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My friend is hooking up a hydrogen cell to his 98 1.8L primz for a class project. He hooked it up to the PVC vavle and drove it 8 miles and had no problem until he came to a stop. All of sudden the check engine light came it and oil light came on and it started to spudder. He went to take off to get home and he seen a big cloud of smoke or steam. What would cause this? Too much hydrogen gettin burn when he came to a idle or what?
what do you guys think?
66 Mustang coupe 289
97 F250 HD 460 5speed
80 VW rabbit pickup diesel. 1.5 Custom Turbo-- RIP
00 Park Avenue 3.8 RIP
87 Pontiac 6000 (Death Mobile)
I would not hook it up through vaccuum. It is probably pulling in a lot of excess moisture with the strong vaccuum off of the PVC. Try routing the HHO tubing so that it enters the air intake just in before the throttle body.
1996 F150 4x4
2001 Ford Windstar
[quote=Iversen-fords;6527259] i'ev been using the HHO system in my truck for 2 1/2 years, your friend will find he should have fed the hho directly into the air intake, mine is connected to the air intake side of my turbo, sever thousands of miles, NO, problems. results very good in milage.
reply to connecting HHO to a pvc valve, the correct way to inject hydrogen gas produced by a hydrogen system is to feed it directly into the air intake side so it is distrubeted to all chamber along with the fuel injection, i've been doing this for 2 1/2 years with very good results.
[quote=aurgathor;6531762] Sir, a scma is something one try's when trying to decieve another or trying to gain profit for his self interest. as for having (bxxx), invention is the success of those which have the (Bxxx) to try something new. some fail some donot. NO disrespect intended
[quote=Dean88;6528159 you may be correct, the way i avoid that problem i have found is to make a moisture collector (water vapors) transfered from the hho production unit, put in the line, traping moisture before it reaches the air intake, ( production unit----vapor trap---air intake) it't simple to make and easy to install.
this is a message to monkeywrench, you are totally correct, if you don't prove something using science to most, it is bs, do i want to get rich"NO" do i want to sell my ideas to the public "NO" , any one can buy HHO kits on the net, lots of them for sale but the companys selling them don't tell be buyer all the truth about HHO systems, and most of the systems i agree are total bs! and i don't do bs.when and if my system is 100% complete i'll take your advice and prove it. untill thin, with GOD'S help i'll just keep improving on what i'v got so far, i'ev spent about $8,000 + and i'm almost 69 years old but i never give up on something worth doing. as for getting rich, at my age getting rich equates to helping other people and those that relly do need help, visited the gas or fuel pump lately? science comes in many forms. to guys still trying rember this "quiters never win and winners never quit".
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