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Old 06-09-2008, 04:03 PM   #51
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:14 PM   #52
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:48 PM   #53
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The video is unavailable?

I would love to see a HHO generator that doubled this guys mileage, I have yet to make a decent one in the house let alone the car.
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a little shock

I had a little bit of a shock this morning....fired up my vehicle with the Fuel cell off...(have a kill switch over and above key on). I heard crank, crank, boom! lol! There must have been a hidden hydrogen bubble somewhere in the engine. Blows my mind since the car was off for 10 hours. It sounded like just a bubble or two....I've heard a few bubbles lite off and recognized the sound. I turned it off and it cranked back up immediately. No harm done.

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I've been thinking about that. All the more important to put a bubbler right next to where the intake feeds. I'm thinking it was the gas left in the line from when you turned it off.
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I read that its the steam or water vapour from HHO that turns into super heated steam in the chamber which gives more torque? any truth to that?
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Steam can also allow steam reformation or hydrocracking of some of the gasoline components before they burn also.

Someone made a point above that it's the thermal inefficiency of the engine we're fighting... yes and part of that is the thermal inefficiency of how gasoline burns, it makes a lot of heat and expands relatively poorly. Any way we can alter the input to generate pressure rather than heat is good. Still there are failings in the mechanics of the IC engine that will limit ultimate efficiency, but there's a good margin for improvement.
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bubbler

I have a bubbler. Actually there's a small hose that connects the hard plastic ccv tube to the filterbox and the ccv valve. It split them both...had to replace them. Not a big deal...took 5 minutes. It is amazing that a little of the gas stayed in the line for 8-10 hours. It wasn't much. I now try to turn of the unit about 100 yards before I stop the car.

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One of my local news stations just ran a story on a man in the Charlotte, NC area last week that had put a HHO generator on his Honda and boosted MPG from around 35 to around 70. This man was a retired mechanical engineer.
Finding it very hard to find any sign of this story.

Being in Charlotte I would love to track it down
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The local station in west palm beach, fl added a unit to one of their trucks. They tested it and said they got 12 or so normally....went to 16.87 city. My question is....did the company that installed it add an EFIE. There's more to it then just adding hydro and getting better milege. I don't completely trust the installers yet. They could lean out the engine and you'd not know it until you burn't it up. I run hydrogen so I want it to work!!! I'd like to see the inside of an engine after a lean setup and a hydrogen cell install. About 6 months later.

My oil pressure went up 10 lbs....that seems good.

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Finding it very hard to find any sign of this story.

Being in Charlotte I would love to track it down
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