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Old 03-08-2017, 01:12 AM   #101 (permalink)
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So, if you've disconnected the fuel injectors, you must be starting the engine on some sort of vapor, whether HHO or gasoline... If you built the same 4LPM system that was featured in the video a couple years back of the Saturn, it should provide enough "fuel" to run the Suzuki Carry(660cc, right?), but it still takes more energy to break the water down into its atomic elements, than is made by burning the HHO(and turning it back into water), so you're still somehow at a net loss? You could accomplish it through use of a really big battery to power the hydrogen generator(sort of as a hybrid)...

One question still remains however, you are claiming a 300mpg, with no fuel going to the engine, so on a gallon of what substance are you traveling 300 miles? Water or gasoline?
Basically that silver box has a float valve that keeps the fuel at a set level in the box will that valve you see in the video is his air bypass to control how much air goes through the box, vaporizing the fuel.

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Old 03-08-2017, 04:59 AM   #102 (permalink)
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If this really did work why no scale it up to tractor trailer size, make a tractor trailer that gets like 20 to 25mpg, revolutionize the trucking industry and make millions of dollars in the process?
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If this really did work why no scale it up to tractor trailer size, make a tractor trailer that gets like 20 to 25mpg, revolutionize the trucking industry and make millions of dollars in the process?
You'd be taking a HUGE chunk out of the oil companies $600 billion each a year profit!! Which trucking is about 60-70% from what I understand!!

I have a vapor setup on a little 150 scooter I'm experimenting with, I only just recently got it to run off the vapors but haven't had the time to finally adjust it properly!! If it works out I'll let you know!!
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Basically that silver box has a float valve that keeps the fuel at a set level in the box will that valve you see in the video is his air bypass to control how much air goes through the box, vaporizing the fuel.
It doesn't have to be a box. You could do it with a length of pipe! PLAIN OLD PIPE, PEOPLE! Open your eyes, sheeple!

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