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Help me build an HHO today
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RE: Help me build an HHO today
Put them anywhere...well maybe not in the interior Smile I think I'm going to put the next one for my Toyota p/u in the bed inside of a secure box. Maybe a tool box, been wanting one of those anyway, good excuse.

The one I'm building at the moment will be going in the trunk of my Infiniti Q45. Partially because of space but also because I happen to have a rear mounted turbo so the air filter is back there already. Looking forward to getting some good results on this car. 400+ hp and high mpg, that's what I'm talking about!

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06-18-2008 08:52 PM
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RE: Help me build an HHO today
Wow... I am lost on this whole thing. It seems so simple but I just dont get it.

I have read smacksboosters guide 3 times now and still dont get it.

Anybody have a picture guide or even better a video?



BTW - Hi. I am new here.
06-18-2008 11:00 PM
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Welcome! Well there is a lot of information to digest. I've been at it for about 2 years now. Do you have any specific questions? One thing to keep in mind is that any one source isn't the final word on this technology. Smacksboosters are decent but certainly not at the top of my list. There are many variations of HHO generators and some work, some don't. If I had to suggest one source to learn about this subject it would have to be from Eagle Research/George Wiseman. He's been at it for years. Three good reads are his HyZor manual, Browns Gas Book 1, and Browns Gas Book 2. Well worth the investment. Go to http://www.eagle-research.com

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06-18-2008 11:15 PM
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RE: Help me build an HHO today
qsiguy Wrote:Welcome! Well there is a lot of information to digest. I've been at it for about 2 years now. Do you have any specific questions? One thing to keep in mind is that any one source isn't the final word on this technology. Smacksboosters are decent but certainly not at the top of my list. There are many variations of HHO generators and some work, some don't. If I had to suggest one source to learn about this subject it would have to be from Eagle Research/George Wiseman. He's been at it for years. Three good reads are his HyZor manual, Browns Gas Book 1, and Browns Gas Book 2. Well worth the investment. Go to http://www.eagle-research.com


Thanks for the quick responce. I am looking at his site now.

I am lost pretty much from the start. I am interested in getting the best DIY manual I can find. Simple but effective.
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06-18-2008 11:20 PM
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If I had to pick one it would definitely be the HyZor manual if you plan to use this in a car.

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