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Old 11-30-2021, 10:08 AM   #1
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hello from california

Hello, i found this site while searching around for research or products around hho injection on gas vehicles. anybody have anything on this? the most common debunking claim it seams is that the current load of the electrolizer on the alternator makes the whole system inefficient, which is what like 10 amps? which is the example i saw on one of the kits. thats like a pair of extra offroad lights, it would seem like the supplemented combustion from the hho would more than cover any extra alternator load, but real testing trumps theory so if anyone has something to help me out with, its much appreciated.
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Don't know anything about that I'm afraid but welcome to the forum and good luck with your research.
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Welcome! That sounds like an interesting theory. Hope you can share more info
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10 amps sounds high for a set of lights. You might want a 10 amp circuit, because you don't want the draw near the fuses burn out point. I'm seeing less than 5 amps for offroad lights.

The electrolyzer would draw 10 amps all the the time, which would be 120 volts. It would need a 15 or 20 amp circuit. At that size, I don't see it making enough gas to have an affect.

Hydrogen injection has been shown to clean up diesel emissions, maybe improve overall fuel efficiency, but those systems carried tanks of hydrogen, not make it onboard.
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