Re: airplane fuel question

From:         Doug Moss <75500.2007@CompuServe.COM>
Organization: CompuServe, Inc. (1-800-689-0736)
Date:         08 Aug 95 02:14:41 
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Ziggy:

You lose.  Jet fuel is your basic kerosene.  Some have icing
inhibitors to allow its operation to around -40C.  But, its VERY
LOW octane kerosene that wouldn't even come close to working in a
conventional automobile with an Otto engine.

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Doug Moss
75500.2007@compuserve.com