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Baking Soda
Correct me if I am wrong BUT, by using BS aren,t you creating and sending, along with the Hydrogen, to the engine CO2?? sounds kinda like a cancelling affect to me.

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10-22-2008 07:43 PM
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sroll42507 Wrote:Correct me if I am wrong BUT, by using BS aren,t you creating and sending, along with the Hydrogen, to the engine CO2?? sounds kinda like a cancelling affect to me. HI i am not really on top of things...had my share of disappointments any way i think most guys use some thing called bubbler ...it seperates the oxygen vapor for the gas.. therefor only the gas gets into your car intake.....this is my understanding....if your vehicle has the 02 censors if it the earlier carbs...it probally help... good luck

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10-23-2008 07:40 AM
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01olds Wrote:
sroll42507 Wrote:Correct me if I am wrong BUT, by using BS aren,t you creating and sending, along with the Hydrogen, to the engine CO2?? sounds kinda like a cancelling affect to me. HI i am not really on top of things...had my share of disappointments any way i think most guys use some thing called bubbler ...it seperates the oxygen vapor for the gas.. therefor only the gas gets into your car intake.....this is my understanding....if your vehicle has the 02 censors if it the earlier carbs...it probally help... good luck

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I am sure of how the bubbler works, no problem there, as it acts as a spark arrester, and CO2 is another gas that is created by using the Baking Soda ( bicarbonate of soda). I just really have a problem with introducing more of a gas that is not increasing the efficeincy of the burn.

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10-23-2008 05:57 PM
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sroll42507 Wrote:Correct me if I am wrong BUT, by using BS aren,t you creating and sending, along with the Hydrogen, to the engine CO2?? sounds kinda like a cancelling affect to me.

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baking soda does not make hydrogen or oxygen
12-07-2008 08:36 PM
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sroll42507 Wrote:Correct me if I am wrong BUT, by using BS aren,t you creating and sending, along with the Hydrogen, to the engine CO2?? sounds kinda like a cancelling affect to me.

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baking soda does not make hydrogen or oxygen

NOPE!! BS does not MAKE HYDROGEN, yet in the electrolyzing process, Hydrogen is created yet along with it you are creating CO AND CO2, check you chemistry. IF you are creating the CO and CO2 the H Has to either bond with another molecule or Atom or it is independent, which is H or Hydrogen.

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12-08-2008 06:11 AM
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