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2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
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2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
My generator consists of 2, 1 quart mason jars each with 2 plates in the the plates are grade 304 stainless steel, 16 gauge sheet metal cut to 5.5" by 2.5", I am using KOH and its running at 6.5 amps cold and around 10 amps hot and producing appox. .300 lpm. I have the single EFIE set at .270

My car averaged 33mpg before, today I got 41mpg Smile
06-25-2008 02:58 PM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
Could we see pictures of your cells and set up? Also did u do anything to the MAF?
06-25-2008 03:39 PM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
Hi:

I also would like to know what you did about the MAF? ANd it is a 6 wire sensor?

Thx,
Dale
06-30-2008 10:36 AM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
Hey, that's wonderful. Once question, though. Are you sure you got an accurate reading? How many miles driven, etc?

I have a coworker with the same car (I think about the same year). He'll be interested to know what you did to get those gains.


tjh566 Wrote:My generator consists of 2, 1 quart mason jars each with 2 plates in the the plates are grade 304 stainless steel, 16 gauge sheet metal cut to 5.5" by 2.5", I am using KOH and its running at 6.5 amps cold and around 10 amps hot and producing appox. .300 lpm. I have the single EFIE set at .270

My car averaged 33mpg before, today I got 41mpg Smile
06-30-2008 10:51 AM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
me to, I have a 07 focus with no gain. A HHO from savefuel.ca and a single efie, still playing with the numbers, I may try to take the EFIE to your setting just to try...
06-30-2008 06:24 PM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
Did it twice about an 80 mile trip, used right at 2 gallons.

Ive done nothing to the MAF, just the EFIE and my HHO is T'ed into a vacuum line right by the throttle body.

I noticed that i need to set cruise control on 70 or below to see results as this unit didn't produce much HHO, if i went faster i saw no gains.

Did the test today with no HHO and no EFIE and it was back to normal, 2.5ish gallons for the same trip.
07-01-2008 03:10 PM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
tjh566 Wrote:My generator consists of 2, 1 quart mason jars each with 2 plates in the the plates are grade 304 stainless steel, 16 gauge sheet metal cut to 5.5" by 2.5", I am using KOH and its running at 6.5 amps cold and around 10 amps hot and producing appox. .300 lpm. I have the single EFIE set at .270

My car averaged 33mpg before, today I got 41mpg Smile

Well doneSmileSmile just one question......how far appart are your plates? Keep up the testing and pleasing to see your results.
07-06-2008 12:04 AM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
Same here. Please give a detail on your setup. How far apart are the plates. How much catalyst did you use per jar? A pic of the plates showing the hookup would be cool

Thanks
07-06-2008 06:12 AM
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RE: 2001 Ford Focus 2.0L Results
The plates are approx 3/8" apart, with a 3/4" flange bent on top of them, a 1/4" hole drilled in the flange bolting the plates to the lid and the bolts are the terminals to connect the wire too.

This design did not produce much HHO I would spend my time build a better cell, I just finished building my new cell and it produces 5 times as much HHO at the same amperage. Heres a link to pics of that new cell: http://www.fuel-saver.org/showthread.php?tid=839
07-06-2008 10:07 AM
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