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low hho production
I just did a lpm test on my water 4 gas 6 pack. I'm getting a measley 1/4 lpm production. Will sodium hydroxide boost my production. Right now i'm using 8 teaspoons of baking soda per jar and creating a nasty sludge. I just installed a single efie, it's at 200 mv. Should I increase my offset. Yesterday I had it all the way to 500 mv and it didn't get a cel or rough idling
any help would be appreciated until I junk this system and build a plate design.

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11-11-2008 08:03 PM
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Without the benefit of an adequate cell, I'd turn it down to 100. You probably didn't get a CEL since you were in open loop, which drives nice, but your mileage probably sucks.

Most people here will tell you to ditch the soda, it'll eat up your cell. Best to pick up some Rhobic's drain cleaner from Lowe's (NaOh) or KOh.

I'd read up on dry cells. Should be plenty of pics and reading material here.

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11-11-2008 08:19 PM
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colchiro Wrote:Without the benefit of an adequate cell, I'd turn it down to 100. You probably didn't get a CEL since you were in open loop, which drives nice, but your mileage probably sucks.

Most people here will tell you to ditch the soda, it'll eat up your cell. Best to pick up some Rhobic's drain cleaner from Lowe's (NaOh) or KOh.

I'd read up on dry cells. Should be plenty of pics and reading material here.

I checked my scanguage and I was in closed loop. I am going to lowes tomorrow. I have been looking at dry cell electrolyzers, still confusing on how they operate and the construction. if there is any links for the newby to get a handle on the drycell construction it would be greatly appreciated.
11-11-2008 08:39 PM
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RE: low hho production
striker273 Wrote:
colchiro Wrote:Without the benefit of an adequate cell, I'd turn it down to 100. You probably didn't get a CEL since you were in open loop, which drives nice, but your mileage probably sucks.

Most people here will tell you to ditch the soda, it'll eat up your cell. Best to pick up some Rhobic's drain cleaner from Lowe's (NaOh) or KOh.

I'd read up on dry cells. Should be plenty of pics and reading material here.

I checked my scanguage and I was in closed loop. I am going to lowes tomorrow. I have been looking at dry cell electrolyzers, still confusing on how they operate and the construction. if there is any links for the newby to get a handle on the drycell construction it would be greatly appreciated.
If you are still in closed loop than you need to warm it up more until you reach open loop.
None of your efie adjustments will mean anything until it is completely warmed up and the 02 is cycling properly.

If you would like to learn a little more about dry cells here is some reading on the Tero cell.
http://www.umpquaenergy.com/hydrogengene...o_cell.pdf
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11-12-2008 11:23 AM
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Roy, I think you got your open's and closed's swapped.Wink

Striker, just search here for:
dry cell
tero

Like I said, there's lots of info and picks.

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11-12-2008 03:32 PM
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