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Old 10-09-2008, 01:01 PM   #21
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Like once when I was driving my bonneville wagon home from work in an icestorm. There was about 1/2 inch of smooth, wet ice on the roads. I got the car almost all the way home just recovering from slides and pointing the car at the other side. Finally about a mile from home I knew the ditch was inevitable. I could have delayed it, but I knew I was headed there. I aimed the car at an empty driveway and slid into someone's front yard instead of wrecking the car.



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Old 10-13-2008, 07:04 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by tienquang2 View Post
I have 2 cells installed. But I also have a pwm unit installed and it is set at 10amps max for both cells to share. So I don't think I am consuming too much power from the alternator.
So if you are only consuming 10 amps of power, how are you producing any noticeable amount of HHO through the electro-chemical reaction?

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