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    I thought your Uncle B__ invented BBQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    in a NA 2 stroke its all about the reverse pulse I thought?
    Who cares about reverse pulse in a 4 stroke as the piston pushes the gas out?
    There is this thing, valve overlap that if corrected for correctly with the proper exhaust system aids in cylinder filling. But I digress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    I thought your Uncle B__ invented BBQ
    Well yes , that too .... Uncle BBQ


    What did you think Uncle B_ _ meant .. ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Insane-o View Post
    There is this thing, valve overlap that if corrected for correctly with the proper exhaust system aids in cylinder filling. But I digress.
    by scavenging not by stuffing charge back in, I assume you mean?
    Like a bbq, good scvenging good to start with 4 stroke
    if you want a smoker you need to stuff it back in 2 stroke
    Last edited by powerabout; 12-17-2017 at 07:19 PM.

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    Power , I realize that sometimes there is a language barrier that has you post things which seem way out in left field . But I can honestly say , you have never been at such a loss for words that you had to resort to the 4th grade playground to try to communicate ...
    Can you guess the identities of the other two technical misfits ....


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    I was just going with the bbq theme....

    so a good 2 stroke exhaust makes power by scavenging or by the reverse pulse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    I was just going with the bbq theme....
    LOL ... OK brother , fair enough ..

    so a good 2 stroke exhaust makes power by scavenging or by the reverse pulse?
    You'll have to define "good 2 stroke" ...

    It's application , fuel type .. etc .

    Back on post # 85 I wrote ( asked with a question mark ) Reverse ?

    And then If that meant Positive or negative to you ??? You never answered .

    Nor did you answer how the farmer kept the pressure the same at both sprinklers . Nor did you cover which will spray first and why in your response in post # 88 .

    Quite honestly , I think most people get caught up in exactly what " a returning negative wave" actually means . Somehow get stuck thinking it is the same as a "positive wave" and bog down multiple threads .
    I've tried for months ... not really willing to stay tech-locked with those that can't figure out which way the wind blows ...

    Chaz = thinking ..........

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    I'm talking outboards so its megaphone exhaust and not expansion chambers

    Positive is exhaust out
    Negative is reflected wave back into the cylinder

    Post 88 I said the farmer has to maintain the same pressure at each sprinkler to ensure spray is the same
    Which will spray first will depend on the pressure created by the line resistance at the volume being sent down it versus the pressure required to make the sprinkler spray so could be either depending on the size/resistance of that connecting pipe

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    Well Well??? I see Im being mentioned here without my knowledge??? Sense my Internet server has been completely down for over two weeks I had to rely on my Phone for everything. Which deterred me greatly, Plus I had over 40 Custom Yeti Tumblers to powdercoat before Christmas and no two were alike so doing them in bulk was out of the question.

    Now to focus on some of the previous comments
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    HUM??? maybe that's why I cant get something Fabricated??? I provided a detailed drawing with precise measurements!!! NOTE to self. Use a paper napkin next time

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    I remember when you were making headers working off a napkin drawing from Flanigans and when the pipes wouldnt line up you realized it was a rice, bean and BBQ stain. Good Times
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    Yea wasn't that the truth until that package arrived the other day. Then all of a sudden you start communicating with me in a normal way again

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    Im only talking to uncle bud in memes and gifs so it makes it very hard to communicate
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    Yea Good suggestion Charlie!!! Ill throw Mikeys up on the mill table and hand drill them. With Uncle Buds calibrated eye balls no Jig needed

    QUOTE=Chaz;3007184]I almost forgot , check and see if Uncle Bud has any he needs done , you can stop to pick his up and then do them all of them at once .. [/QUOTE]
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    If that were true Bro my internet wouldn't have been down for two weeks straight. And We both would be filthy rich living in the south of France. Then Mikey and Daddy George could come visit. Fullers Marine could close and Mikey wouldn't have his beloved Injector machine to sit in front of two days a week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Good morning dad ....

    I'd love to take credit for that , but if family history serves me correctly .........>
    It was my Uncle B_ _ who was instrumental in that development ..
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    HUM??? Well Im still waiting? Maybe that's why we aren't living in the south of France
    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Then Uncle _ _ _ must have helped himself to my royalty checks as well ...
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    Now Mikey you know that's only partially true. I sent you a picture of Sonny Tillman (Founder of Your beloved Sonnys BBQ) Helping my Dad at our annual BBQ. So It was my Dad that invented BBQ and taught Sonny and me everything we know. Except I mastered the Dry Rub and sauces. Sonny went to the Dark side, started making a Catsup based sauce and catered to the Tourist when he relocated to Gainesville Fla back in 1968 and opened the first Sonnys BBQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    I thought your Uncle B__ invented BBQ
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