I'm afraid I'll sound a little dumb here, but what is a "century lp system"? I couldn't find it easily using a google search. Also, by air compressor drip bowl, I assume you mean the little inline item used for getting the moisture out of the compressed air?
I'm going to try to answer your question as best I can, but it may be that the answers to the questions above will make me able to give a better answer.
I put the hydrogen gas for my car at any easily accessible location between the valve cover and the engine's air intake. I tapped into the plastic intake to the air cleaner. I don't think the location matters a great deal, with the following proviso: You want to make sure that you have some sore of flash arrestor, so that a back fire can't ignite your gas all the way back to the electrolyzer, thus damaging it. However, if you have a flash arrestor, I would recommend getting the feed close to the intake. Hydrogen gas, being small molecules, (and particularly Brown's gas), doesn't contain well. It will escape containers that will hold other gasses because of it's small size. However, this won't be a problem if you introduce it into the intake airstream, as it will be sucked into the engine before it has a chance to disperse.
Did your unit not come with installation instructions? Or did you built it yourself from instructions?
Please let me know on the above questions, so I can modify this reply as needed to better help you.
joseph paul Wrote:hellow and thank you for the welcome a knowledge base is very good thing i would like to know if a water filter would work on my hydrogen unit or a air compresser drip bowl has anyone tried this also should i put the century lp system at the end of my air tunnel induction into the manifold i have a 99 sonoma highrider 4.3