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Started this discussion. Last reply by Christer Dirfeldt Aug 6, 2010. 13 Replies

Has anyone tried any gasoline fuel heater?Some like this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhmBNY19M_0I want to try it, but I want to know if…Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike L. Jul 6, 2010. 3 Replies

I have a question.What happends with KOH when the water is running out?Is there a kind of residue of Potasium?How I should re-fil the reservoir, adding just water or adding water with KOH?Continue


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I want to run my car on water. Ford Bronco II 1988 Engine V6, 2.9L Gasoline.

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At 10:04pm on June 10, 2010, skysabre said…
I suggest start with 2grams in your 800ml water and measure the actual current draw. Then keep increasing until you reach 5 amperes. That's only for a start. You'll have to find the best current for your vehicle by experimenting. There is a sweet spot beyond or below which, you won't get much; and if you don't get any gains at all, then it's time to look at electronics enhancers. I hope you get the gains without any fancy add-ons.
At 7:40pm on June 9, 2010, skysabre said…
100mg of NaOH in 800 ml water translates to 0.125g/L of water. Have you measured how much current you get? I don't expect much production out of that with the low NaOH.

The browning could be due to some factors other than the 304SS. It could be due to the water you are using. Some brands of distilled water are not really pure, so the impurities there get "cooked" in the process.

You could try using another brand of distilled water. If it continues to be brown, then maybe the type of SS plate you are using may not be a real 304. I've experienced that too. The next thing to try is to add one more plate for each cell and go for 5 neutrals. Then you can increase your NaOH.

Best of luck to you!
At 7:06pm on May 31, 2010, skysabre said…
I am using NaOH. Still a bit hesitant about using vinegar because of the sludge that forms. Back to neutral plates: if you live in a very cold place, you can use 6 neutral plates, then maximize the electrolyte so that freezing can be avoided. Lee Hazelton has tried this, and recommends this for winter use.
At 7:22pm on May 26, 2010, skysabre said…
I use a 13 plate cell, which is 5 neutrals and 2 cells. The reason for this is to lessen plate corrosion, and increase the working life of your cell. Over here in the Philippines, the 316L SS is not always available, compared to the 304L SS. Using 5 neutrals has a disadvantage in that you need more lye than with 4 neutrals. So you need to wash your bubbler more often.

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