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31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
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31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
Here is my project, as well as my results. Feeling "jazzed" is indeed an understatement. Fuel costs as well as my operating costs have nearly doubled. This throws me back to 2 bucks a gallon overall. What's funny is the "disbelievers" are still paying almost 4 bucks a gallon. HeHe....Where
I live, distilled water is about 90 cents gallon. 1800 something cubic ft of hydrogen per gallon of H2o.....Yup.cheaper than gas....(so far)...however, they are talking about taxing the air we breath with "carbon credits" so who knows?

Peace

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06-23-2008 11:33 PM
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RE: 31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
Excellent! I would love to see 30mpg from my '99 F-250. It only has the 4.6l in it, so I think it is a possibility. I previously drove a 30mpg Ford Ranger, so it would be nice to go back up to 30 from 20mpg.
06-24-2008 04:55 AM
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RE: 31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
Congrats on the mileage gains. Let us know if those numbers change as you run full tanks of gas through it.


patro39 Wrote:Here is my project, as well as my results. Feeling "jazzed" is indeed an understatement. Fuel costs as well as my operating costs have nearly doubled. This throws me back to 2 bucks a gallon overall. What's funny is the "disbelievers" are still paying almost 4 bucks a gallon. HeHe....Where
I live, distilled water is about 90 cents gallon. 1800 something cubic ft of hydrogen per gallon of H2o.....Yup.cheaper than gas....(so far)...however, they are talking about taxing the air we breath with "carbon credits" so who knows?

Peace

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEdHZXiZP...re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEdHZXiZP...re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3GITuEige8&feature=user
06-24-2008 09:52 AM
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RE: 31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
Are using an EFIE as well? How many liters per minute is your oxy-hydrogen generator producing? How many amps is your system drawing? What is your voltage of your cell(s)? Are you using KOH? I am building an Oxy-Hydrogen generator as well. So can use all the info I can get. I have a 1994 Chev Silverado truck with a 5.7 liter engine. Waiting for my EFIE and will get a flash resistor to go with my bubbler as Oxy-Hydrogen is very volatile.
06-24-2008 02:51 PM
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RE: 31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
i have a 1999 surburban with a 454 let us know what you built
06-24-2008 04:45 PM
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That is Great news! I have just started to make a Smacks for my 2000 Prizm. After I get that one running, I plan on makeing one for my 2002 Chevy truck with the same 5.3L engine. I would be glad to get 24 mpg and up on it. Let us know what kind of HHO Gen. you are using and all of the peticulars like how to control the O2 sensor. Please!! Keep us informed on you truck. As my 14 mpg has made me park my truck unless I really need it. Brad
06-24-2008 05:32 PM
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Bump for a reply please.
06-25-2008 06:05 PM
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I have a 2003 GMC Sierra 5.3, and am using a mister system. The results are mixed, as I am using the PCV input at the middle of the manifold. I saw your video, and noticed you were using the throttle body input, as well as the PCV as of late. Where your video shows your input line, is my fresh air input to the PCV system, and has no vacuum. The only other line I see is on the bottom of the throttle body, and it looks as if it goes into the intake manifold. It is very short. Is this the line you used? Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated!
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06-28-2008 07:30 AM
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RE: 31 mpg 2000 Silverado, 326 V-8
he's running 29 amps in the system and you'll get a large amount of hydroxy made but at the sacrifice of heat un less his is stainless.

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06-29-2008 06:07 AM
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subbing

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06-29-2008 09:29 AM
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