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Old 03-21-2008, 09:07 AM   #1
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Hello, everyone,

I am wondering if anyone here has actually constructed an hho generator-system such as the one described in the manual found at runyourcaronwater.com. I am considering doing so myself, primarily for my Yaris, but I have a number of questions about it.

Any real-world experience?

I just bought the manual, myself. I have about an hour and a half into reading it; I didn't know I would be required to build the entire system from scratch! Holy Cow
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Old 03-23-2008, 10:53 AM   #3
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and you will find a great deal of experimental and factual advive.
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I've built a few, but never for use in a car, same with some friends of mine, one friend even bought a swiss made unit for running a hydrogen torch, it worked pretty well, other then it drew ALOT of electricity, it kept tripping a 15amp 120v breaker (1,800 watts, over two horse power) and would produce a nice little flame, focus that flame at coral, and it would produce an awesome pale green light, not enough hydrogen to run a lawn mower engine by any means, I've seen lawn mower engines run off hydrogen, and it works, but you go thru alot of hydrogen, and it's cheaper to buy the stuff by the tank full then to make it your self.
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Hello, everyone,

I am wondering if anyone here has actually constructed an hho generator-system such as the one described in the manual found at runyourcaronwater.com. I am considering doing so myself, primarily for my Yaris, but I have a number of questions about it.

Any real-world experience?

I just bought the manual, myself. I have about an hour and a half into reading it; I didn't know I would be required to build the entire system from scratch! Holy Cow
Seems like a fairly advanced system with the electronics. Building it yourself probably beats the cost of the HAFC system. Some fools like myself...design their own generators and then build them...with detailed plans you are way ahead.

The water4gas ebooks cost $97. You can possibly buy the already made parts of their system for maybe $400 with installation.

Some real world info:

http://flapdoodledinghy.com/HHO_generator.html
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Once you build the HHO generator (or while you're building it) you can get support from the three active groups mentioned near the bottom of this page.

http://www.hydrogen-gas-savers.com/water-car-groups.htm

These seem to be the main groups I can find of DIYers.
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Very interesting reading with some good results...some not believable?

http://www.fuel-saver.org/Forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=15
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