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Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
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Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
I have a '90 Ford Probe GT turbo and will be installing a HHO system. I'm curious if anyone has any info or experience with installing the HHO systems on engines with a turbo.

What effect does the turbo have when it comes to sensors?
Do I need to inject the HHO before or after the turbo?

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05-20-2009 10:33 AM
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RE: Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
There's no difference as regards the electronics for your Turbo. You'll still need to treat your sensors the same way. The documents (at fuelsaver-mpg.com) about the ECU and sensor modifications from our main web site all apply.

As to whether to introduce before or after the turbo, I think that's a question for your HHO generator maker. I would think you'd want to put it in before the turbo because of the increased pressure after the turbo.

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05-20-2009 10:43 AM
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RE: Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
Thanks,

I will be keeping you up to date on the install and the set up for this car. I was thinking that it should go in before the turbo and then also at the pcv valve on the intake, but this time I have a trap for the line to keep the yuk from the engine out of the intake.

It should proove to be an even better setup than the last Probe we installed. But we are still looking for a good after market alternater with more than 75 amps lol which is the only one you can buy from normal part shops.

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05-20-2009 02:47 PM
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RE: Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
Hi
From our experience you have to put the vacuum hose in before the turbo in all situations, especially if it has an intercooler. There is virtually no vacuum after the turbo and it can draw all the electrolyte into your engine on full turbo boost. Not good. We push the hose in as close to the turbo as possible making sure not to touch the vanes of the turbo itself. Leave a 1 inch gap.

http://www.water-fuel hybrid.com. We are Europes largest installer of HHO systems.www.hydrotechnix.com
05-21-2009 09:38 AM
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RE: Has anyone Installed a system with a turbo ?
Thanks for that info. I will be taking your advice. I have been having great success with injecting the HHO at both the intake side for accelleration and the PCV valve line close to the manifold for low idle conditions.

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05-21-2009 10:50 AM
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