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Joe Cell
10-25-2008, 03:28 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-25-2008, 03:29 AM by hilly7.)
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Joe Cell
Has anybody tried one of these or know someone that has?
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10-25-2008, 05:43 PM,
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Joe Cell
yep played with this for about 7 months.had it half @ss working on an old junk in the yard that barely ran.I stopped when I went as far as I could with the timing.I would of had to jump a tooth on the distributer gear to continue,the problem was that there was not enough room for me to pull the distributer up enough to jump the tooth.So instead of pulling the motor and continuing to waste time I jumped over to Bedini's work.Good news is my 4x4 is now 25 years old lol and I no longer have to go through emissions so I can do what I want to it now(been waiting) like rip all the crap off and make some room for add ons.Yahoo work groups has a group for this project.They have plans and parts lists.I haven't been back there for a long time things might have changed.When I tried things were hit and miss in the group.Some peeps in the group were just putting them on the floor of the car and saying they where getting results(some strange).Maybe its time to check back and go through the material again and see what they came up with.Note it is not cheap to try this the stainless costs a pretty penny shit the material I used for the spacers was expensive.I wanted all my tubes to be spaced perfect and all the tubes the same thickness so I machined them myself but after I cut them they became magnetic.they needed to be heat treated, another cost.and a car to try it on.good luck hilly7 if your going to try it.
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10-25-2008, 08:25 PM,
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Joe Cell
I Have heard that some have good results with tubes:). I use plates and have had great success with my hho gen. If you make one let us know how well it does.

And GODD LUCK:D
&From all the things I've lost I miss my mind the most&-- Ozzy
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10-26-2008, 04:45 AM,
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Joe Cell
Thanks. I started to play with one of these a couple of years ago but got side tracked.

Does the HHO work good?
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10-26-2008, 05:34 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-26-2008, 05:38 AM by scrode.)
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Joe Cell
I average about 40 mpg on my 2002 honda accord was 28mpg. been using it for a few months now (since July). So yeah it works for me:D.no problems with engine components. I just needed to work out the bugs in my system (vacuum probs.etc.) but haven't had to do anything but refill the distilled water in my gen for a couple of months now.
&From all the things I've lost I miss my mind the most&-- Ozzy
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10-26-2008, 05:45 AM,
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Joe Cell
That is a great inprovement. What about the water freezing? Any problems? Did you buy a kit or make one?
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10-26-2008, 06:46 PM,
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Joe Cell
I haven't winter proofed it yet. but plan on it in a week or so.
I made it. I've made 4 gens so far. I use 4" abs. It's about 11" tall with end cap and a female cleanout and male plug. plate design is +nnnnn-, for plates I use ss electrical wall cover plates( zip ties for spacing and nylon bolts thru screw holes(widened)to hold together) wrapped in rubber mastic tape. it puts out around 1lpm. cost about $20.00. i use potassium hydroxide(drano) for my electrlyte.
&From all the things I've lost I miss my mind the most&-- Ozzy
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