Lloyd Yost and Charles Jahnke, assignors to Fairbanks-Morse, were awarded patent no. 1,096,585 on May 12, 1914. Their invention is a fuel injection system for oil engines, said to maintain a constant combustion chamber temperature, thus providing consiste
Governing parts exposed on a Model EK engine.
A simple fuel pump consisting of a body, plunger, two check balls and a return spring
A Hercules engine with different operating parts, but with the same governor bracket, weights, spindle and shaft as the hit-and-miss.