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2007 Dodge 5.7 Hemi MDS
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cjpeaceful Offline

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RE: 2007 Dodge 5.7 Hemi MDS
Gary Wrote:Wrong. What you do with h2 separators is this: Put a hose from EACH output into the bucket. Hold them at about the same depth under the surface and when the pressure builds, they will produce, only you put the h2 under the mouth of your full, inverted bottle at the 0 or 30 second mark on your timer.
It only takes 3 hands.
Remember, your results off a battery charger will be different from the alternator, so do your test with the motor running.
Don't trust the scan gauge for final results: gas up and measure. It sounds good and hopeful tho: I'm just a bit leary when it comes to v-8's since all my lack of progress with mine. Also, it doesn't hurt to do things properly by measuring. We don't want to become more internet scammers, do we?

Oh, and to save gas and time, I measure with a 500ml (half liter) bottle and multiply the time by 2.

Speaking of measuring output, do you guys think using MPG's HHO guage will measure the H2 accurately? I'm thinking about buying one for my HHO experiments. This way I have have (3) devices to compare rather than two measuring devices (bottle test and YAHOO flow meter by Lutherp40 over on You Tube).
10-08-2008 12:30 PM
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Gary Offline

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RE: 2007 Dodge 5.7 Hemi MDS
My guess is yes and I'll say why: hospitals use them. Not a good place for inaccurate measurements, hey? But don't forget that the h2 is a very small amount compared to HHO. I think he had a smaller one.
10-08-2008 01:44 PM
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