RE: Driving for Fuel Efficiency.
I am new to the forum, but extremely experienced in my HHO experience with some brand new technologies that I have up my sleeve that actually make my gas more powerful than SM's as he used an electron stripper, which i have duplicated, used his electronics, etc., and since then, i have created my own technology that uses approximately 50 watts of power to create a steady flow of gas that utilizes Back EMF spikes to create the much more energetic HHO which I call BHHO fuel.
This is used as an additive, and I will be manufacturing my own boards and selling them starting November 15th to work with small HHO cells that incorporate two negative plates, 1 pos. plate, and no neutral plates in a wet cell because it will not work effectively in a dry cell situation without losing it's resonance.
The cell I created is a resonant cell, it's not a cavity, and it is specially tuned along with my electronics and inductors, super caps, etc., to operate at a lighter load which does not heat up.
We are working to include adjustments , which I will document in the owners manuals which will give the installer and user the correct adjustment ratios to get the great results we are seeing in our test vehicle with a Volo FS2 HHO chip. In a 2009 Pontiac G6, we are currently seeing 38 mpg in the city with absolutely 0 carbon emmissions, and 58-63 mpg on the highway. Of course, the Volo is not perfect, so, you have to try to keep the vehicle between 1800 and 2100 rpms, and it is slow driving so far until we come up with other solutions for mapping, MAF adjustments or efie mods, but, for the most part, we are seeing incredible gains for 1/8-1/4 lpm output. At 1/2 lpm, we are seeing less of a gain, but, I have a feeling it is due to the electronics and the gases produced. We currently have some very large bubbles created ion our cell using the back emf circuitry i have developed, and with the normal PWM with resonance, we have very fine bubbles. There is only one issue I have come across, and that is the fact that I have to modify the reservoir, add a pump, and some other safety measures, such as a very well built flashback arrestor, since the gas is so damn explosive. It won't just pop like cold HHO does, it grenades with a massive blast for just a 1/2" round bubble. The blast is so intense, it sounds like a gunshot with every explosion. I fill a water bottle up 1" from the top and pop it, it will usually split the plastic top in two pieces. A balloon is downright dangerous to blow up, it's minimally 10 times more explosive than ordinary hho and the fuel economy will prove it on an everyday basis.