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    jcbarton Guest

    Default diesel install?

    Once you install a cell on a diesel engine how do you go about reducing the diesel consumption and using the HHO? I understand the concept on gasoline engines with carbs. and fuel injected (re-jetting the carb/EFIE/MAP/MAF'S etc.) but I don't know much about diesel set-ups. Is there an electronic device needed or something like re-jetting the carb?? Thanks.

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    It will work the same on a gas engine with a carb(w/out jet changes), You won't need to push the acc. as hard to do the same amount of work. That is the short version.
    Last edited by hydrotinkerer; 01-08-2009 at 03:37 PM.

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    water4gasinstaller Guest

    Default Diesel Engine Installation is much simpler but requires ACOS

    We did install diesel engines from 1 tonne , 3 tonne and 11 tonne trucks, well they work pretty fine if you have a HHO Unit that runs and generates lots of HHO. Well we attached a 12volt unit for 1 tonne, whereas the 3 tonne and 11 tonne truck we attached a 24 volt. the two models generates large amounts of HHO. HM160 generates 160 liters and HM240 generates 240 liters. This baby gave 27% till 40% mileage gain. no kidding. however you need a auto cut off swtich we call ACOS because if you leave the keys on for half an hour, your intake manifold along with your air filter will blow up to pieces! no kidding

    HM160 looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...ile-HM160.html

    HM240 looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...ile-HM240.html

    Auto Cut Off Switch (ACOS) looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...itch-ACOS.html

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    Is this real ..... 160 lpm on 14 amps ???

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    I'm hoping that's per hour. That would translate to about 2.6 LPM.
    I'll hang up and listen to your answer.

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    If you look at their info, it's 160LPH, which is 2.6LPM. Pretty good for 15 amps, but I'm willing to bet that there's lots of steam.
    1998 Explorer 4x4, 4.0
    14 cell / 2 stack 6x9" drycell reactor 28%KOH dual EFIE, MAF enhancer, IAT & ECT controllers, 2.4 LPM @ 30 amps. 6.35 MMW http://reduceyourfuelbill.com.au/forum/index.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by water4gasinstaller View Post
    We did install diesel engines from 1 tonne , 3 tonne and 11 tonne trucks, well they work pretty fine if you have a HHO Unit that runs and generates lots of HHO. Well we attached a 12volt unit for 1 tonne, whereas the 3 tonne and 11 tonne truck we attached a 24 volt. the two models generates large amounts of HHO. HM160 generates 160 liters and HM240 generates 240 liters. This baby gave 27% till 40% mileage gain. no kidding. however you need a auto cut off swtich we call ACOS because if you leave the keys on for half an hour, your intake manifold along with your air filter will blow up to pieces! no kidding

    HM160 looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...ile-HM160.html

    HM240 looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...ile-HM240.html

    Auto Cut Off Switch (ACOS) looks like this (picture and video)
    http://www.water4gasinstaller.com/in...itch-ACOS.html

    Where to get that switch, please add link, thanks....

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