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i_beat_it_in 06-28-2008 01:24 AM

hho build--ss plates or coil A.S.A.P please cant wait
 
i've seen coils (of wire) and s.s. plates. A best option (by your opinon of course)

:) please help uncle thinks hho is b.s b.t.w works at a power plant. and LOVE to prove him wrong ;) thanks all and gl AND SAFETY FOR ALL !!

GasSavers_RoadWarrior 06-28-2008 04:08 AM

Think surface area. Look at the designs you're considering and figure out which one has more surface area, it should be the one that does much better straight off.

Ford Man 06-28-2008 03:08 PM

I"ve heard that the units made with wire don't hold up as long and they also say that units made from pipe produce more hydrogen.

gabet123 06-28-2008 06:45 PM

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Originally Posted by i_beat_it_in (Post 108488)
i've seen coils (of wire) and s.s. plates. A best option (by your opinon of course)

:) please help uncle thinks hho is b.s b.t.w works at a power plant. and LOVE to prove him wrong ;) thanks all and gl AND SAFETY FOR ALL !!

Come join us on HHO INFO we would love to help you prove him wrong.

Ford Man 06-30-2008 03:18 PM

After making my last post I have found out that Water4Gas specs calls for 316 SS wire. From all the information I can find you need to use an EFIE on any OBD system cars. There are 2 types of these one is for the oxygen sensor and the other is for the MAP or MAF sensor. I don't know whether both are needed or not. I am currently experimenting with a 5 plate generator, but haven't hooked it up to the car yet.


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