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Originally Posted by RarlyL8 View Post
The specific gravity of water is 1.000 g/ml. The specific gravity of unleaded gasoline is 0.739 g/ml. Picky point I know but noteworthy.
Not picky at all, Brian.

I remembered water's density to be 1 metric tonne per metre cubed, and that oil floats on water (i.e. is less dense). But didn't have the exact figures, so let is pass.

However, relative masses were all that was necessary for Stu's fine work on Cylinder Fuelling ratios.
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