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HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
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HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
I installed the hho system from water4gas and Mikes delux single efie on my 2001 Honda S2000 and I can safely say that after my first tank, I went from avg. 27 mpg to 40. My tank holds 10 gallons so it's easy to convert the 270 miles per tank I was getting to the new 400. I have kept mt voltage between 200mv and 250mv. My hho kit makes between 1 and 1.2 lpm. Its running on 12 volts and 15 amps (1/4 tsp baking soda). If anyone wants info on the install, feel free to ask. It's been a pain in the rear to figure all of this out the hard way and I would love to help another S2000 owner. Thanks Mike, I'm saving $1.30/gallon.
05-20-2008 05:23 PM
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RE: HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
WOW! Great resultsBig Grin
I'm almost finished with a Water4Gas hook up on my 1998 Suzuki 1500 Intruder LC Motorcycle (No Computer). I'll have to see how the spark plugs are burning, might have to go to a colder plugGasp
I'm also interested in hooking one up to my wifes 2004 Honda Accord Coupe. It's a 2.4 litre 4 cylinder. I wonder if its got a similar set up like your Honda?Confused
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05-20-2008 06:12 PM
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Bob, you might try hotter plugs. link.

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05-20-2008 06:33 PM
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RE: HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
I'm extremely glad to hear of your excellent mileage gain. I do have a question about your booster. I know that the W4G design uses spiral winding inside a glass jar. I've used these before. My own experience, as well as the experience of many others who have tried this system, has shown that these things are lucky to produce over 100 ml per minute. How in the world are you getting that kind of production?


gogetit Wrote:I installed the hho system from water4gas and Mikes delux single efie on my 2001 Honda S2000 and I can safely say that after my first tank, I went from avg. 27 mpg to 40. My tank holds 10 gallons so it's easy to convert the 270 miles per tank I was getting to the new 400. I have kept mt voltage between 200mv and 250mv. My hho kit makes between 1 and 1.2 lpm. Its running on 12 volts and 15 amps (1/4 tsp baking soda). If anyone wants info on the install, feel free to ask. It's been a pain in the rear to figure all of this out the hard way and I would love to help another S2000 owner. Thanks Mike, I'm saving $1.30/gallon.
05-20-2008 09:21 PM
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After 60 miles today with the water4gas unit mounted on my motorcycle it melted downShocked It might have been my faultConfused I went by smacks instructions on his booster which probably does not apply to this simple spiraled wire design to add Sodium Hydroxide till the amps reach 20 when it is heated up. It looks like the Anode really cooked on the inside of the cap, and the lexan structure was really melted down, and the glass jar cracked. No blown fuse so it had to be overheatingGasp
Has anyone tried the stainless threaded rod version of these?
I have to question whether these units can really make a difference if they are not putting out that much gasConfused
What do you think these jars should run at for operating amps?
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05-21-2008 05:38 PM
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RE: HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
Bob, it's all about surface area so plates will do better than wires and plates about 1/8 inch apart seems to do best.... close enough to make gas, but far apart enough so the bubbles can escape. Sand or grind a rough crosshatch pattern on them and make them 316L stainless and you'll do better. They'll run cooler with 5 or so neutral plates between, but best would be several (7?) sets with their own electrolyte and wired in series.

OTOH, your cell with only about 5 amps, might have done ok since a small engine doesn't need tons of gas.

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05-21-2008 06:06 PM
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I made another generator with a Maxwell house jar, I added an 1/8" of lexan to the top to reinforce, with 2, 2x3 pates suspended down into the jar. It puts out ok! Do you think I should add as many neutral plates between them as possible and should I space them 1/8" apart with nylon washers, or should I make multiple connections for a series type hook up?
05-22-2008 02:05 AM
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RE: HHO/EFIE On 2001 Honda S2000 - 27 to 40
Ozzie's W4G units aren't made to handle high amperage. They'll run fine around 2-3 amps or so. Perhaps they can go a little higher, but not much. As far as whether they produce enough gas to get mileage gains, I wouldn't think so. However, there are many people that have claimed gains, including Ozzie. I'm not going to belittle someone that's getting mileage gains, but I personally don't think much of Ozzie's W4G unit.


BroBob1 Wrote:After 60 miles today with the water4gas unit mounted on my motorcycle it melted downShocked It might have been my faultConfused I went by smacks instructions on his booster which probably does not apply to this simple spiraled wire design to add Sodium Hydroxide till the amps reach 20 when it is heated up. It looks like the Anode really cooked on the inside of the cap, and the lexan structure was really melted down, and the glass jar cracked. No blown fuse so it had to be overheatingGasp
Has anyone tried the stainless threaded rod version of these?
I have to question whether these units can really make a difference if they are not putting out that much gasConfused
What do you think these jars should run at for operating amps?
05-22-2008 02:25 AM
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gogetit Wrote:I installed the hho system from water4gas and Mikes delux single efie on my 2001 Honda S2000 and I can safely say that after my first tank, I went from avg. 27 mpg to 40. My tank holds 10 gallons so it's easy to convert the 270 miles per tank I was getting to the new 400. I have kept mt voltage between 200mv and 250mv. My hho kit makes between 1 and 1.2 lpm. Its running on 12 volts and 15 amps (1/4 tsp baking soda). If anyone wants info on the install, feel free to ask. It's been a pain in the rear to figure all of this out the hard way and I would love to help another S2000 owner. Thanks Mike, I'm saving $1.30/gallon.

We have another WINNER!!! CONGRATS!!!!

Big Grin

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05-22-2008 01:20 PM
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