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3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
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3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
Waiting for my "up to 7L" size kit. Anyone out there done a 3.4 yet? Update/ 5 Sep. '14; Someone out there must own a Toyota Tacoma 4X4 ('98 to '03) that is running hho! Let's talk. Update 12 Sept. '14; Got my fuel-saver .org dual stack complete HHO set-up the other day and am bench running it to get to know it better. I'm quite impressed! Very nice PWM control. Would still like to hear from another Tacoma TRD 4X4 3.4 owner out there that has an HHO set-up that's operational.??
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08-29-2014 12:32 PM
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RE: 3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
NO one is running HHO on a Tacoma 3.4 ?? Let's talk!
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RE: 3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
(09-19-2014 08:29 AM)danbis Wrote:  NO one is running HHO on a Tacoma 3.4 ?? Let's talk!


Found someone that is running a HHO set-up on a 2001 Tacoma 4X4/3.4 V-6. Me! Having some foam problems, but so far have gained an honest/ consistent 3 mpg gain; and just started tweaking the system.
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RE: 3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
(08-29-2014 12:32 PM)Dan Bisker Wrote:  Waiting for my "up to 7L" size kit. Anyone out there done a 3.4 yet? Update/ 5 Sep. '14; Someone out there must own a Toyota Tacoma 4X4 ('98 to '03) that is running hho! Let's talk. Update 12 Sept. '14; Got my fuel-saver .org dual stack complete HHO set-up the other day and am bench running it to get to know it better. I'm quite impressed! Very nice PWM control. Would still like to hear from another Tacoma TRD 4X4 3.4 owner out there that has an HHO set-up that's operational.??

Update; 21 Oct.2014 Well. I just do not understand why there are no "sucess" posts. For myself, I'm still having foam problems, after flushing the system, adding and not adding anti-foam. Now I'm getting some what sounds like predetonation that won't adjust out. Best I've done is 3mpg gain, then lose it again. Guess we're not going to help each other.
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10-21-2014 10:19 AM
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RE: 3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
I am pretty new to HHO, but I have read a lot in the last few 6 month.
I want to install a HHO System.

The foam problem is described here: http://wwwhttp://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/cell-production-important-data/cell-production-important-data
Maybe it helps for you.

From http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com I read a lot of interesting articles.
I still don't know which PWM and EFIE are best for me.
I am driving a VW Touareg V8, 4.2, Gas, 2008.

If somebody has some tips, it would be highly appreciated,

Rudy
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RE: 3.4 Tacoma, '01; anybody got hho on one?
Fuelsaver-mpg seems better than most for both efie and pwm. After LOTS of trial and error I feel that monitoring the computer, such as with "Ultra gauge em Plus", on vehicles newer than 1995 is a must to properly tweak your system for optimum results. I,ve had results of 18% increase in mpg, but not consistently. There are many things to be considered before the computer will properly lean the mixture to get full advantage from an HHO set-up or other fuel-saving (vapor?) experiments. Hope this helps.
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