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    HHO Gas

    Has anyone tried out running HHO gas on their biodiesel powered vehicle yet?
    I've been using BD for a few years now and thought I might give it go.
    I'll let you know how I get on.
    There are some good plans (and some bad) available on the web

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    Re: HHO Gas

    The term 'HHO gas' is total nonsense as hydrogen gas and oxygen gas atoms don't exist on their own at normal atmospheric pressure and temps, it should be 2H2 and O2. I figure this term was created by someone to increase the mystique and general mumbo jumbo to sell more product or plans.

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    Re: HHO Gas

    Thank you David for your reply. Did you copy and paste it from the last time you commented about this. Sounds like your bad experience of not getting it working has left a sour taste in you mouth!

    My friend has it in his 2h Cruiser running on SVO and his mileage is down to about 5litres per 100 on highway cruising. He said he rigged up a very crude system with PVC piping and some stainless disks.

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    Re: HHO Gas

    Quote Originally Posted by geewizztoo View Post
    The term 'HHO gas' is total nonsense as hydrogen gas and oxygen gas atoms don't exist on their own at normal atmospheric pressure and temps, it should be 2H2 and O2. I figure this term was created by someone to increase the mystique and general mumbo jumbo to sell more product or plans.
    Good to see people are still around to fend off this seeminly perpetual fraud!
    The more people who know the truth, the less likely it is that people will be sucked in by nonsense claims.

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    Re: HHO Gas

    First off you need to be a true believer.
    Hallalujiah Brother!
    Everyone knows that HHO systems do not fit into the unbelievers tight constraints that wants it to follow some old antiquated laws of chemistry and physics.
    Us true believers are modern folk and refuse to follow the old antiquated laws of physics and chemistry that are currently destroying this world. What do you think has brought on the current World wide financial crisis?
    Yep, antiquated laws of physics and chemistry.

    I believe so ferverently that I do not even need to install An HHO gizmo , all I do is believe it is installed and I am getting better Fuel economy!
    Hallalujiah Brother!

    You won't beleive this, but just the other day I drove from Toowoomba to Withcott in my Musso and averaged 2 litres per 100 km.

    Send all donations to Tilly from paradise care of your favourite Swiss Bank account so That I can continue to Tell people this life changing news.

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    Re: HHO Gas

    I suspect HHO generators work, when used in conjucntion with emptying your car of excess weight, and sparing use of the throttle.

    Probably a bit like the acne cream packet that says use "3 times a day" and "wash face before applying" (washing you face 3 times a day is probably the going to do the trick) same as headace pills that say "take 2 tablets" and "keep out of reach of children"
    cheers<BR>Chris.<BR>1990 landcruiser 80, 1HD-T two tank, copper pipe HE+ 20 plate FPHE, toyota solenoids and filters. 1978 300D, elsbett one tank system.<BR>

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    Re: HHO Gas

    I have this setup on another car (not my diesel) and have notices a slight improvement in fuel economy, not in power output. this is just a simple "coil" type setup that you see most people trying to hock

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    Re: HHO Gas

    Quote Originally Posted by joe View Post
    Thank you David for your reply. Did you copy and paste it from the last time you commented about this. Sounds like your bad experience of not getting it working has left a sour taste in you mouth!

    My friend has it in his 2h Cruiser running on SVO and his mileage is down to about 5litres per 100 on highway cruising. He said he rigged up a very crude system with PVC piping and some stainless disks.
    Just read this thread and had a good laugh thanks Dave.
    Joe with all respect the only way your mate could get 5l/100km out of his Cruiser would be to have it idling on the back of a moving flatbed truck. I think his maths are dodgy or he is telling porkys.
    Johnnojack
    4WD Isuzu Jackaroo 3.1 200000km on WVO,(2020) 2 tank home built system 6 solenoids FPHE, heated filter fuel line and tank pickup for thicker oil. Mk. 9 version now and no changes planned as trouble free.
    Mercedes W201 190D 1986 model: 2 tank system, bigger fuel line from tank, no heat exchanger, electric pump for diesel 22000km so far

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    Re: HHO Gas

    Originally posted by Johnnojack
    Joe with all respect the only way your mate could get 5l/100km out of his Cruiser would be to have it idling on the back of a moving flatbed truck. I think his maths are dodgy or he is telling porkys.
    ....Or if it's true, he's going to be one very rich fella.

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    Re: HHO Gas

    I personally seen this system working.

    Joe, It is very clear that you are not one of DJ's mates.
    Save your breath next time, if what you say is not approved by DJ & Co. then do not waste your time posting.

    This forums used to have more harmony two years ago.
    It is sad to see it devided into groups.

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