Mike when I installed the Brownâ€™s Gas unit on my 1992 Ford F 150 pickup I decided to use the two fuel tanks to perform MPG test. I ran the back tank until the engine stopped running. At that point I added one measured gallon of fuel to the empty tank and proceeded to drive to a predetermined starting point to begin my test burning fuel from the front tank. I picked a point on a divided four lane highway where I could drive north for twelve miles and then cross to the southbound lanes heading back to my starting point while running on the back tank with the measured fuel. I traveled the exact same route repeatedly with the cruise control set at 60 mph and experienced the following:
Without the Brownâ€™s Gas from the HHO unit, 4 test 17.8 MPG average
With the Brownâ€™s Gas from the HHO unit, 2 test 17.2 MPG average
This was a 3% decrease in MPG.
At this point I installed the EFIE I purchased from you. My initial reading from that unit after increasing the value added by EFIE to 400 were as follows:
Black port to vehicle ground (Oxygen Sensor level) 110 mv
Red port to vehicle ground (Value computer is receiving) 380 mv
Red port to Black port (Value EFIE is adding to O2 sensor level) 370 mv
Without Brownâ€™s Gas, 3 test 16.9 MPG average
With Browns Gas, 2 test 18.65 MPG average
This was a 10% increase in MPG, still not satisfactory.
Took my truck to a shop and had them hook their computer to the truck and they reported that the O2 sensor was running around 440 mv.
When the Brownâ€™s Gas was injected the O2 reading was reduced, indicating the presence of more oxygen.
When the EFIE was turned on the value to the computer was increased but not by the 400 mv I had set the EFIE unit to.
The computer did not report any errors.
I failed to take my Volt Meter with me to check the ports. This was a mistake.
Returned home and checked the ports again with reading at idle and 1600 rpm.
Idle 1600 rpm
Black to vehicle ground (O2 sensor) 180 to 440 200 to 610
190 to 690
Red to vehicle ground (Value to computer) 33 to 187 470 to 760
440 to 900
460 to 900
Black port to red port 300 300
Adjusted the EFIE to:
300 1 gallon with HHO 16.4 mpg
200 1 gallon with HHO 18 mpg
150 1 gallon with HHO 20.2
With the above 150 setting I ran 108.8 miles using 6.3 gallons of fuel 17.3 mpg
I am doing this testing so I can have positive results that I can talk about at my booth in a Fall Festival this weekend. My time is running out and my faith in all of this technology is on a down hill slide. Any testing I do today will have to be on one gallon quantities.
The mechanic using the computer yesterday said that the computer reacts to the O2 information very quickly. Since the values the computer receives are constantly changing it must use an average. That is so stated in this article: http://www.autotap.com/OXYGENSENSORS/ppc...nsors.html
Many other users are experiencing good results with this technology so I must be doing something wrong. I just wished I were not so pressed for results quickly.