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Old 06-07-2008, 07:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lately, I been suffering from lactose mal-absorption. The outcome is that I produce and expel an abundance of gas following, the consumption of milk products. I am investigating the potential of fueling my 3 cylinder engine car based on my personal emissions. The question is that what collection mechanism would be used? Any bright ideas?
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I've been experimenting this kind of project from the net. It can only supply my 3-cylinder engine on idle but got dead off if I tried run the car. Based on my understanding, it will just improve the octance rating out of a regular gasoline to slow its burning time, thus, increasing your mileage, which is noticeable on a long trips.

In your case, you will need to trap the HHO from your hydrogen generator then put a pipe to blow it on a modified gasoline HHO mixer. In that way, you are adding an octane rating to the said regular gasoline before it enters the carb. That is based on thier experiment. my 2 cents.
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I have just finished building my own HHO generator, and it works a treat! Heaps of gas when hooked up to my car battery. Will be installing it this weekend. My friend met a guy from Sydney yesterday, who has the system in his 5.7l v12 jaguar. He is very excited about the initial results...close to 30% better mileage.Don't listen to the sceptics.......let them continue to pay top price for fuel and pollute the environment. Their choice.I purchased the ebook from water4gas and have built my own to a slightly different design, but heeding their advice on the overall setup. The technology works, and is nothing new. For the sceptics, this technology has been suppressed for almost 100 years. NASA uses it, so why shouldn't we? Enjoy your experimenting.
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I have just finished building my own HHO generator, and it works a treat! Heaps of gas when hooked up to my car battery. Will be installing it this weekend. My friend met a guy from Sydney yesterday, who has the system in his 5.7l v12 jaguar. He is very excited about the initial results...close to 30% better mileage.Don't listen to the sceptics.......let them continue to pay top price for fuel and pollute the environment. Their choice.I purchased the ebook from water4gas and have built my own to a slightly different design, but heeding their advice on the overall setup. The technology works, and is nothing new. For the sceptics, this technology has been suppressed for almost 100 years. NASA uses it, so why shouldn't we? Enjoy your experimenting.
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For that setup, what sort of electrolyte you're using? What's your voltage and current rating? Are you using pulse width modulated circuit? Potassium Hydroxide (KOH) seems to be an ideal thing but where can we purchase such chemicals?
My project is also about to finish. On the contrary, I'm just using a baking soda for my experiment and the goo keeps coming after 2hours of continuous use.
And Hey...... Congrats on your successful project. Bro...
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you can find a lot of information on internet.

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