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Stan Meyers a Hoax

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Steve:
Hydrocars,

I must say that i like this running on water concept. Its makes sence enough to start researche on it.

It is a totall different animal then the electrolysis technic.

lets see if we can get some results!

br
steve

HMS-776:
I believe you hydro. As far as I can see it's a dual Steam hydrogen engine.

Everyone should look at the following video:


Notice how stan's injector plugs are directly connected to the distributor! (0:36 in the video)

They are a combination of a gas injector and a spark plug, not much more than if you took a spark plug, cut a hole in the housing and installed a threaded fitting, and removed the creamic material so you could have a place for your gasses and water vapors to go.

Satn's injectors have a pos 20Kv pluse train that has resonance (same as a normal spark plug does) After all the spark plug itself acts as a capacitor while the ignition coil acts as the inductor in this circuit. So it's a LC circuit capable of resonance. Looki it up on wikipedia if you don't believe me.

Another thing to prove this out, Stan's injector has 1 wire coming straight from the distributor, So all he has is a +20Kv voltage zone, and a 0v (ground voltage zone), these are not opposite voltage zones and the only thing they will do is rotate the water molecule so the Oxygen atom faces the +20Kv voltage zone. Without opposite voltage zones you aren't doing anything, but when the +20Kv voltage zone ionizes the air and connects to ground it creates a spark, releasing thermal explosive energy when the spark is exposed to hydrogen and air gasses.


My only question now is, How much water mist and hydrogen does it take to produce the same power as a normal gasoline engine?

By the way hydro that car stan showed the injector with was an old ford tarus I believe...

Steve:
well done guys.
Yes, this injector is pure water. No hydrogen tank.
I wish i had enough money to go for this one too.

br
steve

haroldcr:

 I'm not able to view videos, but, I think what y'all are talking about, could be accomplished with an "anti-fouler", spark plug extension. Bore a hole in the side of the extension, on an angle, and braze in a metal tube, or, thread it, and screw in a connector. Put the gasses in below the spark plug, that is screwed in the top of the extension ???

tester:

--- Quote from: haroldcr on September 27, 2008, 21:11:06 pm ---
 I'm not able to view videos, but, I think what y'all are talking about, could be accomplished with an "anti-fouler", spark plug extension. Bore a hole in the side of the extension, on an angle, and braze in a metal tube, or, thread it, and screw in a connector. Put the gasses in below the spark plug, that is screwed in the top of the extension ???

--- End quote ---

Maybe you can provide us with a photo an better understanding?

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