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You are here: > News > April 18, 2011

MYT Engine on 2001 Ford Focus on Air

Prior to making a major announcement in the coming days, Angel Labs is releasing some archival photos and videos of a 2005 press conference and of a 2001 Ford Focus modified to run on their 14-inch engine in 2004, using air.  That MYT engine had previously run on diesel.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

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Raphial Morgado was rummaging through some old files recently and came across some photos and videos of the Ford Focus he converted to run on his MYT engine, using air. The 14-inch engine had previously ran on diesel fuel.

These archive photos and videos were not intended for publication.  However, given the number of requests that have been received to show a car running on the engine, Raphial decided to allow PESN to release these for the first time.

They drove it up to 65 MPH on air power.

He also passed on to me a video of a 2005 Press Release Video he made, in which he describes the MYT engine, its different components, and attributes. It's the best presentation of the technology that I've seen.  I broke the 21-minute presentation into three parts. (1 | 2 | 3)  

It was intended as a press release, but they decided to not release it given that they didn't have enough patent protection at that time, and they disclosed too much info.  They asked Sacramento Channel 3 who was there to not run with it.  This is the first time it is being released.

The setup near the end of the video is of the air motoring.

Air motoring of the MYTοΏ½ Engine
Air motoring of the MYT™ Engine through 4 ports
Result:814 ft. lb. torque from 150 psi air input

Angel Labs plans to be making a big announcement in the coming days about the present progress of the MYT-6, their six-inch engine technology.


For those of you who might not already be familiar, the Massive Yet Tiny or MYT engine invented by Raphial Morgado of Angel Labs revolutionizes engine efficiency. With 40 times higher power-to-weight ratio, low parts count, low maintenance, high mechanical efficiency, and low pollution, the MYT™ Engine is poised to benefit pretty much any engine application, from ships to small generators. The MYT™ Engine as a pump/compressor also exceeds existing pumps/compressors in providing massive pressure, volume, and flow, all in one unit.

Photos of the 2001 Ford Focus fitted with the MYT engine in 2004

(Click on the images for enlargement.)

Race engine test engineer, Joe Bunetto, inspects the 14-inch MYT engine.

Preparing to put the 14-inch MYT engine in the car.

Emptied engine chamber.

The 4 cylinder stock engine removed.

The 14-inch MYT engine takes the place of the stock engine.

Jin Kim, with Raphial Morgado

Joe Bunetto joins Jin Kim and Raphial.

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This story is also published at BeforeItsNews.

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