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Here’s why lean engines don’t run hot

Plenty of myths surround the workings of internal-combustion engines. One is that an engine running lean—meaning too much air is going into the cylinders—tend to run hot. Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained busts that myth in this video. The ideal ratio of gasoline to air for combustion is 14.7:1, meaning 14.7 parts air to one...