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Thread: Separate H & O? Will it make difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbhavsar View Post


    So if the car used pure oxygen, it would be inhaling 100 percent oxygen instead of 21 percent oxygen, or about five times more oxygen. This would mean that it could burn about five times more fuel. And that would mean about five times more horsepower. So a 100-horsepower engine would become a 500-horsepower engine!

    This is the principle behind why cars have more hp at sea level and slowly diminish when altitude rises. But could this numbers (100hp to 500hp by changing 21% O to 100% O), be real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratous View Post
    The problem with adding more O2 is that the cars ECU senses the extra oxygen and responds by increasing the fuel to the cylinder because it thinks its running lean. The best possible method to control this is by getting a special program for your ECU that compensates for the added "fuels". It could get expensive, but a performance shop that has a dyno tester could do this for you.
    Couldn`t you just tap the wire of the o2 sensor, find out the normal running voltage, the Oxygen enriched voltage, and simply feed the ecu a fixed voltage reading?

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    There is no normal running voltage, it fluctuates depending on oxygen levels, so you can't set a fix voltage, the same for map/maf sensors, but the way oxygen sensor is designed make easy to use an extender so the sensor read less oxygen compensating the excess.

    https://www.google.es/search?q=hho+o...ensor+extender.

    Regards

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    Default This is a simple exercise.

    Quote Originally Posted by Balam View Post
    This is the principle behind why cars have more hp at sea level and slowly diminish when altitude rises. But could this numbers (100hp to 500hp by changing 21% O to 100% O), be real?
    The more oxygen you have, the more fuel you can oxidize. 100% O2 and fuel has been tested in the past. The only problem is the much higher heat involved. Specialty materials such as ceramic pistons and cylinders are needed to survive any length of time.

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