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Rule Amps = HHO?
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Rule Amps = HHO?
Hello All this is my first post . I need to know how much hho and at what amp load? I have a Xterra with a 3.3 V6 . I understand that you can have a out put of two lpm but if you are pulling to much amps you will not see the gane of the hho . Is there a rule Amps = HHO? I know we all want the most hho for the less amp draw. I have no clue what to shoot for with out being to low or high.

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(This post was last modified: 06-30-2008 02:06 PM by loving it.)
06-30-2008 01:41 PM
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RE: Rule Amps = HHO?
most try to shoot for around 1lpm at 10 amps, give or take
06-30-2008 02:34 PM
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RE: Rule Amps = HHO?
tjh566 Wrote:most try to shoot for around 1lpm at 10 amps, give or take

Thanks I need to work on a new cell . I have a 5cell in a water filter joes cell-+-+-. its not doing so good . at best 500 mlp at like 25 amps.

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06-30-2008 03:01 PM
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