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Old 07-04-2011, 11:02 AM   #1
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I have been on the mailing list for some time and because other things came up I never got around to trying to meet someone using the kits, much less just buying and installing one to see if it would work.

So, anybody know about them and anybody, anywhere in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area I can meet and see your system?

Here's the link:
http://www.hhokitsdirect.com/JULY4THsale.php
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Can't help you with most of those things, but I looked at the website, and I'd say those are not the worst cells on the market. The price seems a little high though. Also they sell sodium hydroxide and no potassium hydroxide, which to me, suggests they don't really know what they are doing.
Also they don't say anything about how much power these units draw for the given out-put. In fact in the one vid I bothered to watch they implied it was making more than the theoretical maximum, though there testing was crude at best.

To sum things up, I wouldn't give them my money, but there product seems well made, and at lest relatively efficient. You could do much worse....

Though if you think about it $500 for the smallest one. That's roughly 120gal of gas. It's not going to improve millage by enough to pay for it's self for many years, in which time it will need maintenance, and you may kill your alternator... and that's if it improves mileage. I'm not saying it will not improve things (as many people do), it just wont by much.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:11 PM   #3
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Thanks. I do need an alternator fund
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:40 PM   #4
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Thanks. I do need an alternator fund
Ha Ha Ha, I hope not. Many of the nuts who are really into playing with HHO put in huge aftermarket alternators. So if you were to kill yours, there are better than stock replacements.
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That is a great suggestion about upgrading your alternator. The book that came with my kit highly reccomends upgrading to a brushless high output alternator for hybrid applications. I am 100% hho though so I just have a bank of batteries and fill up at the wall socket instead of the gas station and the original alternator just powers lights, etc.
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