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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

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Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 5, 2010 at 10:23am
I've now put the devices in the car and am having trouble finding a connection to have the key turn on access the unit (I have a toggle switch)right before the relay. I'm temporarily just mounting everything but the reservoir in front of the radiator I am not going to mess with trying to drill through the firewall right now because of fear of hitting a cable and creating a real problem for my self. I am subscribing to mitchell1 for a week then I can determine where in the firewall I can drill. they have a 10.00 7 day subscription that would be useful for this
project...so fare so good. now I just have to figure how much backing soda to use as the total volume of the water circulation is about 1/2 gallon.
Comment by Mark Ringen on June 2, 2010 at 9:56pm
I've found with many GM cars locating the cell behind the grill or bumper is the only area that you have. I would not recomend a trunk mount as the HHO recombines over a long length of run. If you have a gravity fed cell, the highest hieght of the resevior is very important. For a safe install, make sure your relay is trigered by the fuel pump cirquit. Depending on your Electrolyte, you may not even need a bubbler. Let me know when you are ready to tune. I have several procedures that work well on GM's. 13mpg to 25mpg so far on my personal vehicle.
Comment by James b Liggett Sr on June 2, 2010 at 9:51am
am currently modifying a Buick 2005 La Crosse for HHo and am finding it a very tight squeeze to install. ive assemble the dry cell and the bubbler and am getting ready to put it in the car.
Comment by Mark Ringen on April 13, 2010 at 3:19pm
98 Siverado, 7.4 ltr, 4.80v map adj., 11 plate cell, EES electrolyte, HP Tuner w/ my programing, needs more HHO, I am presently building new cell. Also will be adding an Intercharger.
Comment by manuel duh1 on February 15, 2010 at 12:09am
By chance dose any one have a silverado that they are using hho.

mv
Comment by Christer Dirfeldt on August 30, 2009 at 5:36am
Ok. This is the latest finding we have find out, skysabre, bob ace, and I:
Just use 2-5 amps on the HHO cell, preferable brick cell with 7 plates in series, make two venturies place them inside the intake hoses. Connect one to the HHO cell. Connect other to the lid of the washer fluid container through a hose, just drill a bit smaller hole and push the hose in a little bit.

Thats it! Try that first, then perhaps make a bottle water vaporizer. Look at my pictures, or check my video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M38GWfMUvg4. That will give more water.
Comment by William Sagert on August 22, 2008 at 11:23pm
I am just getting started on my first HHO install in my 2006 HHR with a 2.2L engine. Any suggestions or recommendations.
 

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