(05-04-2014 05:22 AM)drive-h2o Wrote: very interesting strong magnets are dangerous and need lot of care. Where can we buy/install. I have motorcycle and I use HCS system make by plans that I gathered from this forum and fuel ionizer. But this is much simpler. Is it available word wide ?
I have only worked with motorcycles two different times. It was at the Suzuki and Harley Davidson motorcycle dealers. The positive units that go on the fuel lines are small "AFE-A (magnet and back plate) or AFE-S (two opposing magnets -- 7 times more powerful than the "A") and were hidden on fuel lines behind the carburetors. The reason you wouldn't use an "S" is that it might not fit in the space available. The MAE-B (two opposing magnets) or MAE-C (3 magnets in a triangle formation) were used inside the air box near the exit point.
Both dealers tested their bikes before and after on a Dynamometer. The Harley Davidson dealer who was on his bike during the test could feel the increased torque and was grinning ear to ear before seeing the results. They weren't interested in the fuel efficiency, but I told them with the additional "free" horsepower to move the motorcycle down the road, it would be burning less gasoline. He agreed with that.
Both dealers had similar results. The new Suzuki motorcycle that we tested was already sold. They called the owner and told him of the results and asked him if he wanted to leave the system installed on the bike for an added cost. When he heard the results he happily paid the extra fee.
The horsepower difference on the Suzuki was 16% while the Harley Davidson was 24%. If you installed a larger fuel unit like the HDFE-B, the electromotive force (EMF) would be increased and then so would the horsepower. However the HDFE-B is going to be too large for the motorcycle without showing up in plain view. If the fuel line could be extended and there were space like under the seat it would work.
One of my customers had a 1949 John Deere tractor that he used in a tractor pull competition. He told me he just needed 5% more horsepower and he could start winning races. Since the tractor was an open architecture like a motorcycle we would have to hide the units. He asked why he had to hide it. I said that when you all of a sudden start winning races others will start checking out your tractor to see what the difference is. They will be looking for nitro tanks
We extended the fuel like 19 feet and put 3 HDFE-B's fuel units in series under the seat (an enclosed area). The MAE-C air unit was mounted around the air intake which was in plain view on the right side of the engine, but then I took an empty coffee can and cut out the bottom end and then cut the can lengthwise. Then I wrapped the can around the air units, clamped it together with large hose clamps, stuffed steel wool into both ends and then painted the whole thing with John Deere green. Others thought it was some sort of air filter
We also installed a TCE-B on the water line under the front cap. This helps to saturate the EMF in the engine faster and to keep the cooling system scale free. I take pictures of every install, but could not in this case. He didn't want anyone to know what he had done.
Met his wife in the grocery store two months later. She thanked me. Asked her why and she said her husband won the next three races!
Dangerous magnets: I've asked customers to hold one half of a TCE-B in one hand and the the other half in the other hand. Then to slowly push them together. At about 6 inches away from each other they start to feel the resistance. At two inches they are having trouble closing the gap anymore
The only way to do it is to lock your fingers together and have some strong muscles to push them together. If they slipped from their hands they would fly through the air from the "explosion" of the two units opposing each other. I've also had a customer grab some nails and hold them in his hand with the opening facing down. Then I would put the magnet on the top of their hand and tell them to open their hand. They were astonished when no nails moved from their hand.
All of the systems are rare earth ceramic magnets coated in plastic to protect from corrosion. There is at least 3 magnets in each half. The HDFE has 6 as they are double stacked (industrial systems are triple stacked). I took a neodymium bar magnet with no coating and put it on the top of my arm and put another one on the bottom. Neodymium magnets are the strongest in the world. The magnets stuck to both sides of my arm, but they wanted to be together and somehow slipped to the side of my arm. They pinched my skin between them and with the force of the impact a small piece broke off and flew over to other hand and cut into it. There is no way to pull the magnets away from each other by hand. You need to use tools. I was in my car when I was playing around with them. The pain of the pinching skin was extreme, but I pulled the key out of the ignition and used it to pry the two halves away from each other for a moment. It still tore off some of my skin. I have the scar on my arm to this day. I will never "fool around" with raw magnets again.
For ordering information and pricing, send a message to email@example.com . As I said before. I don't advertise on the Internet. I got my hands full locally. When the Department of Transportation said they wanted me to convert the fuel systems on over 1500 trucks after I saved them 1255 gallons of diesel fuel in 11 months on one truck, my time was very limited