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Dry Cell Being Installed (Photos)
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Dry Cell Being Installed (Photos)
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11-15-2008 01:02 PM
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Nice looking cell. Man that's a lot of plates.

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11-15-2008 01:21 PM
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very nice cell. good job. blah, i'll say it, great job.
11-15-2008 06:38 PM
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DodgeViper Wrote:As you can see everything will be neatly behind the front bumper with the last bubbler inside the hood mounted on the firewall. The final bubbler will have a sarran wrap blow plug as well. The final assembly will be made once I have the entire bracket made and it has been powered coated. I have yet to decide where the PWM will mount but it needs to be under the hood and so that I can make adjustments to the pots.

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With the line: "THIS TRUCK RUNS ON WATER" on the back of cab, you fall in the same category as the "nut job" in the video. You and I know that your truck does NOT "RUN" on water, and the line: "hydrogen powered hybrid" on the tailgate does NOT compensate for the bold lying on the cab.
11-16-2008 06:30 AM
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mattsauto Wrote:With the line: "THIS TRUCK RUNS ON WATER" on the back of cab, you fall in the same category as the "nut job" in the video. You and I know that your truck does NOT "RUN" on water, and the line: "hydrogen powered hybrid" on the tailgate does NOT compensate for the bold lying on the cab.

Did you ever stop to think that, just maybe, with bigger tyres, as flotation aids, this truck may just run on water.Tongue
11-16-2008 06:59 AM
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benny Wrote:
mattsauto Wrote:With the line: "THIS TRUCK RUNS ON WATER" on the back of cab, you fall in the same category as the "nut job" in the video. You and I know that your truck does NOT "RUN" on water, and the line: "hydrogen powered hybrid" on the tailgate does NOT compensate for the bold lying on the cab.

Did you ever stop to think that, just maybe, with bigger tyres, as flotation aids, this truck may just run on water.Tongue

With the line: "THIS TRUCK RUNS ON WATER" on the back of cab, you fall in the same category as the "nut job" in the video. You and I know that your truck does NOT "RUN" on water, and the line: "hydrogen powered hybrid" on the tailgate does NOT compensate for the bold lying on the cab.

But the truck does run on water... It's a play on words... Remember without water in the radiator the truck does not run period or will not run very long. So no lying on my part... It's all about how you and others want to perceive the wording.

If nothing else it has gotten more people intersted and wanting to learn more about HHO... I have had a number of business cards placed on the truck wanting information. I gladly forward them links that I have in my database. Its up to them to proceed forward.

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11-16-2008 07:52 AM
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In DodgeViper's defense, his truck DOES run on water AND fuel.. but the fuel part is a no brainer... so how is the decal on the back of the cab lying??

it clearly doesn't say "this truck runs ONLY on water"

so in my opinion, it's not lying.

just my .02
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11-16-2008 08:03 AM
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Whatever the case...Nice install!...did you buy or build that cell?...whats the output of that beast?...Gonna use a pump or just self recirc?...Looks good man!...I bet you get alot of people checking out that sticker!...
11-16-2008 03:22 PM
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The cell is made by Sid Young. In fact I received this email from Sid today.

Greetings

I just received the following email message relative to the HHO games in Florida:

"Sid

I was at the hho games and I got the cell tested here you go. Thanx again it was the highest output at the show!

Sid Young Dry Cell

take care

Jim pardo"


More to follow.

Sid Young
27054 Carrie CT.
Mechanicsville MD 20659
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11-16-2008 03:37 PM
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Man, those Rams have a LOT of room in front! Chevy is a lot stingier. All I could fit was my little radiator.
11-16-2008 04:30 PM
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