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PCV Enhancer
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Question PCV Enhancer
Did anyone tried PCV enhancer? please check this links;

Product Information: The idea of the PCV Valve in your car is better than nothing, but not good enough. And that's where the PCV Enhancer can help:

1. It filters OUT the sludge. It keeps your oil, engine and spark plugs cleaner, thus allowing your engine to have a much longer life,

2. It condenses the water out of the crankcase where we do NOT want it.

If there are burnable gases flowing through, the PCV enhcancer is designed not to stop them but to allow them through, thus enabling a better and cleaner recycling of gases. Only oils, sludge and water will be stopped.


http://hhoexposed.com/HHO-PCV-Enhancer.html

http://glacierfuelsavers.com/store/index...oductId=14

http://easywatercar.com/kayakosupport/in...30&nav=0,1

http://rhodeisland.kijiji.com/c-Cars-veh...dZ71037124
10-08-2008 08:45 AM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
FYI-
Fond somethings similiar on the same topic; check this out...

http://www.condensator.com/



tbhavsar Wrote:Did anyone tried PCV enhancer? please check this links;

Product Information: The idea of the PCV Valve in your car is better than nothing, but not good enough. And that's where the PCV Enhancer can help:

1. It filters OUT the sludge. It keeps your oil, engine and spark plugs cleaner, thus allowing your engine to have a much longer life,

2. It condenses the water out of the crankcase where we do NOT want it.

If there are burnable gases flowing through, the PCV enhcancer is designed not to stop them but to allow them through, thus enabling a better and cleaner recycling of gases. Only oils, sludge and water will be stopped.


http://hhoexposed.com/HHO-PCV-Enhancer.html

http://glacierfuelsavers.com/store/index...oductId=14

http://easywatercar.com/kayakosupport/in...30&nav=0,1

http://rhodeisland.kijiji.com/c-Cars-veh...dZ71037124
10-12-2008 06:12 PM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
Its very intresting, and i would say its a good thing. And, it might even give you mileage gains. From what im reading, its around 2 or 4 mpgs. Which again isnt bad. Not at all. Since im needing only a few mpg, perhaps i should try this.....
any ideas on how to build one? Like would an oil filter work for say a lawn tractor or something of that nature? I mean, i gotta think the only thing its stoping is the oil, primarily. The other gasses that might be there i dont see those getting cycled out, out of any of those links you show. Im thinking just a small inline oil filter would do the trick, again, lawn tractor, small motorcycle.....etc.
10-12-2008 06:32 PM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
howiemandel Wrote:Its very intresting, and i would say its a good thing. And, it might even give you mileage gains. From what im reading, its around 2 or 4 mpgs. Which again isnt bad. Not at all. Since im needing only a few mpg, perhaps i should try this.....
any ideas on how to build one? Like would an oil filter work for say a lawn tractor or something of that nature? I mean, i gotta think the only thing its stoping is the oil, primarily. The other gasses that might be there i dont see those getting cycled out, out of any of those links you show. Im thinking just a small inline oil filter would do the trick, again, lawn tractor, small motorcycle.....etc.

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http://www.ivantic.net/Energija/Gas-Savi...niques.pdf
10-13-2008 05:56 AM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
If filtering oil vapors is your biggest concern, you can disconnect the intake manifold end and insert it in a recipient fixed to car's body (eco method). You can also use a longer hose and dump all vapors under the car (non eco method).

You get fuel savings if instead putting a cap to intake manifold port (now open), you connect a vacuum gauge and use it while driving for maximum vacuum.

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12-27-2012 07:45 AM
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Hey masster, what are you saying here? Please explain it in more detail. I have my PCV exhaust going to a ja r(where it dumps the oil), and the remaining air going into my air cleaner pan. How does the vacuum gauge help in such a situation?
12-28-2012 06:34 AM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
I had one installed on my 65 New Yorker and it did a good job of filtering out the blow-by oil. It will help to keep your plugs clean. It won't have anything to do with your mileage.
I also put it on my 75 Volvo and it collected nothing because there wasn't any oil blow-by.
My guess is on the newer cars, it won't have any effect because of lack of oil blow-by.
I still have it if someone is interested in trying it out on their older car-$15.00 + shipping.
12-28-2012 07:53 AM
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RE: PCV Enhancer
(12-28-2012 06:34 AM)hhofox Wrote:  Hey masster, what are you saying here? Please explain it in more detail. I have my PCV exhaust going to a ja r(where it dumps the oil), and the remaining air going into my air cleaner pan. How does the vacuum gauge help in such a situation?
I thought everything is obvious. But I'll make one last try.

[Image: pcv_zps1be24871.jpg]

Vent hose 2 is usually installed like in the figure above (Throttle body = carburetor on carburetor engines). PCV is making a mess on spark plugs only when piston rings are already gone.

Instead of buying a PCV 'enhancer' (which is a sham) you simply disconnect vent hose 2 from air intake plenum (intake manifold) and dump it in a bottle/jar. Note: I couldn't have guessed you have already cut that hose.

So now we have a free (unoccupied) vacuum port. Instead of just putting a cap on it for not sucking dirt and instead buying that 'enhancer', better invest in a vacuum gauge attached to that free port and install it on your dashboard to give you useful information about an economical driving style. I find that more practical than buying a plastic toy with colored glass marbles in it. Filtering oil gases is your last worry when rings are bye-bye.

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12-28-2012 09:10 AM
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