Could One Use WD-40 for Gas Mix?

inspectorcritic

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For a fuel cut back its a lubricant and I believe it is flammable so that would take care of any black oil drops from the exhaust might increase power 2 fuels burning at same time vs oil inhibiting.
 
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darwin

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WD stands for water displacement. It isn't a good lubricant even. Makes a good cleaner for tar on cars, black asphalt and removing sticky leftovers from stickers.
 

Spare_Parts

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Wd40 makes soot when it burns. It will leave plenty of black oily spots when overheat, melt the seals and seize the engine.

Take pics or video when you do it.
 

JunkyardDog

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WD-40 is a lubricant to a point. It is slippery, and stays that way for a while if it doesn't get washed off. I have used it for mounting tires when I didn't have anything else. But it will not work in an engine.
 
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