Aha yes, the lp theory, Im working on that one right now on my hd800 powered massey 95. There again good octaine figures, but less btu's than race gas. Why is it that moline could make more horse power on lp than gasoline when all there competitors made less power? One theroy is that moline had High compresion heads and the others didnt. I guess that guy never saw a 450 farmall propaine head? Im not sure but I beleve most of the other companys used the same heads but high compresion pistons. Question still being why did MM make more power on LP than gasoline when the others couldent?
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