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    I just watched a tv show that was about a company...

    I just watched a tv show that was about a company removing old oil wells in the ocean. A diver was cutting the derick legs off so they could be removed. They said that the danger was that hydrogen...
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    I read that if you drop the voltage between...

    I read that if you drop the voltage between plates below 1.4 vdc that it won't produce. You may have too many neutrals.
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    I just watched a show on TV that showed...

    I just watched a show on TV that showed construction of a building in Saudia and they were using a GPS instrument for elevations.
  4. If it ignites the gasoline more evenly, don't you...

    If it ignites the gasoline more evenly, don't you think that it would make more of the gasoline ignite instead of sending raw gasoline out the exhaust?
  5. The timing is set correctly for the engine design...

    The timing is set correctly for the engine design and the fuel that it is designed to use. The HHO is improving the combustion of that fuel which will add horsepower and in theory should improve...
  6. Wouldn't there be a lag in the response time that...

    Wouldn't there be a lag in the response time that the HHO was requested and when it was produced and actually got to the intake? It may still be better then what you have now.
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    I wouldn't use any check valve with a steel...

    I wouldn't use any check valve with a steel spring in it. I think that you would be better off with one that doesn't have a spring and mount it so that gravity will open it.
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    Doesn't it have to be started or spinned by hand....

    Doesn't it have to be started or spinned by hand. I don't believe that it will start itself, depending on where it's stopped in its cycle.
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    I was just reading about different chemicals and...

    I was just reading about different chemicals and was wondering the same thing.
  10. Thread: HHO Loss

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    That's what I'm thinking. It may not be much but...

    That's what I'm thinking. It may not be much but every little bit counts.
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    Here is something that I just found that you...

    Here is something that I just found that you might find interesting. If you want to read about it. Just search H4O. We need some of this water.

    Article:
    Because of its chemical properties, it is...
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    That is very interesting. Then something else has...

    That is very interesting. Then something else has to happen for them to join. Then that may be the pressure that Painless was talking about. But once it is ignited, it's supposed to return to water,...
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    I know that it gets colder so you probably got...

    I know that it gets colder so you probably got something there. The pressure would probably drop because of the temperature and also the altitude.
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    I have been doing a lot of reading and...

    I have been doing a lot of reading and researching to find an answer. From what I have read so far, Hydrogen has a weak positive and oxygen has a very strong negative charge. Water will only have H2O...
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    I don't know. That's why I asked. Maybe it does...

    I don't know. That's why I asked. Maybe it does loose some but not all.
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    HHO Loss

    I read somewhere that hydrogen that is released into the atmosphere will bond back with any water molecule that it encounters. I have been thinking about that and now wonder if anyone knows if that...
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    I doubt that you can still locate one but the old...

    I doubt that you can still locate one but the old 50's car ran an oil bath filter that forced the air through oil and that would work the same way with water. They used a metal mesh made of aluminum...
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    I like the idea of letting the gas and liquid...

    I like the idea of letting the gas and liquid seperate in the reservoir but doesn't that equalize the pressure for the feed line from the reservoir to the cell which might cause a flow problem or a...
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    Dry Cell Output Location

    On the output of your dry cell going back into the reservoir, which method is the best.

    1. Return the line into the top of the reservoir above the top of the liquid or.

    2. Return the line into...
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    Tap the effluent hose w/wetted finger till a...

    Tap the effluent hose w/wetted finger till a bubble grows then ignite it.

    I wouldn't light the bubble with it on the hose.....:)
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    If your check valve is spring loaded, could you...

    If your check valve is spring loaded, could you also put one on your reservoir that would let it suck air if it pulled a vacuum? Then if one failed, maybe the other would work, providing that it...
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    Dry Cell Stageing

    I am building a new dry cell for my small car. It has a 1.6 liter engine and I'm planning on outputting 2 lpm at about 30 amps. Because the alternator will probably be at max load with that much...
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    I use phpBB on one of my web sites and they have...

    I use phpBB on one of my web sites and they have to register to post on it. You can have it disallow language and you can suspend a user and they have to get a new email to be able to register again....
  24. Thread: EFIE Question

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    How do you determine which Trim Bank to code the...

    How do you determine which Trim Bank to code the Scangauge as there is 4 banks?

    I was thinking that you was actually reading the voltage from the Oxygen Sensor and with the EFIE in the line that...
  25. Thread: EFIE Question

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    EFIE Question

    Adjusting the EFIE, I noticed that the XGauge doesn't reflect the voltage offset. If the EFIE is adding .2 volts to the output of the Oxygen Sensor, Shouldn't the lowest voltage that the XGauge reads...
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