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To PVC or not to PVC???
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jetmec Offline

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To PVC or not to PVC???
I have install one Electrolyzer and have not seen MPG increase. while I was waiting for my EFIE system to get here I was thinking about installing a second unit and plumbing it to the PVC hose connection on the end on the intake manifold. Is this a good place for H.H.O.?? It is a great vacuum source. has anyone used this as there place to inject H.H.O.???

Kevin M. Carlson
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06-05-2008 06:00 PM
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RE: To PVC or not to PVC???
You got to be careful when you inject gas into a vacuum source. If you don't regulate the vacuum, you could crush your cell or create a huge vacuum leak. Also, your electrolyte will boil at a lower temp with vacuum applied to it. I'm not saying you can't do it or it won't be beneficial, just that you need to consider what can happen. Hmm


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06-05-2008 06:50 PM
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