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Toyota LandCruiser 100 vs DryCell DC540
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Alex Kondor Offline
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Sad Toyota LandCruiser 100 vs DryCell DC540
Good day gentlemen!
I have Toyota LC 100 2006 4.7 liters engine. I acquired DryCell DC540 what is considered to be a new invention. According to the tables this generator can produce up to 9 lpm. I tried at 30 and 35 amp and this glorious generator produces only 2 lpm in both cases. Could anyone tell me may be I am doing something wrong? I use KOH and distilled water to make electrolite. But nothing works and my toyota consumes more with this generator instead of consuming less...
(This post was last modified: 07-07-2009 11:01 PM by Alex Kondor.)
07-07-2009 10:59 PM
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RE: Toyota LandCruiser 100 vs DryCell DC540
9 lpm,it is impossible.

it ought to be 2LPM with 12V.
06-07-2010 11:36 PM
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RE: Toyota LandCruiser 100 vs DryCell DC540
If you get 2 lpm, I'd say you are getting a good return. I would not have it suck 30/35 amps. I'd set more like 10, 15 at the max. No mpg gains, sounds to me like the computer is getting 'into your britches' and negating the gain from the HHO. What sayeth ye, comrades?
06-08-2010 07:24 AM
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