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bubbler concern
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bubbler concern
Hi
Can the water from the bubbler get sucked into the engine?

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07-08-2008 09:33 PM
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RE: bubbler concern
If your bubbler is designed properly, that is the inlet line is all the way to the bottom, the jar or container is max half full of water, and the outlet line is right at the top of the jar, it is physically impossible for the water to defy gravity and enter the outlet line. If the bubbler fills with water, well then you would have a problem. Otherwise, no, water cannot be sucked out of the bubbler. As gas is sucked out, gas is sucked in. Gravity works!
I suppose if you do some 4-wheelin' out on the back roads and the water gets to sloshing around, there might be some splashing up to the outlet.
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07-08-2008 10:33 PM
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RE: bubbler concern
Hi ser456123,

I agree with Sidco7 about gravity but it also matters the way you setup your system. I've heard of others connecting the Gen output to the vacuum, which sucks the mix in like crazy. If its hooked into the air intake, water won't be sucked in but, like in my case, I'm producing lots of foam and the foam is going through the tube and into the air intake. I'm working on that now.

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07-09-2008 08:50 AM
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RE: bubbler concern
(07-09-2008 08:50 AM)skiers4ever Wrote:  Hi ser456123,

I agree with Sidco7 about gravity but it also matters the way you setup your system. I've heard of others connecting the Gen output to the vacuum, which sucks the mix in like crazy. If its hooked into the air intake, water won't be sucked in but, like in my case, I'm producing lots of foam and the foam is going through the tube and into the air intake. I'm working on that now.

Good luck!
John

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08-29-2011 10:05 PM
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RE: bubbler concern
The concern is the operation of the water torch in freezing weather.

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09-09-2011 08:46 PM
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