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Old 08-27-2008, 04:43 AM   #1
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Bluwave hydrogen hybrid

Hi guys,

I was talking to my dad yesterday and he told be about this company that makes a hydrogen system that uses electrosys to seperate water into HHO and then put it into your intake and its supposed to increase FE 30%
here is the website im still researching i just wanted to get your guys take on it. I think it is pretty cool
http://bluwavehybrid.com/


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Old 08-27-2008, 08:24 AM   #2
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Well I'm always very skeptical of this kind of stuff, but this seems to be the most legit I've seen. They have a phone number, business hours, and a physical location. They mention using an EFIE on modern fuel injected engines. No record with the BBB though, so they must be fairly new. Doesn't mean the product is necessarily what they claim, but it does look interesting.
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Old 08-27-2008, 08:31 AM   #3
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yeah that exactly what i thought i emailed them i might become a distributor ill keep everyone posted on how it works
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Old 08-31-2008, 10:50 PM   #4
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Hmm skeptical too

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company that makes a hydrogen system that uses electrosys to seperate water into HHO and then put it into your intake and its supposed to increase FE 30%
Sounds like they might be on to something. Maybe they'd better patent their invention before everyone starts copying them.
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Old 09-01-2008, 04:48 AM   #5
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Sounds like they might be on to something. Maybe they'd better patent their invention before everyone starts copying them.
I am getting 30% increase with hydrogen. There is nothing for sale; just help yourself to whatever suits you as long as you don't claim credit for my work.
http://flapdoodledinghy.com/HHO_generator.html
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Old 09-04-2008, 03:33 AM   #7
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I am getting 30% increase with hydrogen. There is nothing for sale; just help yourself to whatever suits you as long as you don't claim credit for my work.
http://flapdoodledinghy.com/HHO_generator.html
I thought your gain was from methanol injection? Have you stopped updating your webpages?
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I thought your gain was from methanol injection? Have you stopped updating your webpages?
I have to use both to avoid retarding the timing as others have done. No point in "updating" the website as you put it; I am very pleased with the results, and that part of the project is completed.

Anyhow, I was responding to the suggestion that Blue Ray patent their method, (which is the topic of this thread). That's fine, but with a little digging in this forum you can find plenty that will give you 30% increase in FE and much more.

Perhaps I should point out that my 33 yo, 460 ci, 19.5 foot long, 5900 pound luxury car is a worst case scenario. Thirteen miles to the gallon in town has me elated.

On a sad note, after many days of oil price drop, the local stations raised their gas price 15 cents overnight. There may be no way to win.
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Old 09-05-2008, 06:35 AM   #9
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Yeah i have contacted bluwave and they never responded so i plan on building my own. I really like you design. do you have ant schematics you could send like that are a little more indepth than what i found on your page??
I am planning on experimenting this weekend just to see how much HHO i can produce.. so if you have any tips for producing more i am open to suggestions.
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