The amazing six-stroke engine that runs on gas and water

Bruce Crower has devised a hybrid engine which runs on gasoline and distilled water.  Four strokes are for gas, the other two are for steam.  The beauty of it is it eliminates the need for a liquid cooling system, as the water cools the engine from the inside out during its expansion phase.  This internal cooling also allows for increased compression ratios with regular-octane fuel.  Brilliant!

Six-stroke engine on Autoweek

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