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Cool CHECK THIS OUT....
HEY EVERY ONE .... CHECK THIS SITE OUT PLEASE....
http://www.johnhenryhydrogen.com

TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK.... THANKS.. I VALUE YOUR OPINION
THERE IS A DIFFENT METHOD OF MADNESS DEVOLPED WITH THIS UNIT
AND IF YOU OWN A 18 WHEELER YOU CAN GET ONE.......
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03-23-2009 04:15 PM
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By any chance is that YOUR site?

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03-23-2009 04:54 PM
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RE: CHECK THIS OUT....
(03-23-2009 04:15 PM)BEN Wrote:  HEY EVERY ONE .... CHECK THIS SITE OUT PLEASE....
http://www.johnhenryhydrogen.com

TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK.... THANKS.. I VALUE YOUR OPINION
THERE IS A DIFFENT METHOD OF MADNESS DEVOLPED WITH THIS UNIT
AND IF YOU OWN A 18 WHEELER YOU CAN GET ONE....
The pictures of your "unit" look strange; what are the 3 pieces? does this unit produce HHO, or just H2? How many lpms does this unit produce? Can my neighbor use it on his F250 diesel, or is it just for big rigs. 20% sounds like a lot to me. My experience with diesels is limited, but I immediately noticed I needed a lot more HHO with a diesel than a gasoline ICE. The price seems cheap compared to other units I've seen, like "The Cell"; is it because the materials are of lesser quality? I've got a hard time seeing 20% gains, consistantly as you say, for the price of the unit. Can you shed more light on the materials used? expected lifespan? Mean time failure?

I live in an oil producing state and I've noticed Diesel jump from $1.98 to $2.10 in just about 10 days; almost proportionately to the price of a barrel of WTI. I'd love to buy a Duramax because they seem stronger to me than others; also they're quieter, but I'm afraid diesel is going to skyrocket. I remember last July when gas was $3.94, but, diesel was $4.25. If your unit works, producing 20% gains, and that's a big "IF" in my mind, how easy is it to install. I've been turning wrenches for 50 years and think I know my way around a toolbox, but I don't want to spend 2 weeks trying to make a Rube Goldberg system work. How long would it take the average mechanic to install your system? Better yet, how long to install and how long after that would I see these 20% gains? I don't want to hear:"there's a learning curve for the ECU".
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(03-23-2009 04:54 PM)colchiro Wrote:  By any chance is that YOUR site?
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(03-24-2009 04:16 PM)BEN Wrote:  HEY EVERY ONE .... CHECK THIS SITE OUT PLEASE....
http://www.johnhenryhydrogen.com


THANKS EVERY ONE

One "check out my site" thread is enough. Hmm

This forum is for users who care to participate, not just spam.

Thanks for reading.

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