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Could this be Possible?
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jameslb71 Offline
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Could this be Possible?
Fuel-Savers,
I have recently obtained an '86' Honda Elite 80 Scooter. The fuel tank is sour. Gas been sitting in the tank for years. I was wondering if instead of buying a $140 fuel tank, if i could instead use HHO as the Primary and ONLY fuel delivery to the carburetor. It's a scooter so I'm thinking the fuel/HHO requirement would be low. It suppose to get => 100mpg with gas. Would love to get the same or better MPG using HHO ONLY. Wanted to run it thru the think tank and get some thoughts/ideas. Tell me what you think. Could it be possible?

Here are some general specs of the scooter..

http://www3.telus.net/dougsimpson/Elite_80.html

JB
07-17-2008 08:01 AM
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Sorry to tell you this, but it won't work. in order to run the electrolyzer you will need more electricity than your alternator can provide, even if you had a very large alternator the engine simply cannot produce the power required to run the alternator.
A gas engine is not very efficient when it come to turning heat into mechanical energy. It just doesn't work, but good question!

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07-17-2008 10:52 AM
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Just clean the tank. Why buy another one when you can take the old one off, clean it, put it back on, and be good to go?
07-18-2008 04:07 AM
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AlexR Wrote:Sorry to tell you this, but it won't work. in order to run the electrolyzer you will need more electricity than your alternator can provide, even if you had a very large alternator the engine simply cannot produce the power required to run the alternator.
A gas engine is not very efficient when it come to turning heat into mechanical energy. It just doesn't work, but good question!

Hello Jameslb71
I would like to bring to your attention about the Joe-cell information on the web.It takes some home work to read and understand, but it may be a solution to what you are seeking. Peswiki .com would be the place to start looking.keep an open mind and it may take you where you want go,good luck. I may be building one myself soon.

fly346
(This post was last modified: 07-19-2008 07:58 AM by fly346.)
07-19-2008 07:43 AM
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