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Jan
09

Amazing New Motor -The MYT Engine- 150 miles per gallon

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  1. stevenmiller279 says:

    It seems like the fact that it would produce 800 some ftlb torque at above idle could be a serious is to try to keep the vehicle stopped at a light

  2. sglenna says:

    Tho Only thing he has made at this point is an air motor. Notice you can not find this motor actually running on fuel in a vehicle. If you fired up this motor on fuel it would melt because the cooling system is not designed yet, and if it was would double the size of the motor if you could actualy keep it cool. I don’t see why an incompletely designed moter that hasn’t even been demonstrated in a vehicle is a revolution. and why would 5 to 10% friction savings be a revolution.

  3. pieface1726 says:

    i had to hear about this on a (not even 1000 views) youtube video, this is a revolution but how much do you want to bet that this will never make it big… it really makes it all stupidly pointless… fucking fuel companies…

  4. flyguy75140 says:

    This is a total engine revolution. No need to change the fuel infrastructure, just the propulsion device. It is time we sqeeze back the SOBs that have been sqeezing us. The time is right for this engine because fuel prices will go back up eventually. Through greed or taxation.
    Raphial had better be carefull, something tells me he will not be so popular with some people, companies or countries that have a lot to loose.

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