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Old 06-21-2008, 05:42 AM   #11
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people are working towards designs to make there own there is nothing that cant be engineered,

i have been trying alsorts of things, you name it iv had it in water with 12v running through it,

i found out you also benefit from having PMW running the unit even if its just a 555 timer and a verable pot you will fined at certen pulse times the production is the same. this allows you to tune the cell by finding the best pulse rate for production and maby half the time the cell is powered. this saves you energy and heat.

from the 555 use a mois-feet to do the switching or use a relay because you will not be able to pull the amps through the ic without pooping it,

Russ . .

I also have information on my HH-O Forums
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Old 10-12-2008, 01:02 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by DrivenByNothing View Post
Personally, I don't believe that the small scale HHO stuff will work, but you guys might find the following interesting b/c it's also from S. FL.

You don't have to try something to understand that it works. I've seen facts on the news and all over the Internet, that running a car on water IS possible. Even that I haven't tried doing it, it doesn't mean that it's impossible.

Many sites of car auctions :

You can truly get better mileage......
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