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RE: My have things changed

Gasoline has fewer BTU's per unit measure than diesel, so diesel will most always produce more power per gallon Nope. Not the way it works Ben. Nitomethane is the most commonly used powerful motor fuel ever. Look up how many BTU's it has. Yea but the nitro cars are burning close to 5 gallons of it, in a 1000 feet Nope. Try 13 to 15 gallons/ run. And that's my point. It has so little BTU's/gallon it take a lot of fuel to make a run. Wow, everybody bit on that one! The subject was about gasoline and diesel right? Not methane, butane, propane, nitromethane, JP5, solid oxide (since we went down that road) or any other fuel. Nitromethane is just a bit off topic and not germane to the subject. It wasn't hard to understand what BenK stated, "Gasoline has fewer BTU's per unit measure than diesel (any dispute?), so diesel will most always produce more power per gallon." It can be added (than gasoline) for anyone that may have missed it or didn't understand that point. Forgive me if this comes across as "mean spirited" but this definitely took a left turn down the rabbit hole.
E&J push'n wind 04/09/20 11:26pm Tow Vehicles
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