Bruce Wrote:Hello Everyone,
We just had a ground breaking event at Fuel Saver-MPG. We now have a data base with almost instant access to..
1. Determining whether a vehicle has a wide band or narrow band sensor.
2. How many O2 sensors a vehicle has upstream of the catalytic converter.
3. What configuration of other sensors that a vehicle has that input to the ECU.
4. We can tell you right away now which EFIE can be used on your vehicle.
All of this used to require some involved research in the case of many vehicles but now we can determine it in just a few minutes.
So if any of our customers, or even if you are not a customer, and would like to know what you have or what type EFIE you need just email your make/model/year/engine information to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce, Rick (colchiro) sent me. My primary question has to do with the O2 sensors that my vehicle is equipped with and whether or not they are compatable with your EFIE unit(S). I was quite dismayed to find that my sensors were 4 wire units, but perked up a bit when I found that they are Hego sensors. Rick gave me the final boost of encouragement when he told me that they are the heated type and were more than likely compatable; however, he advised that I check with you for the final word. So, here I am with my hat in my hand AND several questions, I hope that you can find the time to answer them.
Vehicle: '98 Lincoln MK-8 LSC, 4.6 litre V-8
1) Your response to "gpprotection" regarding his Towncar may also apply to my vehicle, but, to be certain, I'm compelled to ask if the Hego sensors are, indeed, compatable with your EFIE.
2) I have purchased the Gas4Free plans, however, after several unanswered inquiries to their tech support (no response in two weeks and still counting) and reading similar complaints from SEVERAL of your subscibers, I'm beginning to question whether or not I "picked the right Horse." Additionally, I've read on your forum that many people are having difficulty with blowing fuses (units drawing mass amps) and the units heating up. I've tried to do my homework on my HHO project and noted that the units that seem to be the most successful and efficient integrate neutral plates in their electolyzers and I'm a bit surprised to find that the Gas4Free cells don't call for any neutral plates at all. Should I be looking elsewhere Bruce? If so, where do I look and will your EFIE work with other designs? It seems more than apparent that fuel-savers has a relationship with Gas4Free, so this may be a sensative question, but it is one that begs to be asked. This is a totally new concept to me and I'm sure a host of others, so reliable tech support is an absolute MUST. The promised "48 hr." response time is simply fiction and, in addition to the above issues, this is why I ask.
3) Lastly, I was given the impression that Gas4Free would also provide a parts list and schematics for a EFIE. They list the number of components required, but don't specify what they are, nor do they provide the schematics. I suspect the unit in question is yours, so, with the hope that there is no harm in the asking, my question is whether or not fuel-savers will provide the schematics and parts list? There's no offense intended and I'm not trying do 'dig into your pockets", but I'm quite comfortable with circuitry and was rather looking forward to building my own unit. If it's not in the cards, so be it.
You folks have created a great forum Bruce, I can't imagine any visitor to this site not coming away with useful information. Keep up the good work.
Best Regards, Lance