Gm Vehicle Owners


Gm Vehicle Owners

group aimed at gm vehice owners testing hho.

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This is Leo I am a new member to HHO.

Started by leo. Last reply by Robert Ameigh Feb 6, 2011. 1 Reply

Dial in time also

Started by Robert Ameigh Feb 6, 2011. 0 Replies

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Comment by Daniel Donatelli Secure Supplies on July 14, 2014 at 6:26am

Hello , Nice Group, I want to draw your Attention to several things have 

1 Stan Meyer Circuits for Bench top unit wet cell Original Spec with Chokes Done

   www.irondmax.com forum  tellem Dan invited you

2 Fuel Line Live Monitor to 3g along with Engine Vitals live and Cloud Management platform Done and Available. 

3 ECu to unlock the car full potential and android tablet tuning DONE

4 Quality Split gas Cell 24 4 amp runs 24 hrs Done connect to ECU. 

I am Looking to expand Country Dealer /resellers and Installer partner at this time

I invite professionals in Business to contact me directly to discuss. 



Comment by Charles Bratton on August 4, 2011 at 3:18pm
I am new to this group. I built and installed a wet cell system in our 1999 Chevy Cavalier about 3 years ago. I wasn't aware of dry cell systems then. I have a one gallon cell with 6 plates and use distilled water with a pinch of KOH flakes. I am using a PWM adjusted to a 30 percent on time. The system is drawing about 6 amps. Everything about the engine performance has changed. It runs much smoother, feels more powerful, and runs cooler. The car now has a good "feel" when driven.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on July 2, 2011 at 10:37am
just recently removed part of my equipment for maintenance and I still get a 4 mile per gallon lift on the Volo chip
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 12, 2011 at 10:08am
I have a back order of 2 passenger vehicles and one tow truck(7.9 liter diesel engine. This should get interesting
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 12, 2011 at 10:04am
I'm now gearing up to install equipment in Illinois, I have an computer business and I want to add a revenue stream and this is lookig like a good way. Especially with the price of gas being so high. We need to roll with the punches that the economy is giving us.
I have decided to put a larger unit (3 liter) in my car with an OBD read out device
Comment by Robert Jarosak on June 11, 2011 at 10:15pm
Thats beautiful. I'm glad to hear from someone first hand that the Volo product worked
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 11, 2011 at 6:08pm
the electronics was a 60 amp power module with variable frequency to contro the amperage and I used a VoLo performance chip programmed for my buick 2005 la crosse I set it uo so that I could turn it on or off at will inside the car. I used a duel tank setup so that my cell operated at 100 degrees even with full amperage.. I had a closed loop circulatory path from the cell to the first tank and then a feed from the top to the larger tank that is hoigher up in the liquid loop as it dumped gas with electrolyte back into the higher tank. ther is a hose in the bottom of the tank that returned the fluid back to the lower tank for return circulation. My car calculated my gas mileage and gives me continuous infornation on performance.
Comment by Robert Jarosak on June 11, 2011 at 3:26pm

Just curious, what did you use on the electronics?

Also I have cells that are totally different than you accustomed to seeing. The website is evolution hho and its under construction. The demp sight can be seen here http://3213.no1webdesign.net/

Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 11, 2011 at 2:22pm

not many comment this year I have 3 client that want me to install in various vehicles

now that I got my Buick 2005 la crosse going and am gitting a 30% lift in gas mileage. I have determined that the unit I am using  is to small for my car (3.8 liter engine with  fuel injection)and am going to put a 2 to 3 liter per minute drycell replacement and see if i can get even better mileage

Comment by Brian Leonard on September 18, 2010 at 1:39am
hello new to the group.any of yous guys ever experiment with a chevy caprice or any v-8 equipped GM vehicle from about 1994? I think it was the first year for OBDII for that car but not sure about other GM's that year.Also I've got a MAP and MAF sensor (Maf is frequency type).Building the cell is not a problem at all, though I'm wondering what all I'll have to do to adress all the sensors to enhance the cells dirty work.any suggestions would be awesome thanks...

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