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Hi all I'm new here. I'm working on a generator prototype for my 99 ford escort zx2 I'm wondering if anyone has done this vehicle or a zx2 In general I'm in the process of figuring out which efie I need maybe someone might know without me having to jack up my car ha ha I've looked in my chilton but no luck I guess I'll have to look under . But if anyone has any insight on this particular vehicle it would be appreciated. Thank you
01-15-2011 05:48 PM
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Hi Krizno,

We'll look that up for you on our Alldata subscription. Its a standard service. You aren't obliged to buy an EFIE from us for using the service either. But we will tell you what type and how many sensor you have. I would do it here, but there isn't enough information. Just fill out the form at this link, and we'll answer up within 1 business day. http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/store/sensor-request-form

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01-17-2011 02:04 PM
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Thanks just did! I made the blue print for my cell last night but not sure what I want to use as the cell housing. Any ideas I'm going to run 10 plates total +nn-nn+nn- does this seem like an ok cell?
01-17-2011 05:22 PM
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That's 4 volts per gap, and that's pretty high. YOu might want to try something like: +nnn-nnn+

That's only 9 plates, but gets your plate to plate voltage down to about 3 volts. Ideally you'll get it down closer to 2 volts for optimum performance. Too high of a plate to plate voltage will cause your system to run hot, and make steam. You want to avoid this as much as possible.

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01-17-2011 08:03 PM
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How do you figure the voltage per plate?
Oh and another question couldn't you ground it directly to the battery instead of somewhere on the car?
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01-17-2011 09:25 PM
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Just divide the voltage on your plus and minus plates but the number of gaps between plates. Your original configuration had 2 plates between the + and - plates, and that creates 3 gaps. 12 volts divided by 3 gaps = 4 volts per gap.

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01-18-2011 06:56 PM
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Hey guys, welcome to the forum, whats up here, is this your first tour here, if it is then Welcome towards mine side to all.

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06-03-2011 07:21 AM
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