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i just got a pack of 3 water4gas style electrolyzers from ebay.
i noticed that there is the line going from the unit into the intake, but there is another line also. normally in videos, see it going to a T and something about fuel injectors? or the pcv valve or something?
im just confused about the second hose and what its purpose is.
thanks for any help Big Grin

92 honda civic hatchback 30-34mpg before install.
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11-13-2008 11:04 AM
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RE: water4gas question
I am currently using one Water4Gas unit in my car and have seen good results. But since switching from Baking Soda to Sodium Hydroxide the wires have been dissolving every 6 to 8 weeks, forcing me to re-wire the unit.

I will be switching to a dry cell unit soon so I am just telling you what my expericnece has been.

On my unit I have one hose going into the air duct right before the throttle body (Butterfly) and the other hose is connected through a "T" connection on the PCV line.

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11-14-2008 07:18 PM
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RE: water4gas question
wow..
i didnt know NaOH did that
thanks for letting me know
do you still recomend NaOH? or KOH instead?

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11-15-2008 08:54 PM
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RE: water4gas question
twomoon Wrote:I am currently using one Water4Gas unit in my car and have seen good results. But since switching from Baking Soda to Sodium Hydroxide the wires have been dissolving every 6 to 8 weeks, forcing me to re-wire the unit.

I will be switching to a dry cell unit soon so I am just telling you what my expericnece has been.

On my unit I have one hose going into the air duct right before the throttle body (Butterfly) and the other hose is connected through a "T" connection on the PCV line.

clickhere255 Wrote:wow..
i didnt know NaOH did that
thanks for letting me know
do you still recomend NaOH? or KOH instead?

Are you sure your wires are SS? NaOH should do less harm than the Baking Soda.

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11-17-2008 01:23 PM
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