Finally had good driving weather for a CharCar trip on a low-traffic Saturday morning. I drove to Lowes, Walmart, and $Tree in Henderson, the next nearest town to Oxford. The engine did stall at the first stop light, but started OK with an air mixing valve adjustment and ran fine after that. Started fine after each stop of 10 to 20 minutes on residual gas. No gasoline used today. Used water drip, which appeared to have a partial blockage, and used no exhaust gas—system still heating up too fast. Total trip was about an hour and fifteen minutes from start-up to final shut down. Used nearly 9 pounds of charcoal for the 14 mile trip—not very impressive. Next time I’ll use some exhaust and make sure the water is flowing properly. I hope that will do an adequate job of keeping the heat down. I thought the power was good. I think I’m getting 50% of gasoline power—typically 45 mph on up hill grade, 50 on the flat and 60 on the down grade. The new cyclone filter works OK. I’m not sure it is any more effective than the first one, however. Overall, I was pleased.