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Old 01-30-2010, 07:28 PM
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hi, i biult my hydrogen generator, but dnt know how to hook it up on my 6.9 Turbo diesel, the electrical part i got but the plumbing i dnt know, any help guys??????
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In your intake. Simple as that. I would suggest putting it wherever your intake hose clamps to your intake.
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I would drill and tap a hole right after the torbo to hat connection. There will be a lot of turbulance coming out of the turbo to mix blend the HHO & air. When you get it up and running, please post your results.
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Wouldn't you want this on the between the air filter and turbo? If you connect it after the turbo it will get pressure from the turbo as it spins up.
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Sorry, you're right not on the pressure side. Good catch.
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Oh goodness, here we go again with this stupidity....
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