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Zolar1 Offline
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Did you know that the Germans in WWII used naphthalene (AKA Mothballs) to stretch their diesel fuel supplies?
11-02-2008 06:23 PM
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You would be surprised at all the things you can run in a diesel.
11-02-2008 06:32 PM
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ran440 Wrote:Did wrap the plates. Check'em out.
http://community.webshots.com/album/5681...=community
Randy
I checked it out.
I said wrap PROPERLY, unfotunately the word wrapping is quite misleading, because our cells are not gifts.
wrapping/sealing in my dictionary means:
fill up one gap with water, if it seeps(in your case runs) to the neighbouring gaps ,then the wrapping is not good at all.
the fluid should not have contact with:
-the backs of the +- plates
-the connecting leads or SS strips.


My gen. produces 0.8LPM at 10.5A what a difference!?
6 cells, sealed (I tested it with the same method ,NO leaks)
11-02-2008 07:22 PM
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ran440 Wrote:Dang. So you're saying I need to be producing 7.3 L per min.
I was hoping to get by on 3 L per min. And I am barely making 1 L.

RAN440:

The formula is very simple: Sufficient HHO + EFIE = increased mpg. If you have a diesel you don't need an EFIE. HHO is no magical potent; it's essentially a catalyst, i.e. it burns your fuel more completely.

Look at it this way: the larger the animal the larger the lungs; why? It takes more O2 to keep the muscles expanding and contracting in a charging tiger than it does in my wife's tabby trying to catch a bird. Your 7.3L diesel is going to take a lot more HHO than my 3.0L Maxima. I have yet to see too much HHO; such that mpg drops. Increase your HHO output and you'll get the gains you're looking for.
11-02-2008 08:33 PM
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So I got my plates wrapped wrong a.


pimpa Wrote:
ran440 Wrote:Did wrap the plates. Check'em out.
http://community.webshots.com/album/5681...=community
Randy
I checked it out.
I said wrap PROPERLY, unfotunately the word wrapping is quite misleading, because our cells are not gifts.
wrapping/sealing in my dictionary means:
fill up one gap with water, if it seeps(in your case runs) to the neighbouring gaps ,then the wrapping is not good at all.
the fluid should not have contact with:
-the backs of the +- plates
-the connecting leads or SS strips.


My gen. produces 0.8LPM at 10.5A what a difference!?
6 cells, sealed (I tested it with the same method ,NO leaks)
11-03-2008 02:51 AM
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Ran, page not found.

Also, newer diesels DO have oxygen sensors, and computers.
11-03-2008 04:30 AM
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