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I want to contact any one in and around Adelaide to see how we can help each other in person with generators and electronics and tuning

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At 8:42am on November 16, 2011, gabet123 said…

Your interaction number 4

At 10:52pm on October 4, 2011, Grasack said…

Hi Jason

Have tried that when I was using my hydroxy unit with no effect. My vehicle is a Mitsubishi Pajero TD and I have heard from a guy that installs the LPG to diesels that the Pajero is a B****h to get any good gains of consumption out of.

In some cases removed the units and refunded some clients with this model

I suppose I am looking for less fuel injection without changing any of the other parameters. Am testing MAP adjuster at the moment with small adjustments but I am not to sure if the timing of injection of diesel changes and would it be retarded or advanced as I reduced the vref voltage. Going to see my mechanic in a couple of weeks and see if we can't get something sorted

At 12:06am on October 4, 2011, Jason Albrecht said…
Grasack, Have you tried running your Splitter cell at low amps say 5 or so for a .5L/min output? Be interested to see what happens? Alot of people have had success running at low amps /output with some of the ecu diesels.
At 7:08am on October 1, 2011, Grasack said…

Hi Ozzy

A while ago you mentioned that you had an interceptor to the ECU that reduced the amount of fuel delivered in a diesel

Can you give me any details about this. I am in Melbourne and am not  having much luck with decrease in consumption. I am running a GSC cell and a MAP adjuster. However I am not sure about the map adjuster. By reducing the vref voltage I am not sure if the ecu is changing the injection time and is this detrimental to my engine performance ??

What I need is a less fuel with the same timing, is this what your interceptor does ??

Cheers

At 11:04pm on June 12, 2011, Allan Wells said…
Sorry Ozzy, I should have been more speciffic. My vehical is diesil and I have been told that excess moisture is not good for diesil's. I was not asking where the water went ( that's obvious assumeing no leaks), just commenting that the same thing had happened to me. Removed the bubbler straight away but still wonder why the water disappeared.
At 5:47pm on June 12, 2011, Jason Albrecht said…
Is the tube length from the bubbler to the airintake less than a meter long?
At 5:30am on June 11, 2011, Jason Albrecht said…

Even though fuel has water in it (C8H18+12.5O2=8CO2+9H2O) it will damage your engine eventually. In my experience there could a few things here to think about, without insulting anyones intelligence 1. Is the bubbler (depending on type)installed the correct way round? 2. Is the bubbler height set above the reservoir? 3. Is the length of tubing from the reservoir to the bubbler moe than a meter in length. 4. Is the unit over heating, boiling the water and turning it into steam?

These can all be easily remedied.

At 3:59am on June 11, 2011, Allan Wells said…

Hi there Ozzy, where to I find this?, ( as I had the same thing happen)

I think my diesel is drawing water from a separate bubbler I have on my vehicle to wash the gas before it goes to the engine.

The bubbler sits away from the main unit and the water keeps disappearing. There is no way it can leak out. I only put in about 200 - 250mls of water and after about 500km the water is gone

If the water is going into the motor will it do any damage

At 6:34am on January 2, 2011, Jason Albrecht said…
Hi again oz, i have plenty of koh for you just email me how much u would like, free just pay for freight or i can drop it off to my mates place or yours who lives near you. Having a think about my last response too. Probably a bit harsh considering everything we do here is for the common good and the only way for us all to suceed is through xperimentation like yours. So keep it up buddy. Remember " who dares wins!" Keep up the xperimenting and we will catch up
Jason
At 2:29am on December 31, 2010, Jason Albrecht said…
I have not moved in entirely yet.
Im on mobile at the mo, but i am surprisd you are using anything fir a diesel. Ususually nothing more is required. Thats why i do diesels and not petrol efi. Ti much trouble man. Happy new year cobber
Jason
 
 
 

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