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TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« on: September 06, 2012, 04:06:18 am »
WE NEED YOUR HELP

This is Replications of Stanley Meyers Injection System. It is Believed that the Injector could work is 3 or more possible ways. 1 way is using Gotolocs High Current Output Spark to instantly convert the water droplet into STEAM which will push the piston down. The other way could be using HHO.

IT could use HHO and water mist, we do not know.

ALL OF STANS STUFF HASN"T BEEN SHARED. (((( WE NEED YOUR HELP ))))

The Barbed Fitting on the side of the injector is (QUESTIONED) What sorta part is that? IT looks like its out of a Mopar Hotrod Book!

IS IT A CHECK VALVE? We do not know. We want this to work.

Stan shows a Normal AUTOMOTIVE injector connected to the Aluminim injector much like in my photo.


(I CAN NOT FIND A CHECK VALVE TO SCREW INTO THE SIDE OF MY INJECTOR!!!!) Please Ignore the imporfections in my Aluminum injector due to it being only my second attempt.

Our Main issue here is (((WHAT DOES THAT PORT ON THE SIDE OF THE INJECTOR DO?) Any Why did stan use normal car injectors piped to this man in the middle of the plug itself?

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2012, 10:48:37 am »
Hi Brian,

Cool stuff.

I think you must thinking about a measurement system.
You must be able to improve on what you build, so to speak.
I have similar plans, as you know.
I want to suggest to make pipe with a piston in it, with an pressure switch.
Maybe that way you can see how powerfull your mix will be with the spark/waterdrop/hho mix.

For me, its pretty clear that we need HHO and waterdrops. Simply because we have to simulate petrol, which is also doing a drop to gas expansion.

Steve


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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2012, 10:50:08 am »
I also want to mention that you must NOT mix HHO with water and put that under pressure, before injection it.
Thats too dangerous.
It might explode in yr face.

Steve

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2012, 19:26:49 pm »
The prices of  check valves are high, I am researching  making my own, This could cost about 300 us dollars or more! But then I could sell them. 1 valve would cost me 35 to 100 dollars and it probably wouldn't even work.

I have had problems with the line going to the injector exploding in every bend. I am not sure if its air going around the curve doing this or hho. I am debating what I want to do, money is not there for this.

I will have to make a 3rd injector.

Does anyone have any proof where stan used this to convert water droplets to explosive? I seen on RWGresearch  site where a photo of stans injector said it done just that, But I'm not sure stan wrote that on there someone from the site may have? I'm lost...

There is so much in this system that is hidden from you and i, they are not showing us everything and I know that for a fact!!!!!!




Stan had about 4 injectors that looked exactly like the electronic ones I posted. He put these injectors in a small white box side by side! each injector had an output but I think all 3 shared an Input. The output of each injector was Tubed or Piped to each Injector Extension like you see in my photos.

In one News paper article stan talks about 125 pound pressure. I know the cylinder works at this same pressure, the piston. But I am not sure what stan was talking about?

Anyhow, I will first test Hydrogen injection at high pressure.

I do not know if stan had a electronic pump capable of pusting 125 lb pressure. (THEY NOT SHOWING EVERYTHING) I guarantee you that.

ALSO, (THE WATER SPLITTER.) This could have replaced the Injector, (the electronic one) and may have used the VIC in place of Gotoluc. I Do not know but I am on that mission!!

I hope we all have cars running on water soon. NOBODY seems to be working on this. RWG Research seems a bit dead. This side is also not very active.

Sebo, and Webmug I think is the most active users and they do not understand that the VIC is what could explode the water droplet. I thing stans vic could be much similar to Gotolucs design, or both do the same thing.

I will post a video how to wire a double firing coil on a lawn more very soon. I will show you how the timing doing so will change degree's as the coils do not fire at the same time!>

Later we could use 2 coils in series to get this effect using something similar to gotoluc. We would have 2 pops from the plug not 1. I will post a video.

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #4 on: September 07, 2012, 05:00:46 am »
I can see nobody is still not working on this. Here is a video with the engine running on the Injector ALONE with no carborator, or with the CARB intake hole Plugged off with a Razor Blade!@

I have 2 videos, best to watch them both@!

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2012, 06:24:29 am »

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Re: TEAM WORK on Stanley Meyers Injector!!!
« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2012, 19:15:17 pm »
Great videos, Brain.
Nice setup with the engine and electromotor.

Is yr plug made from alu or steel?

Steve

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STAN MEYER ON PHONE MUST HEAR
« Reply #7 on: September 08, 2012, 06:08:06 am »
Must Hear this conversation!