Before I get flamed for this, I am not running a gasoline engine directly with normal fuel oil or veg oil- I made a gasifier. My gasifier is lame at the moment, but is just for testing purposes. It consists of a small fuel reservoir, suspended several feet up, then it flows down through about 50 ft of steel tubing which sits inside a stove that is red hot. The tubing itself also gets red hot. After the stove, the tubing comes out, and has a cooldown phase, with 5 feet coiled in a bucket of water. After that, the tube goes into the air intake of my little 4 stroke gasoline engine. I currently have no throttle, just as much oil drips down the tube. My QUESTION is, how strong is gasified oil? I have talked to people who have built wood gasifiers, and say to use 50% wood gas and 50% fresh air for the stoic mixture, but my engine seems to run far, far leaner than 50% "oil gas". PS If I get past this, I have a v8 chevy truck just begging for some nerdy modding.