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Toyota results
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Post: #141
RE: Toyota results
ok, good to know. I will go down to 2 neutral plates in between my power plates an continue to run it in series. I think that will work great. as soon as it warms up i will let everyone know of the results on milage.

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Cory
02-15-2009 01:56 AM
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RE: Toyota results
Whaa????
We've always found that 4N or 5N was the better way. 2N will be 4.5v per cell; way too hot.
02-15-2009 05:06 AM
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RE: Toyota results
Gary, he's running two cells in series.

[+ n -] [+ n -]

He's proposing this:

[+ nn -] [+ nn -]

Cory, you do have 6-7 volts on each cell, right?

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02-15-2009 07:09 AM
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RE: Toyota results
If they're in series with each other, your configuration will give the 4N of which I spoke. I missed that. I thot he meant 2 series cells and the voltages were coming off the battery.
Technically, even tho it's two brickinnabath units, in series it becomes one.
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02-15-2009 11:03 AM
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