BarryB do not feel so Canadian alone in doing this.
Dustin Moore Thunder bay ONT
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Both of these guys do have relevant topics set up also in the General Topics sections.
Other active Canadians too in the tractors and small engines areas.
Ha! Frozen condensate will be frozen condensate regardless of the system size! Gas flow water traps happen to all of us!
The next is my opinion from observed experiences:
most intake manifold "sooting’ is not from the produced gasses supply. But from in-manifold a small amount of CO fuel gas reversion to pure carbon soot particles and CO2. This soot is like lamp carbon black. Very low mass, but bulky and fluffy until compacted. Like dry snow becoming later compacted and late season evolving into dense ice-cone-like ice balls.
The Scandinavian learned gas reheating (AND engine primary air pre-heating!) prevents this CO to CO2 reversion. The “can’t” happen explanation form me for the energy that would be needed to do this is rough handing of the air-gas mix with too many shear edges and direction changes in the mixer systems.
My explanation for this is wildly disputed by the maths&science&formal educated engineering guys. “Impossible! Steve Unruh”
I live by see-do. Seen-done. Explain later: as needed.