I ordered one from cruchfield for 89 bucks forgot the name right off but had good reviews and had all the same features as the scan gauge. I have a PWM and a volo chip for controls. my unit can produce up to 3lpm but in the car i can only go up to about 20 amps before my connections get hot ( they crappy) i dont want to use an efie right now because i dont want to run my car lean by mistake and i want to see if the hho actually makes a diff or not first. I also reset the chip wrong i belive last time ause i did the ecu and chip at the same time was also running 10 amps instead of 5 amps might of made a differance. So i unhooked everything awating the gauge and going to start from scatch and redo the testing. Sucks wast 3ooo miles of testing but accuracy is important
Sorry I haven't been in here in so long. I have been very busy with my new designs, plus S&H of the same.
I did complete the new "electrolyzer", and tested it out. It's just about the (little less) width of a qt. Mason jar, and approx. 3" taller. It was (and I say was) turning out approx. 2+ LPM of hydroxy, but I got one of my "flashes", and realized that with a couple of modifications, I could separate the oxy from the hydrogen and put the oxy back into the atmosphere, so, I've cut it open to make the changes.
So, that's where I am right now. Waiting for some parts to be returned from a welding shop. I've been waiting for a week now, but have been promised them by Monday. If you check out my site, a6pack2go.com, you will find my phone numbers. You're welcome to call if you want. I'm always happy to answer questions and exchange theories with friends.
Sorry for not contacting you, my day job has been keeping me overly busy. Haven't heard of anyone specifically doing HHO installs locally. As far as Purcell Tires I can't speak for this shop but in my experience most typical garages/tire shops are not always the most qualified to install accessories in vehicles. They are experienced at repairing vehicles, lube changes and changing tires. I would look to automotive electronics businesses like stereo and alarm shops. Most should be more than qualified for this type of install and any good shop will do a nice, clean installation. They will also have many installation accessories that many typical garages will not stock.
With that said, I do all my own installations and have for years. I have owned a automotive electronics company for years selling and installing all types of mobile electronics and accessories. I closed several shops a few years ago to pursue other interests. If you have systems that you need installed I would be happy to give you a quote. For the time being I would be available most evenings and weekends for this type of work.
Hi Robert, Yes, my current test vehicle is my 94 Toyota p/u. More vehicles to follow when I get revision 2 of my generator done. You really can't get any useful data from a narrow band AFR/o2 gauge using a stock O2 sensor. If you are going to adjust any sensors just do the EFIE on the O2 sensor at first. Get your HHO generator designed and running good, tweak your O2 sensor and try to tune for better mileage. Most of the time when people attempt to tweak other sensors like the MAP, MAF, IAT, TPS, etc. they normally do more bad than good. Once you get it dialed in with an O2 modifier (EFIE) then you can start to tweak other sensors and see how you do. I offer many useful items for these installations like the EFIE (several models), flow meters, generators (soon), electronics parts, etc.
I'll give you a call next week some time. Always happy to talk shop with fellow enthusiasts.
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