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I'm interested in the Vortex and Venturi as it effects the internal combustion engine. I have seen some pictures and diagrams of a Venturi, and it looks like a longer tube, not necessarily a narrower funnel, which I thought it was. The Vortex + a Venturi seems to move gaseous air from one container to another much faster, is that right? How can they work together more efficiently?
Re: What is the difference of Vortex and Venturi effect?
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