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Old 09-04-2003, 19:32   #1 (permalink)
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My name is Justin Geer I have a revolutionary patent pending device(s) that will CONTROL AND ALLOW valves in an internal combustion engine to open without cams but with electromechanical valves, via an electrical signal. Please visit my website.YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. This is the future for internal combustion engines. The site is easy to manuever and is very comprehensible. Please pass the link. The sooner this gets to production, the sooner society will benefit from its technology.Any help to connect to the manucturer is appreciated.Thank you for your time.Sincerely Justin Geer.
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I'm a bit of a skeptic - I'd have to see it operating first. It sounds good in theory.
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Old 09-04-2003, 19:54   #3 (permalink)
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Sounds fantastic in theory mate but have any of these even been built?

Have you built a test engine and run it to death to find out how reliable they are?

I don't mean to be nasty, but claiming this is the future of the internal combution engine without even a picture of a one is a bit much.

Plus your post reminds me too much of a SPAM email.
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Old 09-04-2003, 20:22   #4 (permalink)
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Go to Sturman industries and look at their valves, they are accurate and have achieved at least 10,000 rpms. www.sturmanindustries.com. My technology sends a real time signal, and is simple.What is there to be worried about all parts of the system have already been near perfection . my device links them together better than any other. Think of the most important components in the system, the valves themselves, the vehicle computer(cost effective),and the crankshaft. And my device(s) provide a way to tye them together in real time. Research a little on camless technology and see what's out there, in my opinoin it is not much.It is still new in many peoples minds.
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Re: camless technology

Sounds like a great concept to me.
F1's use pneumatic operated valves.

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It sounds very good mate, but I'd really need to see a few endurance tests to show how long the actuators last - if one sticks open, bye-bye motor!
But yeah, sounds very good and if I had the money I'd look at buying a setup
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Re: camless technology

this is not a new idea. it eludes me now but i have read about this very kind of thing before. when i remember i'll post it.

call me a skeptic but if it's so good, how come it isnt commercially in use already?

i'm of the opinion that the only reason you havent made a million yet is because you're still trying to find someone to hand some money over so you can do it? vehicle manufacturer's have that kind of money and imo if they thought it were viable they'd tackle it.

i hope for your sake that i'm wrong and your project goes well.

any chances of seeing it work? seeing pics? even a prototype?
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I remember hearing about a lotus built engine using these types of valves, Seemed to work well i heard but they only built a single cylinder engine.
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Re: camless technology

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Sounds like a great concept to me.
F1's use pneumatic operated valves.
i think they still have cams, but use pneumatics instead of valvesprings to close the valves again.

camless engines would be excellent - imagine infinitely variable valve timing? that would give you unbelieveable torque production from idle to redline - and a power curve to match.

i cant wait till it does come out in cars, but just imagine the programming involved!
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