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Glass Unit HELP!!!
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CowboyMan Offline
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Glass Unit HELP!!!
Guys I got my generator from http://www.hydrogenfrog.com
I just am not getting any results. I finaly got my map enhancer
put on last night. I was 19 MPG now I am at 21 MPG.
I don't think the unit puts out enough hydrogen.
I got a glass jar unit with 2 SS carriage bolts in it.
You can see it bubble and can see the smoke, but I just don't think I am getting the HHO my truck needs.

1997 Dodge Dakota
3.9L V6 4x4
45,000 Miles On 2nd Engine.

Anybody got any advice for me?

What should I try next?

Do I need to try and build a better generator you think?

Charlie
07-29-2008 05:35 AM
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RE: Glass Unit HELP!!!
Charlie I would say yes you need to build a better generator look at some of the examples on this site and on youtube. Plates seem to be the best design in most cases just look around.
you need to check the liters per min. you are getting to this would help you deide what to do.

Hope this helps
Rusty
07-29-2008 05:59 AM
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Thanks Rusty

I am thinking about the smack. Had any experience with that?
07-29-2008 06:54 AM
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No Sir I have built my on and am now experimenting sorry.

Rusty
07-29-2008 08:00 AM
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CowboyMan Wrote:Thanks Rusty

I am thinking about the smack. Had any experience with that?

Cowboy,
Try tightening your lid(s) down on the jar as tight as you can go. Don't use teflon tape either on this test. I did this on my three and this allows the HHO to actually go where it should be going...into the motor and not into thin air...
07-29-2008 04:25 PM
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RE: Glass Unit HELP!!!
Well, for $50 you could get a much more efficient commercial design: http://hydroreactors.com/index_files/Page577.htm

FWIW, this is probably about 6 times more efficient than a working version of your glass jar.

Rick

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07-29-2008 04:32 PM
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colchiro Wrote:Well, for $50 you could get a much more efficient commercial design: http://hydroreactors.com/index_files/Page577.htm

FWIW, this is probably about 6 times more efficient than a working version of your glass jar.

Hey Rick do you know of anyone using one of these units yet?
07-29-2008 06:03 PM
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I know two people that have ordered them, but no-one that has one yet.

They claim HR1 (their next version, $400), due in a few weeks, will support A-F sensors.Hmm

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07-29-2008 06:12 PM
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Thanks Guys.

I am going to build me a smack. I went to Lowes last night and got all the parts except the nuts and bolts. When I get it hooked up i will let you know how it goes.

Charlie
07-30-2008 03:54 AM
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colchiro Wrote:Well, for $50 you could get a much more efficient commercial design: http://hydroreactors.com/index_files/Page577.htm

FWIW, this is probably about 6 times more efficient than a working version of your glass jar.

Would this generator work with a gravity fed reservoir?
07-30-2008 09:48 AM
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