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Old 11-17-2011, 06:21 PM
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Saw earlier archives?? about hydrogen Burning in a car

I don't know how old the Hydrogen comments are? But I have had a jar in my Ford Windstar for 3 years now. And I went from 14 to 18 mpg to 24 mpg. On a trip an at 55 to 60 mph is the best. I saw a lot of the comments from so called math experts saying this cant be done. Well i'm here to tell you it can be done because I did it and use it each and every day. I use distilled water with a 1/4 teaspoon of Baking Soda and then about 4 amps goes through a stainless steel coil made of wire. Two hoses go to the EFI just before the throttle body and another through them vacuume line to the intake. People should try the thing before they they claim such great knowledge on Hydrogen and Math skills. This thing works or I wouldn't have it. All I have to do to shut these experts up is open the hood and show them the unit. My gas gauge does not lie neither does my wallet. I have a22 gal tank and I can get a minimum of 4gpm more with this unit. 4x22 gals is 88 more miles per tank minimum. Now when i go on a trip it goes to 6 or 8 mpg more doe the math. Remember reading about all the folks who laughed at Wilbur and Orville Wright.. Guess who had the last laugh??

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The Us Government funded an experiment that Jet proplusion Lab in Pasadena did in the 70's. Hydrogen was added to the intake and they increased milage. they used compressed hydrogen, in welding type tanks , their theory was that lean mixtures are hard to ignite but some H2 in the cylinder would easily fire. the cost and safety concerns with a high pressure tank shelved the program.
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Why do you start a thread with a rant like someone here is questioning you? If you don't cite something specific, bad mouthing you or your project, we don't have a clue what you're talking about or where you're coming from. Tell us more.
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Why do you start a thread with a rant like someone here is questioning you? If you don't cite something specific, bad mouthing you or your project, we don't have a clue what you're talking about or where you're coming from. Tell us more.
I believe he's talking about a prior discussion on Hydrogen generators we had a year or so back. Was disproved by math and science but some people just won't face up to reality.

My neighbor, gullible as he is spent about $100 on one of those things trying to improve the 10 mpg he gets with the 460 in his pickup. After it was all over he still got 10 mpg and he was out a hundred bucks.

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I saw it was about something earlier, I was just wondering why the OP seems angry out of the box.

It's an interesting concept, but I can see where there's skepticism. When I was with the central heat and power plant on Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage, the AF did a 3 year study operating a small (but physically huge) hydrogen generation cell, a lot of money for very little return, the project was scrapped.
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