6/10th of an Amp improves mileage almost 40%

We've been working away here at Fuel Genie Systems. Many breakthroughs are now in production and two significant findings are coming out soon (hint: 1 lpm of hydrogen gasses produced with no load on the alternator or battery). This video was made three weeks ago. Since then, we have found a way to ionize the filter and now the Mariner gets an average of 35 mpg on the highway with just .6 amps of current draw. https://youtu.be/pR0rb2ot4wQ

Ionized filter is an idea from M. Moldoveanu who is working with us now. It creates more hydrides than hydroxyl molecules.

Anytime you can get 35-40% increases in mpg using only 6/10 amp of current is huge.   

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Comment by David Michiels on November 8, 2018 at 8:43am

Thank you for the info!

I appreciate the honest reaction and I will contact your UK distributor.

greetings,

David

Comment by Barry Holzsweig on November 7, 2018 at 9:49pm

Greg. We use Volo Performance sensor modules to adjust the signal sent from the O2 sensors to the ECU. When an O2 sensor senses a lean configuration (which is also hotter) it drops voltage to the ECU. This causes the ECU to hold the injectors open a bit longer to richen the mixture back to factory programmed settings. We program these sensor modules to each individual vehicle. It has the same map as the ECU of the vehicle it's installed in. It attaches to the OBD port in about 10 minutes. When it senses a voltage drop from the O2 sensors, it adds the amount of voltage the ECU is expecting to see at that rpm and sends it to the ECU. The ECU then makes no corrections. The module samples the O2 sensor signals 20,000/min and it's response is instantaneous. Hope this answers you question.

Comment by Greg Kusiak on November 7, 2018 at 8:23pm
Have the sensors on the car been addressed? HHO displaces oxygen in the intake, so either the MAP or MAF sensors need to be addressed, and since that carries through to to O2 sensors, they need to be addressed as well. The sensor mods pay for themselves in fuel savings in very short order, especially if the car is used frequently for long distances.
Comment by Barry Holzsweig on November 7, 2018 at 9:45am

David,

We have a distributor in the UK. Much cheaper with customs etc. if you deal with him. You can reach him at UKdistributor@fuelgeniesystems.com . We had a customer in Arnheim, Netherlands a couple of years ago who added one of our systems to his propane fueled Escort 4 cyl. The best mileage increase he got was 15% but there were zero Nox gasses & zero CO gas. Most hydrogen injection systems work best on gasoline and diesel engines. It has to do with the hydrogen gasses converting oil fumes from the crankcase into carbon, sulphur and salts. These elements when added to intake air (80% nitrogen) create a gaseous explosion in the combustion chamber in addition to leaning the engine so that it becomes 30-45% more efficient. So, you will see an increase in mpg but not much more than 15-20%.

Comment by David Michiels on November 6, 2018 at 8:40am

Hi, I'm new to HHO, a car tech layman and the (hopefully soon) future owner of a 1986 Jaguar XJ6 4.2 on GPL. I have a few questions about your products:

- can your kits be combined with GPL?-

- does cilinder size (cc) make a difference?

- is it realistic to presume a 35-40% increase in mpg for this car (running either on petrol or GPL)?

- I live in Belgium (Europe), so I guess there would be extra shipping cost, customs, VAT etc. to take into account when buying one of your kits? Or do you have a local dealer network?

Thank you in advance!

Kind regards,

David

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