- Jun 23, 2015
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A gasoline engine works by mixing air(with oxygen in it) with gasoline in a ratio of 14.7 to 1, this is a weight ratio, so 14.7grams of air to 1 gram of gasoline, or 14.7 pounds of air with 1 pound of gasoline.Okay, I have a 1986 ford ranger with a 2.0 in line 4 and I was looking for a little extra. I wanted to get a 4 barrel manifold and carborator for it but I haven't had any luck at all. I was just wondering if anyone has any information on this. Or any alternatives to my speed deficiency problem .. any input is appreciated and keep in mind I'm in high school working construction so there's not a whole lot of money that I can afford to dump into this... thanks guys and girls!