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  1. #11

    Default power of stored hho

    a question! i filled two identical bottles with hho from the same gen, straight tap, 0 electrolytes at the same time. yet the one we detonated more than 24 hours after the first was noticeably more volatile then the first. with 6 people to view them both no one argued that fact.
    we also filled a gal. jug to detonate, at a distance of 50 feet away, not only were we near deaf, the detonation caused 6 peoples clothing to be blown backwards to our chests. and the container was melted inward even though the fire ball was the size of a soccer ball!

  2. #12

    Default mileage unbeleivable

    while experimenting with using hho on the road i had a failure of my gen with a leak, so as the water was slowly going down with me unaware of it. i went from a 55 mph zone to 70 mph zone in a hurry, but my driving doesn't consider speed limits so i went to 85 to cruise at. well when i got to 85 i let off the pedal to even out there, but instead the car kept accelerating until i hit 105 mph(insane yes but light traffic on a three lane), when i shut my hho gen off! the car began to slow back down as normal and i pulled over to see what my problem was, and found my gen practically melting. the water steaming out, the case cracked, and nearly no water in it. i initially thought the vacuum leak, but that was wrong, the car stopped the excessive accelerating when i shut down the gen!
    i'm making amazing progress however, just need time.
    the mileage we got while playing with the cars fuel system and the same unit i melted came to 129 mpg ! not average and not bull****, i wont tell how but it is true and i had a passenger. straight tap, 0 electrolytes, i've been a mechanic for 22 years, YOU MUST UNDERSTAND CARS, to manipulate them for this mileage, its extremely involved and most would not try it!
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    Default 7x7" reactor using weld-on 16

    I thought I would post this video here for the newbies to take a look at. By sandblasting the plates, using this glue and off setting you inlet holes, your reactor will run cooler and MMW's will go up.

    The reactor in the video ran all day today at 95 degrees at 32 amps. That is because this reactor blocks current leakage, putting that current to work making gas instead of heat. "D"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eLsNvPtxX8

  4. #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrell View Post
    I thought I would post this video here for the newbies to take a look at. By sandblasting the plates, using this glue and off setting you inlet holes, your reactor will run cooler and MMW's will go up.

    The reactor in the video ran all day today at 95 degrees at 32 amps. That is because this reactor blocks current leakage, putting that current to work making gas instead of heat. "D"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eLsNvPtxX8
    Great job Darrell!

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    Darrell good job indeed.

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    Darrell, you really did do lots of the good things. Makes for one sweet reactor!! One sweet setup setup and video. Excellent job as usual. You the MAN!!
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what to have for dinner. Liberty is a well-armed lamb."

    ONE Liter per minute per 10 amps which just isn't possible Ha Ha .

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    The only thing I have reservations about is the bolts thru the plates. I use 3/4" gaskets all the way around to avoid any leaking. I also made sure that clamping pressure tight and hand cut all the springs to keep the tension high when the reactor cools. I just made some mods to the outlet fittings and the fittings on the tank Yesterday. I noticed they were to constrictive by watching the flow. So rather going to a bigger fittings I drill the inside out to 3/8".

    I think there maybe more small tweeks that could be done to improve it even more. "D"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqvaaw2BjJs
    Last edited by Darrell; 02-11-2012 at 04:47 PM.

  8. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darrell View Post
    I thought I would post this video here for the newbies to take a look at. By sandblasting the plates, using this glue and off setting you inlet holes, your reactor will run cooler and MMW's will go up.

    The reactor in the video ran all day today at 95 degrees at 32 amps. That is because this reactor blocks current leakage, putting that current to work making gas instead of heat. "D"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eLsNvPtxX8
    Fantastic. Clear and easy to follow. Nice looking set-up.
    Last edited by 19TERCEL96; 04-09-2012 at 04:43 PM. Reason: spelling

  9. Default newbie need help

    Hello i am glad to be here.
    Today i make my first dry cell but i make a mistake in plates configuration
    -nnnnn+nnn-.
    Can i make a try with this or is something goes wrong ?
    (is that safe to give a chance only to see how it works before make it right?)

    sorry for my english

    thanks to anybody

  10. #20

    Smile Hello am an old school newbie

    Hi folks my name is Bob,I'm a little over 21,from Scotland and new to this forum and HHO in general.

    What I'm not new to is modifying cars.Not in the modern 'fast n furious' big bodykits and flash way but in the genuine old school backyard diy way.

    My car I was legal to drive was a '78 Ford Fiesta 1.1L which I dropped a 1300 engine in with a 1600 head,exhaust manifold from an XR2,a hybrid Escort/XR2 carb hooked up to 950 box and XR2 suspension and brakes.Take anything upto 75mph but pretty useless afterwards.

    Learnt my trade on Cortinas and Capris before getting into fuel injection with XR3i's,2.8i's and XR4x4's.

    The next step in my learning was to go Vauxhall (GM) with the Astra GTE and Cavalier SRi's with LE-jetronic fuel injection moving to Motronic later on.I got a Cavalier 2.0 16v SRi with the Ecotec motor with Simtec management system that opened up a whole new world to me.I ended up slotting a home modified/ported Redtop 16v running twin 45 dcoe's with a hybrid jetronic ignition.

    In the past 8 years I've gone from a 2WD Sapphire Cosworth,to a Sapphire with a 1.8 CVH,a Nissan 200SX,Primera 2.0 Egt,Laguna 1.8,various Subarus and now have an Avensis 1.8 vvti.

    Anyway that potted and greatly edited history hopefully shows I've got some modifying background so wont be coming to this completely wet behind the ears.lol.

    Having said that I'd looked into running your car on water stuff you find online but never really went further than mild interest.I only came across HHO a week or two ago.

    I read a thread in a non-auto related forum where the poster described his on going project of converting his pick up to HHO,the thread was over a year old and he related his attempts,successes,failures and what he was learning along the way.

    Needless to say he got a lot of flak ranging from the doubtful,the science student who said it defies physics to real abuse but the more the tried to shoot him down he just kept explaining things.

    This thread went on for 20 pages and I read it all starting off as the old skeptic but more he explained the more I saw that not only what he said was theoretically sound it struck a chord with this old school tuner.

    I've researched the principles,theory and basics now I'm itching to try and make it work.

    As I say I'm freshly converted and still coming to grips with the practicalities so please bear with me.

    Bob

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