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Final Report on Buick LeSabre 3.8L Hybrid

Average 40mpg when in Cruise control and this is where the real savings are found in vehicles at constant RPM.

EPA reports when new: City 17, Combined 21, Hiway 27
Actual reports + HHO : Combined 33, Hiway 40

No PWM, No EFIE, No HCS, No H2 Only Just HHO @ 20 Amps = 1.25 lpm
using a 25 plate dry cell at 15% KOH and my vacuum assist reservoir
injecting HHO into the Air Filter Housing.

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(This post was last modified: 02-08-2013 06:38 PM by amos33.)
02-08-2013 06:37 PM
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What is the vacuum assist reservoir you are using, and how do you have it configured with your HHO cell?
04-15-2013 12:38 PM
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I consider this an advance in HHO techology by providing natural vacuum assist to the reservoir and bubbler.

Both the Reservoir and the Bubbler are 2 quart capacities. The reservoir which circulates the electrolyte has an additional port that uses a one way check valvue to allow air in, with a water seal, thus equalizing the pressure during cool down to prevent the reservoir to suck water out of the bubbler back into the reservoir. In addition foaming is reduced and it allows extra hho at acceleration from a half full bubbler.

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04-15-2013 07:32 PM
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Want to share this with the group. I have a 1998 Buick LeSabre V6 3800 engine with 92,000 miles on it. I get fairly good results.

I suggest that users install their HHO systems and work out the bugs first for say 500 miles before adjusting OEM equipment. For example, I start my engine and HHO system at the same time. This lets the MAF Sensor adjust the ECU while in Open Loop as regards fuel mass delivery.

I get my savings at 90 KPH in Cruise Control at a minimum distance of 10 miles on county roads. I run a 13 plate dry cell at 15 amps and
back in 1998, the EPA said my car would get 21 mpg Combined city/hiway. I get 34 mpg Combined. I am of the opinion we should produce 2 lpm @ 25 Amps and run at constant RPM over distance to get real gains. But for the time being, my little buick seems to like 1 lpm at 90 KPH.

I have no PWM, no EFIE and no Volo Chip. I am not opposed to these devices, but with my gains, I'll stay where I am. My average operating temperature is 194F but without HHO it should be 200F or higher.

Hope this info is helpful...I have learned much here in this forum, keep up the good work folks. I no longer consider myself a newbie to HHO and perhaps it's time for me to move on to other technologies...

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07-11-2013 01:28 PM
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This just in...
"About saving case...... was on a: Freightliner Model M2 112 year 2011

Motor: Detroit Diesel 12.800 c.c. and 350HP.

details of install:

PWM: 10 A.

Map/Maf: NO.

Electrolyte: caustic soda : 500 grs. App. in 10 lts of distilled water.

SAVINGS: 16,87%.

Alberto in Chile
Using Fuel Saver MPG Hydrogen Assist Kit for Semis
08-12-2013 08:45 AM
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