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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #24 on: April 01, 2008, 04:21:12 am »
well, its clearly not a delco remy

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #25 on: April 01, 2008, 08:16:47 am »
ok, im not sure what alternator he used in his video, but i am pretty sure that the alternator in the above picture is the same alternator used to power dune buggys because you can even see the same alternator in his video on his dune buggy.. so it looks like just a normal big alternator to me. thats 2 different alternators i seen stan use, and i doubt he rewired them. Look at his driver motor,, you see the size of that thing?

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #26 on: April 01, 2008, 09:37:37 am »
Yeh, its the same driver as i have in size...

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #27 on: April 01, 2008, 16:49:52 pm »
The alternator could be a 24 volt tractor alternator or possibly a 48 volt one. I havent seen any 48 volt alternators, but I am sure they are available.

If High voltage was ever involved then large 24 to 48 volt tractor truck alternators make sense because they have more number of turns to get a higher voltage? Does any body have any info on Stator windings that makes an alternator 12 volts, 24 volts, 48 volts etc?

The other question I have is the big metallic tank that Meyer has in his dune buggy but is later removed and replaced with the on board WFC, alternator drive motor and AC to DC generator. Please see the attached pics.

Any idea on what the contraption is? Thanks.

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #28 on: April 01, 2008, 18:27:28 pm »
Looks to me like it was a faraday cage.

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #29 on: April 01, 2008, 19:06:21 pm »
Faraday cage? Any ideas how it relates to the WFC and the dunebuggy? Also there seems to be some kind of clear fluid inside the 'faraday cage'? Or is it just a light effect because its a Black and white photo?



if i can run a motor on 5 cc's a sec for 3 secs a pop, you know we're close. I fear for the HP in the future, i hope it works itself out.


How much cc per sec of HHO does one need to lets say idle a 4 cylinder car? Has anyone got an engine to idle using the alternator?

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #30 on: April 01, 2008, 19:35:30 pm »
The box on the buggy is an EPG from Stan.
It produces electricity from the gasmix.

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #31 on: April 01, 2008, 21:35:11 pm »
The cylinder shaped item thats missing, appears to be a JOE CELL. Which is a WFC that works more on a vacuum. It produces hydroxy, and LPM gasses

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