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Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:51 pm 
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is the company your doing it with work with neil young if so thats my mats dads work shop he currently has the hydrogen cell is his honda and so far its saved him like 56 % of fuel consumption im hoping to get it cheaper through him by advertising his business on the forums and stickers on my car
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56%....the claims for these things just keep getting more ridiculess by the month

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:29 am 
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depending on the size of the motor and how much hho is created this is a posibility smaller the engine ( a mower or maybe a niki, lada or something under 1000cc you could almost manufacture 100% as long as you have enough power to run a big alternator

for the time being clames are indipendent by people who proably work out there economy by $$ not by liter x distance

this is a good begining a way to save money by streching out you fuel consumption depends on motor and driving style

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ea_falcon wrote:
is the company your doing it with work with neil young if so thats my mats dads work shop he currently has the hydrogen cell is his honda and so far its saved him like 56 % of fuel consumption im hoping to get it cheaper through him by advertising his business on the forums and stickers on my car
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56%....the claims for these things just keep getting more ridiculess by the month

 

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Posted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 10:35 pm 
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hho to be more precise, two parts hydrogen, hh, and one part oxygen, o, which is pure, so yeah.

I bought a cell, made the container, fully sealed etc, hooked it up, ran it, seemed to run very well, 2litres less per hundred over a 20km run..

I got home, went inside, came out an hour later and i had left the thing plugged in, it was smoking, the cell was nearly a liquid, the fluid was boiling, i had put too much bi carb in as i wanted results asap.

The whole cell twisted, lol. It was fun, i might do it all again sometime. I was at uni at the time with lots of spare time to f**k around and stuff, now i have a job in qld so i dont even have a car, lol.

When i get back my car has a Sprint Gas system installed, lol so i will pick it all back up oneday :)

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 8:46 am 
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bi cark is a new one but a additive is needed to help the process additives that are common on youtube are KOH or salt . i think KOH would b e better as it containes hydrogen and is an electrolite

 

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Im very interested in it and if the benefits are worthwhile i would definately invest in testing to ensure no engine damage is done :)

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have to use effies for o2 sensors and a volume delay system between idle and peak revs.

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 2:21 pm 
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as with any non leaded fuel you will need a lubircant ie. flashlube, mories valve saver




quote="-GAS-MAN-"]Im very interested in it and if the benefits are worthwhile i would definately invest in testing to ensure no engine damage is done :)

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nahh its true hes tested it at his dads work shop which is like a sciance lab there also working on a 400 hp 13b turbo engine which atm runs on 3 ltrs per 100 kms and and tehre working a a ford lincon and hopefully going to get 1 ltr per 100 ks the engine is aparantly getting manufactured in japan
this is what the dad has told me

 

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Yeah i know all about the electrolytes and the lubrication thing, i'd love to have the time and money to get it all working but im working away from home now so :)

 

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