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BEN Offline
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11-27-2008 07:37 AM
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RE: CHEATING
BEN Wrote:I THINK SENSOR ADUJUSTMENTS ARE CHEATING.... IF YOUR MAKING MORE THAN 25 LITERS PER HOUR YOU DONT NEED ANY ADJUSTMENT TO THE SENSORS.. AS LONG AS YOUR AMPERAGE IS NOT TOO HIGH OF COURSE... I THINK YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE A VECHILE RUN LEAN BY SENSOR ADJUSTMENT IT IS NOT GOOD.


On diesel you can get away without any "trick's", because it runs always "lean" anyway...Gasoline EFI engine is a completely different approach, I have to dig very deep in my trick's bag to get some good gains...
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11-27-2008 06:30 PM
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CHEATING ?????


hell i'll cheat that damn thing out of every mile i can get.

in the big picture, is that not what we are doing anyway, cheating the syatem?

CALL YOU CONGRESS MEN AND OR LOCAL LEGISLATOR AND TELL THEM TO REMOVE ETHANOL FROM ARE FUEL. TELL THEM FOOD ON THE TABLES OF AMERICANS IS MORE IMPORTANT AND KILL THE ETHANOL FROM CORN DEAL. ETHANOL FROM CORN CAUSES EVERYONE TO PAY MORE FOR FOOD.
11-28-2008 03:03 PM
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11-28-2008 09:16 PM
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RE: CHEATING
BEN Wrote:i will agree with tryin to get the most out of every mile

but instead of telling the computer to run lean by trickin the sensors

enough hydrogen will have the sensors thinking the air fuel mix
is rich... then the sensors will cut back on the gas till it is ...
the right... i found you need a quart in under 1 min 45 sec
( just over a liter)

Problem with HHO gas is that the more hydrogen you produce the more oxygen you also produce. More oxygen makes the ECU think the gas/air mix is too lean, and adds more fuel to compensate. Hence the need for tricks.
Generators which separate the two gases, allowing the oxygen to be discarded rather than burned in the engine, might be one possible alternative solution to problems arising from using combined HHO gas.
Check out the forum section for Hydrogen only.
11-29-2008 01:50 AM
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