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Old 04-18-2011, 02:41 PM   #11 (permalink)
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*big claim*
"One of a ckind reactor"
"Nobody would understand it"
*No proof offered*

Mehh, I am less than impressed thus far..

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Old 04-18-2011, 03:07 PM   #12 (permalink)
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and 72MPG city up from 22MPG city
I'm impressed, that's like going from 20% to 65.5% efficient, i bet Jean Pierre Carnot is impressed too - to the extent that he is turning over in his grave!
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Old 04-18-2011, 03:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
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i can make my jeep do that with only a floor jack, and 2 jackstands. lift up the drive wheels and put it in 5th gear and gently let the clutch out. no real engine load other than the friction losses from the trans, and no wind resistance.
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Old 04-18-2011, 04:40 PM   #14 (permalink)
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As a career electrician, please explain more about this "current leakage" learning.
10-8AWG wire will carry your 30-35A more than sufficiently.
The insulations value handles leakage or short value. THHN (regular house wire) is good for 600V. Even car wiring is good for 300V.

Are you running pulses in the KV range ?
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Old 04-18-2011, 11:54 PM   #15 (permalink)
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ill let this stay on this site and see if anybody will learn anything from it. and ill sit and wait for a tuner to come along and tell you people what is going on. i see that this forum is filled with alot of people who love to jump down the new guys throat LOL. im not here for that so ill sit back and watch.

im making a trip to the airport tomorrow so ill make a video driving at -40% stop and go ect.
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ill let this stay on this site and see if anybody will learn anything from it. and ill sit and wait for a tuner to come along and tell you people what is going on. i see that this forum is filled with alot of people who love to jump down the new guys throat LOL. im not here for that so ill sit back and watch.

im making a trip to the airport tomorrow so ill make a video driving at -40% stop and go ect.
Thats great but that still doesn't really prove anything. You're trying to make extraordinary claims without extraordinary evidence. Good luck convincing anyone on any forum.
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Old 04-19-2011, 03:28 AM   #18 (permalink)
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i see that this forum is filled with alot of people who love to jump down the new guys throat LOL.
Hey, Im new here, and I seem to be doing OK.. the secret? Don't make wild claims you can't back up..
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Thats great but that still doesn't really prove anything. You're trying to make extraordinary claims without extraordinary evidence. Good luck convincing anyone on any forum.
lol im not trying. i have done it. its there. and im not trying to convince anybody of anything or to do anything or to buy anything.

i just made this post to show that its been done. believe it or not, its done and as soon as someone understand the whole thing fully it will be a mystery to alot. im a pro tuner. only person can answer the tuning side of this video is another pro tuner. and as for the HHO side only a pro HHO person can answer those questions. for all who just want to cuss and say it don't work even thou you have NEVER seen a system like this or understand how it works feel free to cuss. i understand people like you, fear what you don't understand and hate what you cant conquer LOL i pity you.

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Old 04-19-2011, 01:53 PM   #20 (permalink)
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i just made this post to show that its been done.
except you haven't shown anything other than a car that miraculously gets good mileage while standing still, with a plexiglass fish tank and some wires and hoses coming out of it on the front

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