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Question Re: Outboard motor application
For my 115hp, 4 cycle Yamaha outboard boat motor, it seems that I only need a HHO generator.... I cannot find any o2 sensor or feedback mechanism to the fuel injectors.....

So I'm thinking " Just shove a tube(maybe with a diffuser) into the air intake...

Question: Is this a correct method???

TIA
05-02-2008 10:27 AM
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I strongly recommend a bubbler. This is the flash arrestor you'll need. After that, just make sure that you get the gas as close to the intake as possible to minimize lost gas.

Also, make sure that HHO production cannot occur when the engine is not running. You'll need some kind of relay for this, and a circuit that is only hot when the engine is running.

Please let us know how this works for you. I'm not sure how you can do mileage comparisons, but maybe you have a known route that takes a known amount of gas. I'm curious how this works in an outboard motor.

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05-02-2008 07:10 PM
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Thanks Mike,

I DO anticipate installing a bubbler.....

I have made a HHO generator from four SS electrical cover plates submerged in water w/ baking soda.... It gens..... Yesterday, while showing it to my fishing bud, I lit the end tube and it went BOOM!!!!

There, according to my Yamaha expert, is an O2 sensor somewhere in the air intake. I've got to get the HHO insertion past that sensor. Also, there is not an O2 sensor and feedback mechanism in the exhaust system.

I'll try to measure the output today. Its about 1.6 L engine... I'm trying for about 1.25 to 1.5 Lper minute... I cannot defend this number.

It will be very difficult to get accurate numbers on the mileage benefit. The tank fills differently at different orientations at different stations.... It seems to me that, if I get redline speeds at less than full throttle, then thats good...... Does this make reasonable sense????
05-03-2008 05:18 AM
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I have built a 3 cell series hho generator using ss wall plates 1 tablespon full of baking soda per gal distille water if youdont us a pwm it will not produce browns gas but will heat up have built a pwm andmy generator runs 120 degrees now did agas volume test it seem to be producing 1 gal of gas every 6 minutes threw the container filled with hydrogen gas in a fire what a big boom am now installing on my dsiel truck in front of the raditer and using a bubbler have thought of putting one on my boat also have a couple of good ideals a some good fuel mixture will increase you 4 mpg alone let me know your results
05-03-2008 09:13 AM
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Sure. You should be able to feel the difference. That sensor and feedback system may not be a problem with an outboard motor. You'll have to let us know how it works out.

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05-03-2008 09:15 AM
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1.25 to 1.5 Lper minute seems like a lot of gas for a 125 hp motor.

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05-03-2008 03:01 PM
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What is a pwm????

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05-04-2008 04:23 AM
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a pwm is a device that pulses the dc current where by you make browns gas and your cell will not heat up and produce steam you can make one for 28 dollars at hydrogen garage good site i built one in about 1 hour it lets you control your amps and pulses the current read browns gas book 1 a must have if you want to learn about this gas
05-04-2008 05:33 AM
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You can find one here.

I ordered the kit with box last night. Last minute I removed the clear educational cell from my shopping cart. Decided I hadn't played with my cell enough.

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05-04-2008 05:57 AM
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colchiro Wrote:You can find one here.

I ordered the kit with box last night. Last minute I removed the clear educational cell from my shopping cart. Decided I hadn't played with my cell enough.
if you get he u soider kit will need some strong glasses to see circurtes board small but you can do it
go t eagles-research .com get browns gas book one this will help you out i would get is book andad before i do any thing else it helped me
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05-04-2008 06:45 AM
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