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Choice of cell design for auto use.
« on: November 10, 2009, 15:57:19 pm »

Steve and group,
     
    What would be the best/simplest cell to use on my 1988 dodge d100 pickup with a 3.9L/239 cu. in. engine with Throttle body injection. I am looking to replace the 4 jar system I currently have. Fuel is petrol/gasoline, and mpg went from 8 to 12 city--12 to 16 highway with the additional resource use of a poor mans EFIE.
     Any help/suggestions will be considered and appreciated greatly. If there would be any other information I have omitted, please ask. Also I have not built a PWM yet, I would like to get away from electrolyte and do plan to use Plasma  spark ignition in the spring as well as HHO.
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Re: Choice of cell design for auto use.
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2009, 21:41:46 pm »

Steve and group,
     
    What would be the best/simplest cell to use on my 1988 dodge d100 pickup with a 3.9L/239 cu. in. engine with Throttle body injection. I am looking to replace the 4 jar system I currently have. Fuel is petrol/gasoline, and mpg went from 8 to 12 city--12 to 16 highway with the additional resource use of a poor mans EFIE.
     Any help/suggestions will be considered and appreciated greatly. If there would be any other information I have omitted, please ask. Also I have not built a PWM yet, I would like to get away from electrolyte and do plan to use Plasma  spark ignition in the spring as well as HHO.
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Hi Akin,

How much litre HHO per minute do you need?

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Re: Choice of cell design for auto use.
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2009, 15:55:47 pm »
Steve,
     I had read somewhere that to run an engine on HHO alone requires 1 LPM of HHO for every Litre of engine size. There is also a curve to do what I want, just supplement the petrol/gasoline engine with an EFIE and HHO, where at one point the efficiency drops off because there is too much HHO for the supplement process.I have moved my timing 5 deg. closer to TDC to get rid of the acceleration and uphill travel valve rattle. I still need to add a non-foul adapter to withdraw the 02 sensor from the exhaust stream some. I guess that I would want to start at 1 LPM and go to no more than 2 LPM of gas production without using acid for an electrolyte. Water with a PWM seems the best way to go. I would also need a PWM Schematic to do this. Be reminded please, this is for my use only not a way to make money from someone elses ideas or research.    Akin 

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Re: Choice of cell design for auto use.
« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2009, 21:55:18 pm »
Steve,
     I had read somewhere that to run an engine on HHO alone requires 1 LPM of HHO for every Litre of engine size. There is also a curve to do what I want, just supplement the petrol/gasoline engine with an EFIE and HHO, where at one point the efficiency drops off because there is too much HHO for the supplement process.I have moved my timing 5 deg. closer to TDC to get rid of the acceleration and uphill travel valve rattle. I still need to add a non-foul adapter to withdraw the 02 sensor from the exhaust stream some. I guess that I would want to start at 1 LPM and go to no more than 2 LPM of gas production without using acid for an electrolyte. Water with a PWM seems the best way to go. I would also need a PWM Schematic to do this. Be reminded please, this is for my use only not a way to make money from someone elses ideas or research.    Akin

Hi Akin,

My suggestion would be to go to this website: http://www.waterfuelforall.com/
The owner , Wouter, is selling good working boosters.
They do around 1 till 2 litres a minute and are around 95% efficient and thats really good.

The other option is to go and build a serie drycell, like the EBN cell. (google)

Steve