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Old 07-11-2008, 06:55 PM   #1
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i've heard some talk of a device that converts any vehicle into a water burning hybrid anyone know if this is a legit device or a total con?
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dep1006, your first post has to be about hho? I'm not sure if I should welcome you or put on my spam-resistant suit.
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i've heard some talk of a device that converts any vehicle into a water burning hybrid anyone know if this is a legit device or a total con?
sl8 a coworker brought the subject up today i thought i would do a little research before spending hard earned cash on a scam gone wild
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My dad just received the kit today. I'll let you know if there is a significant boost in fuel efficiency if and when he ever gets it installed into one of his vehicles. And, no, I'm not a spammer.
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sl8 a coworker brought the subject up today i thought i would do a little research before spending hard earned cash on a scam gone wild
Nothing wrong with curiosity...If that's truly the case, then WELCOME!!

But you have to understand, red flags tend to be automatically raised here when a new member brings up hho on their 1st post.
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Question Need help on sensor issue

Hi all,

I work 55 miles from where I live and need some help. I need to know how to lower an air fuel sensor signal to lean up the mix. I have a wideband, not a narrowband sensor. I suspect I need a pot hooked up to the signal line, but how much resistance and how do I know when I am as low as I should go? Also, does anyone know which wire is the signal wire out of the 3 wires in the harness?

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Old 07-13-2008, 10:34 PM   #7
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The people that know HHO don't collect here on GasSavers. Try OUPower or OverUnity.
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