Dyno Tests

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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 energy is released in measurable horsepower.

So, if you can trick the PCM into thinkin the mixture is too rich, it facilitates the injection of less fuel. Now you're transferring more energy into the power train which should result in greater horsepower using less fuel.

I did the math and realized it only takes a little under 2 hp to generate 15 amps minimal so I'm guessing the alternator needs the make 20 amps nominal to separate the H2 O2 from the water. Again, an educated guess of 3 hp nominal. I would need to see a 6 hp increase on a dyno after leaning out the mix to believe that this works.

It's a simple concept and a simple test so why are there no youtube videos and other documentation to prove this simple fact? If anyone knows where I can see some dyno results, I'd be willing to try one of these contraptions. Otherwise, refer what David Hannum said to PT Barnum.
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  1. hhoresearch's Avatar
    Dyno testing of oxyhydrogen is not as straightforward as one might think. I found 8 dyno studies of oxyhydrogen. Since HHO does not really have a formal scientific definition, it is kind of hard to perform a scientific test on HHO. Reported on results at: Also, check out: