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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #40 on: September 01, 2010, 14:53:05 pm »
Hi Steve
well done so far. i am interested in what changes you have done to the valves.
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Mark
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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #41 on: September 01, 2010, 17:29:07 pm »
Hi Steve
well done so far. i am interested in what changes you have done to the valves.
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Mark
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Hi Mark and welcome to ionizationx  :)
 
Basically, its all about setting them less open.
My exhaust valve did opened on the intake stroke. It was just a little bit, but totally unwanted with HHO. By setting it a little bit less tight, the valve now just opens only when it supposed to.
 
The intakevalve is also set less tight. Meaning, it closes earlier then on petrol.
The intake valve and your ignition are a couple that must set right.
If your ignition is firing too early and your intake is still a bit open, then you get flashbacks.
Thats basically what it is.
 
Hopes it helps.
 
btw.
The engine still runs great on petrol......So, the adjustments are not hugh, but for HHO on my engine absolute needed.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #42 on: September 01, 2010, 17:37:21 pm »
Here are the todays test results.
 
HHO injection on the intake valve doesnt bring more rpms.
 
Exhaust to intake doesnt bring more rpms. It doesnt matter at all.
 
EPG to intake does bring more. Probably its the carbons that helps the engine.
 
Here pics and video's.
 
I tried to power the cell with the generator. Nothing....just 4 seconds and died.
 
The good news it that with futher tuning of the components, i got 20V more = more rpms...
Thanks also to the epg trick
 
Steve
 
Hopfully next week i will have the air ionizer ready for mounting on the generator.
I still have the feeling that i have enough HHO power, but not the volume to fill the cylinder well.
 

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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #43 on: September 02, 2010, 13:28:08 pm »
Really strange. Normally you'd expect even an unmodified engine to run on HHO, not very good but it should run.

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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #44 on: September 02, 2010, 15:48:43 pm »
You need to modify the waste spark at lkeast or you are going to get kaboom with flash backs
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« Reply #45 on: September 02, 2010, 22:10:22 pm »
You need to modify the waste spark at lkeast or you are going to get kaboom with flash backs
Mark

Yes, absolute. Even with a modified ignition, i do make the engine hot on petrol first.
Then i switch to HHO. The engine parts fit better when its hot. HHO leaking across valves is not nice.... ;)

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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #46 on: September 07, 2010, 20:07:20 pm »
Hi Steve,
I am wondering how your progress is going. You were going to add an ioniser. i was wondering your reason for this.
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Re: 6.5hp generator made ready for HHO
« Reply #47 on: September 07, 2010, 20:38:40 pm »
Hi Steve,
I am wondering how your progress is going. You were going to add an ioniser. i was wondering your reason for this.
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Mark

Mark,
 
Are you a builder?
About the ionizer:
I have tested HHO and ionized ambient air on my 4 cylinder 600cc yamaha bike.
The engine ran on HHO only on a maximum of 3500 rpm with my old platecell.
When i ran the engine with the ionizer, rpm went up till like 4250 rpm.
Thats the reason.
The theory is that ambient air and H mutate to a different gas. NH2, which burns slower then H and O. That way, the piston can react better on the explosion.
 
 
Steve