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I have purchase HHO system and i install it on generator and nothing has changed i tried to send mor ehydrogen did not make any sense can some one help me with it im using volvo or perkins engine please reply on my email vicken_boyadjian@hotmail.com

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Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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It's worth to install a kit like that one from L2Hybrids. See
http://www.l2hybrids.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=1002&Show=ExtInfo
for the details - it's, probably, the most complete kit ever as of today, while it's not cheap.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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Do not use the vacuum line of the brake system!!! You need to use the vacuum line of the crank case and as close as possible towards the intake system.
I bought my hho system at www.drive60mpg.com and I installed in my GMC suburban. Original my suburban just got 17 mpg, since I installed the hho generator and a very good display EFIE, I am getting 24 miles per gallon. But people say it wouldn't work... well it looks like my car doesn't care what people say. ;-)
By the way, I am now installing hho generators for them. So if you need more info, let me know. That's realy cool stuff.
Cheers,
****

Posted on May 06, 2009

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HHO does not work. The amount of air the engine sucks in throughout the RPM range is far beyond what any HHO setup can produce. You will lose power and gas mileage because the HHO system pulls energy away from the ignition spark.

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Is there any economical feasibility for brown gas generators ?


Yes, they do produce hydrogen and are easy enough to make.
Newer EFI vehicles with oxygen sensors located at intake as well as exhaust, have to be manipulated to get the full effect of your HHO production... that was a little trickier. I made a pot switchbox to trick the sensor signal to my engine's computer.
An older vehicle with a carburator is another matter... direct HHO into the intake.
Does it increase fuel efficiency? Yes. Any combustable added is gained effeciency.
How much efficiency, is to be determined by your car's performance and your driving habits.
Youtube has some good videos and how-to info if you're interested.
Is it worth "buying" this info? I wouldn't...
I think it should be free! We all want a greener planet.

May 06, 2009 | 2003 Toyota Corolla

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My HHO generator draws too many amps, how do i get the amps down?


1st thing to check is the electrolyte: Use white vinegar, NOT baking soda or lye. Use a minimum of 12 ga wire on all connections, and power the generator through a relay using a 30A fuse to feed a 40A relay.Install a Tap-a-line connector from the radio circuit of the fuse panel to the toggle switch, then run a 14ga wire from the toggle switch to the relay. Doing this ensures that the generator is energized ON LY when the ignition switch is turned on. The 12ga feed wire to the relay should connect directly to the positive terminal on the battery. The 14ga wire from the switch is used only to activate the relay. This way the relay carries the amperage to the generator, and it does not pass through the switch. If the amperage is still too high, use less vinegar and use more steam distilled water to lessen the concentration, therefore lowering the amperage draw. All the parts required for this hook-up can be obtained at AutoZone, Oreilly's, etc. Good luck.

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Got some problems with my hho


The HHO generator uses low DC voltage to produce Hydrogen and Oxygen from water.

Fresh water isn't the best conductor of electricity so an electrolyte of some sort is usually added to the water.

A safety tip: This was probably included with your unit, but it doesn't hurt to cover it again.
  • Wear safety glasses, good ones.
  • Dont smoke or have any ignition source while checking the unit. HHO is produced at the optimum ratio for combustion, and by that I mean COMBUSTION. This is the same fuel in the same ratio in that big orange tank the space shuttle rides on. The slightest leak can be dangerous. Be aware of this. Ok?
A side effect of these units is they produce heat. The water gets pretty hot, not boiling, but hot. That would be a way to see if its working.

You haven't described the unit, volume of water and electrolyte used. That would be helpful.

As a rule, if the plates are covered in water, if the electrolyte has been introduced, if it has power then it's working and you won't notice any difference at all.

Unless the unit you got is the super deluxe multi-cell model, the volume of HHO produced per minute is only a small percentage of what the engine is sucking in. It's not going to supercharge your engine. It will however enhance the combustion of the gasoline, making it burn more efficiently while adding some combustion of its own.

Hopefully you kept track of your mileage before instrallation. Keep keeping track of your mileage and compare notes. That's when you'll notice the difference.

That difference will depend on the volume of HHO produced. That depends on the electrolytic agent, volume and temperature of the water.

I hope this helped somewhat
Mike

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Hi, try to hook up the hho gas hose into a vacuum line of the crank case (with t-connector) NOT directly b4 the turbo. That might help. Its not getting enough vacuum to "pull" the gas from the cell. How much hho production do you get right now? Greetings, ****

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Please do some research before bothering with this bogus junk.  I am familiar with its generation and you cannot fit a generator under any hood that will produce enough gas to change your engine characteristics.
Take some time and look at the EPA's results with any of the claimed results for various gadgets:
EPA Fuel Saver reports  
Also, if you had a product to sell, wouldn't you be tempted to plant favorable 'test reports' all over the Internet?

Dec 04, 2008 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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the hho generator power and ground does not go to the maf sensor. what you need is a maf /map regulator, but it has no connection with the generator. it is just helpfull by saving gas if a hho generator is installed. If you have o2 sensors in the exhaust pipe, you need a EFIE first!!! more questions, no problem, hydrotuning@gmail.com, greetings, ****

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depending on what system you go with the tanks are large and take up alot of space.
the water for fuel idea using the alt to make HHO doesnt make enought HHO to make a difference in your millage.

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Hho generator


dont waste you time try to get your money back . ive worked with many of these and not a single one has made any difference. the volume of hydrogen that the generator produces isnt enough to help in fuel millage the alternator on your car cant put out the amperage required to make the quanty needed. alot of scams going on on this stuff right now. just watch your dollar. but since you have it you might as well try it and find out for yourself. i ssen them in the pcv line T in. and ive also see them just tapped into the air cleaner just above the throttle body. good luck and let me know if it works any better for you...

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