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  1. Dyno Tests

    The naysayers always mention the fact that it takes more energy to produce the hydroxy than is gained by using it. [Second Law of Thermodynamics]

    What they can't seem to get into their perceived master minds is that there is additional energy stored in the un-burned fuel. As a matter of fact 70% is wasted in the form of heat.

    The claims are that by injecting H2 O2 into the mix you can produce a faster burn. The more of the fuel burned on each power stroke, the more ...
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  2. Positive News Reports

    Quote Originally Posted by olds maniac View Post
    hey all i am new to the site and wanted to share my experiences with you .
    i have built 5 different hho generators and am having great results with my latest one
    i have it mounted in the bed of my chevy 2500 hd truck and am testing this one now
    its former version number 4 was in my truck and i was getting about a 10% savings in fuel usage
    it was a 12 plate version drawing about 25 amps the new version is 43 plates 7 groups with 5 neutral plates 4 groups positive and
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  3. A Superb Site for Circuit Prototyping

    I really love this site: http://123d.circuits.io/

    Used to be circuits.io

    You can get started prototyping circuits and drawing up schematics without downloading any software. It is all modern web technology in the browser!
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  4. Recreate the Arduino Powered PWM

    I am by no means a professional EE, so if you see anything here that is not up to standards (and you see what I'm doing wrong) please feel free to tell me.

    I don't sell these things and I don't intend to.
    If you want to try and reproduce my setup, I can help you with that.

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  5. Arduino Controlled PWM

    1)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse-width_modulation
    2)http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/PWM

    While learning about PWM manipulation, I also discovered a really cool related project http://www.arduinodev.com/hardware/obd-kit/.
    Basically, this device allows you to connect an Arduino in and immediately (after some minor coding) read the values via standard OBD-II protocol based interfaces. Some example values are: RPM, throttle position and calculated engine load. There are ...
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