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New Member. 1997 Dodge Dakota
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Hey Guys,

I got a few questions to ask. I just got my HHOO System setup on my 1997 Dodge Dakota.

I have a glass jar unit with 2 304 SS carriage bolts generating HHO gas. Using baking soda. (Thinking about switch to Sodium Hydroxied). My truck has one O2 sensor and one MAP sensor. I have no MAF sensor. I HATE THE BIG OIL COMPANIES. I am proven if it takes me 5 years to get my HHOO system to work.

I have only tried really only one mod. That mod is using a O2 extender for my O2 sensor. My MPG stayed the same.

1.) Will covering my O2 sensor with aluminum foil help any?
2.) Do I have to have a MAP Enhancer?
3.) Whats the best mix for eletrolite? Excuss my spelling I am a
Manufacturing Engineer and can't spell worth a crap. LOL
4.) Has anybody on this forum put a HHOO system on a 97 Dodge
Dakota?

Great forum people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We can only beat the BIG OIL COMPANIES if we help each other out. :-) I will difenetly share my results with people and be glad to.
07-24-2008 06:11 AM
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Could someone help me out please? I really could use some help.
07-24-2008 07:03 AM
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Can Anyone give me some adivce. :-(
07-24-2008 09:08 AM
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CowboyMan Wrote:Can Anyone give me some adivce. :-(
cowboy,go to the results section and look up wulfam,third post down.he started out without the efie , covering the o2 sensor with foil and it worked for him,not saying it's the right way but why knock it if it works.as for the glass and the bolts,i got no where with the glass and hated the heat from them,tried the bolts with very little results,switched to the hyzor system and have so far had good results but i am also buiding a smack to try on another car.the hyzore is on a 2002 chrysler t & c with a 3.8.go to this site and read,see chapter 10:
http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/
i think you will have better luck with the efie,mike sells them on this site.good luck
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07-24-2008 09:51 AM
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Hey CowboyMan

I'm some what new at this HHO thing to so give everybody a chance and they will responed to your post. I can tell you some things like, everybody saids the tin foil does not work (except Wulfram check him out) You need a EFIE for your O2 before you mess with the MAF from what I understand. Sodium Hydroxied is the best eletrolite to use in many ways. The mix varyes from cell to cell so you just have to experment on that. Can't help on the Dakota.

Rusty
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CowboyMan Wrote:Can Anyone give me some adivce. :-(

Cowboy,

give it some time... people will reply. Most people don't have access to a computer throughout the day so my guess people are working.

I would suggest you post more info... like your engine size, how much gas are you producing a minute, how many amps are you using. It could be possible you are producing very little gas for the size of your engine.

I believe you are on OBDII since its a 97, so chances are you will need to mod one or both of your sensors. The MAP is easy because you can build this yourself with parts you can find at any electronics shop. The EFIE I think is a little more complicated (building it yourself, so I would buy this one from Mike... I did) so if the MAP alone provides results, go for it.

- E.J.

"The difference between intelligence and stupidity is that intelligence has its limits."
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CowboyMan has left the building We were not fast enought I guess.
07-24-2008 10:08 AM
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Thanks guys I am sooooooooooo anxious I guess to get something working. LOL Thanks so much for the advice. :-)

Engine Size= 3.9L V6
Manual Trans
Only Found 1 O2 Sensor Before The Catilac Convertor.
I know for a fact I don't have a MAF Sensor.
I do have a MAP Sensor.

I also am wandering if the glass unit is the way to go.

As for how many liters of gas I am producing, how do I measure that?
07-24-2008 10:22 AM
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Using 30Amps.
07-24-2008 10:23 AM
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1 liter bottle full of water in a bucket of water upside down put HHO into 1 liter bottle and time how long it takes for the HHO to push the water out. 30 Amps is very high you need to get that down to at less 10 to 15 Hot.
07-24-2008 10:34 AM
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