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March 3, 1977 (42)
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Charleston, WV
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Boilermakers Local #667

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Yep, it's based on the design of the NOS fan spray nozzle. I'd seriously considered installing it in a piece of 2.25" pipe and connecting the blower side of the shop vac to see how it looked spraying into an airstream, but it was dark when I tested it and I figured it might be a good idea to try something like that outside. I could imagine disasterous results inside the garage from the atomized fuel coming in contact with a spark from the brushes in the shop vac motor. The weather is supposed to be nice over the next few days, so I might give it a shot.
If you're interested, the discussion that led to the homemade nozzle and a few more pics are here.
http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11896
The homemade nozzle idea comes in around post #11 and the project takes off from there.
Thanks,