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My old truck
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My old truck
So I'm having to put a cat on my old 74 dodge W100 to get it to pass the Colorado state emmition test. I failed it 2 time because of high CO %.
It was close at 2500 last time after we changed the rods in carter BBD and advanced the timing but fail because I sat in line for 20 minutes I think that is why the CO was at 5.64 3 is passing.
Once it is done I plan on putting my HHO on it to really see the effects of the HHO where I have no computer to fool. Any thought will be welcome on how much I will have make and any tuning tips. It has a 225 Slant in it came out with a 360 boat anchor moter that got 10 on a good day being towed lol. The slant was getting 17 on the highway will see if I can get that 20+ .

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04-10-2013 06:18 PM
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put the HHO system on and forget the cat. You'll blow the test away.

Retard the timing when you use HHO. It's like using higher octane fuel.

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04-10-2013 06:52 PM
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Well got through the emmisions test with cat on. Getting it plated on the 17th and then start the tuning with HHO yay.
04-13-2013 07:15 PM
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(06-12-2013 11:01 AM)Caitlyn Jose Wrote:  I never drive a truck in my whole life but really want to have this experience before dying. Actually i like heavy machines they have great power and it's awesome.

Hi Caitlyn, modern trucks are not so difficult to drive and are mostly the same as a sedan. Just a little of dynamics vary, especially during hard cornering; otherwise, rest is just fine. Even I had a bit of a phobia for heavy machinery, but my friend’s JCB with front bucket and backhoe was quite easy to drive and maneuver. Hope you get your hands on one. Good luck!

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