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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

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Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 17, 2010 at 7:51pm
I could see lower usage of hho for short haul runs with a truck but that low a lpm is suspect and i'd like to see the layout of the unit that they are using and how they are calculating the mpg
Comment by Robert Jarosak on June 17, 2010 at 3:29pm
James. I was part of a group that did some tuning on large chevys. It was almost hard to believe they achieved double MPG on a delivery truk and a suburban with a dry cell set at 6 amps. ~ .35lpm. I'm convinced that large production isn't necessary. It still suprises me that those mason jar fizzelers bring results.
I'm checking my fuel trims today and have set my AIT to be adjustable and will be running it tomorrow.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 17, 2010 at 11:05am
Glad you aregetting results . I am getting now 25 to 26 in town and 40 to 43 on the highway with my unit producing 1 liter of HHO per minute with a map chip designed for my car and a PWM set around 2k hrz width at 80% apx
I am gearing up to install a unit in a 2001 2500 GMC suburban 6 liter 8 cyl and this will need a device that produces about 2 to 3 liters of HHO
Good luck Bob!
Comment by Robert Jarosak on June 17, 2010 at 10:22am
Ok here we go. Results that finally stuck. 2004 6L 2500 surburban.
Sock mpg 14.5 taken to 18.73. ~25+%. .5LPM and a new digital effie from fuel savers mpg. Now to attack the timing
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 14, 2010 at 2:03am
I ve gradually added KOH to the water. First was 2 tablespoons to 1.5.liters of water . this yielded a 10% increase in gas mileage so the next thing was to add more electrolyte after the preliminary testing of of the 2 table spoon amount.
indicated that I would only get 3/4 if a liter output so i added 4 more tablespoons fo KOH and now i am beginning to see more HHO gas coming out of the system about 1 liter I think.........................................
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 9, 2010 at 2:03am
Ifound out that a wire disconnected from the dry cell that why my amp meter read .1 amps (residual from the pulse modulator device).
had to remove the unit but inadvertently broke one of the hose barbs. I have since replaced it and put sealant around the connector should be ready for testing on Wednesday.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 7, 2010 at 10:47am
So far so good I have installed the total system and now am doing road testing I have install 2 switches on to turn the computer chip on or of and the other is to turn the HHO system on or off so I have baselines to compare to. I have noticed a jump in the miles per gallon of from 20 to 25 intown. i believe this is more due to the computer chip rather than the HHO device as right now is is only drawing about 1 to 2 amps because I don't have any electrolyte in the solution yet. When I do get more ampereage draw my concern is how I am going to regulate the hho flow....... but that will be later..obviously not a problem now be continued.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 6, 2010 at 4:40am
reviewed notes and messages and will try to find the fuel pump circuit as previously mentioned. that makes a lot of sense.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 6, 2010 at 4:34am
thanks for the info. I just have to find where i can buy some...... Ive found a place to drill through the firewall and have run the wires for the front switch but still can't connect to the ignition switch. I will just use a direct connect with the switch until I figure out how to connect to the right place ...just have to remember to turn it off.
I ditched the flame arrester as it actually isn't needed in this car. there is a barrier where the sensors are and no flame will get past it. I have my HH0 hose coming into the air cleaner after the filter but before the sensors. if I had put the hose after the sensor thenIi would need the flame arrester. I burned the midnight oil getting this installed. just need to install the MAP CHIP and the on off switch and I will be ready to start testing.
Comment by Tracey Varble on June 5, 2010 at 5:28pm
Hi James,
I wouldn't use baking soda, I would use potassium hydroxide. How much catalyst you put in is going to depend a lot on your generators efficiency. I would start with a small amount, let it run for awhile, then check your amps, add more etc.

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