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Re: Ford 9N Holley vapouriser

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TheOldHokie

06-11-2020 04:08:57




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You have a collector's item there. It's a dual fuel system. In a nutshell the vaporizor uses exhaust manifold heat to preheat kerosene prior to induction into the engine. The engine has to be started on gasoline and run up to temperature before the fuel supply is switched over to kerosene. On shutdown the fuel is again switched back to gasoline to purge the intake of kerosene in preparation for the next cold start. A more complete description and history can be found with a Google search for "Tractor Vaporizing Oil". You can also find some documentation for the 8NAN in the manuals library over on the N Tractor Club site.

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FLOLDFORD

06-11-2020 16:21:59




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 Re: Ford 9N Holley vapouriser in reply to TheOldHokie, 06-11-2020 04:08:57  
Did you notice it also has a magneto.



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Big Mac T20

06-11-2020 05:36:28




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 Re: Ford 9N Holley vapouriser in reply to TheOldHokie, 06-11-2020 04:08:57  
Thanks for the reply. Iím in the uk and not allot of information is out there for them and not allot of people know how to work them so on a learning curve!



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