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Old 03-19-2012, 07:54 PM   #31
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Will do and any gain will help I totally agree with that

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Old 03-19-2012, 07:58 PM   #32
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I was looking at doing this on a ram a few years ago. From everything I read, it makes the combustion more complete and efficient. With it being more efficient, it would cause the driver to keep his foot out of the accelerator as much, in turn saving gas

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Look at these results.. unsolicited and honest.
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This Generator will be a part of my rebuild. Small but capable 772.
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Old 03-19-2012, 09:27 PM   #34
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Look at these results.. unsolicited and honest.
HHO Kits and Partial Kits,HHO Generators,Hydrogen Generators,HHO Parts

This Generator will be a part of my rebuild. Small but capable 772.
HHO Kits,HHO Generators,Hydrogen Generators,HHO Gas,Gas Conversion Kits

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Old 03-19-2012, 09:39 PM   #35
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So as an update...today was my first day back to college spring break is over

I bought an amp gauge from napa today and that is the last piece of the puzzle very thing is ready to be set in place and wired in
So...hopefully tomorrow I can get that cooking...I will do both, take a short trip with resetting the ecu and what not and see what the mpg says and then once again after its reset
Of course that's if I get it done...things seem to just happen and time goes way to fast haha
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Old 03-19-2012, 10:16 PM   #36
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Can't wait Ben, but remember that the most accurate mpg calculations will be over more fuel used, so I would personally run out a whole tank per test. We can wait. Maybe. Do you have a baseline mpg yet?
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Old 03-19-2012, 10:23 PM   #37
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Can't wait Ben, but remember that the most accurate mpg calculations will be over more fuel used, so I would personally run out a whole tank per test. We can wait. Maybe. Do you have a baseline mpg yet?
Yes sir thats the plan anyways...my base is 16 at the moment however I'm letting this tank run down first for my last regular baseline
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Yes sir thats the plan anyways...my base is 16 at the moment however I'm letting this tank run down first for my last regular baseline
Ok, cool. I actually have a little hope for your success. I just can't stand it when people drive twenty miles and refill and say they doubled their mpg. If you read the comments for the youtube video posted above, he did his math over two gallons of gas.

Good luck Ben. I am looking forward to a report from someone I "know" lol.
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Did you tune up, change fluids,or add and air foil to the brick?
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Ok, cool. I actually have a little hope for your success. I just can't stand it when people drive twenty miles and refill and say they doubled their mpg. If you read the comments for the youtube video posted above, he did his math over two gallons of gas.

Good luck Ben. I am looking forward to a report from someone I "know" lol.
I'm pretty excited to figure it out...and ya i always fill up when she's just about resting on e it takes about 18 gallons give or take :$ lol but ya I'm def only going to give the facts and no bs, I paid 300 for the damn kit if it doesn't work I'm not going to be happy but if it does I'm buying one for my fusion and one for my f-150

So if anyone else is skeptical of buying one just wait a lil bit and see what happens
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Old 03-20-2012, 02:42 PM   #42
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Time to start wiring
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WOW thats great!! I had made a home made HHO generator for a 1980 mustang with a I6,It really helped alot.Before the hho i was getting about 12-15,after I was getting about 19-24,depending how I drove of course lol.I'm not gonna say you'll see more or less but do some tuning and it should work great!!
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WOW thats great!! I had made a home made HHO generator for a 1980 mustang with a I6,It really helped alot.Before the hho i was getting about 12-15,after I was getting about 19-24,depending how I drove of course lol.I'm not gonna say you'll see more or less but do some tuning and it should work great!!
What kind of tuning are you talking about specifically.. did you change any timing?
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yes had to retard the timing a little,hydrogen is a single molecule,gasoline is a long carbon chain molecule,the hydrogen burns much much quicker that gasoline ever will with the same pop.It may ping if your producing alot of HHO,just listen for it and adjust as nessasary.I even tried the setup on my hotrod and had to take it off,I had to take about 12deg total timing out of the motor to stop the ping from happening anywhere in the rpm range,but that didnt fly because it was highly modified,stock should be fine,very minor tuning if any.
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Old 03-20-2012, 04:03 PM   #46
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Great to know...if I have any problems can I throw it your way?
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sure,you shouldnt though it pretty cut and dry
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Old 03-20-2012, 08:02 PM   #48
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Ya pretty much...I'm not worried about it
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:19 PM   #49
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So I put the painted brackets in and mounted everything along with hooking up the hoses


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Old 03-20-2012, 09:23 PM   #50
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I also started wiring everything in...I had to wire my lights first as some of my wiring is going off that so I had some progress


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She doesn't look very happy haha
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That's 8k worth of seed....I told the fam I could use that in mods but they didn't go for it lol
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:33 PM   #51
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Fellow Jeepers my mpg right now is 20!!! Without the hho kit tho
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Fellow Jeepers my mpg right now is 20!!! Without the hho kit tho
Sweet! Hopefully you can turn that into upper 20's or more.
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Sweet! Hopefully you can turn that into upper 20's or more.
Ya def ...I'll make sure I atleast put another tank threw before I start the hho
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Yes sir thats the plan anyways...my base is 16 at the moment however I'm letting this tank run down first for my last regular baseline
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"Fellow Jeepers my mpg right now is 20!!! Without the hho kit tho"

what changed? and let's recap engine size/yr/current mi/ tire size/pressure plugs/wires/fluids/ which ecm do you have on there./ have any sensors been changed recently.. this is pretty hi mileage to start with and it's exciting.
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what changed? and let's recap engine size/yr/current mi/ tire size/pressure plugs/wires/fluids/ which ecm do you have on there./ have any sensors been changed recently.. this is pretty hi mileage to start with and it's exciting.
Well when I got it it was getting 12.5 and iv been doing a bunch to change it...new 02 sensor, plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor, air filter, magnaflow high flow cat, flowmaster 40, did the whole seafoam thing, cleaned the throttle body, added a throttle body spacer...engine has 112k all stock engine wise and did all oe parts tune up as well...it's 94 I6 5speed...tires are goodyear mt/r 245/75/r16 on rubis filled at 32

The yj is not my dd so it takes awhile for me to use a full tank so when I was asked what mpg I was getting I used what I had got the last time..filled up today and got 20mpg!!!! I believe the difference was the throttle body spacer...the biggest gains I got were from the cat, the spacer, and the 02 sensor
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One time when filling my tank, I stopped filling shortly after the first "click", reset trip, burned the tank in a few days, refilled, knew I was going for a long dive the next day, so I topped her off. Really really topped her off, it clicked at around 12gal, I managed to squeeze in another 3 gallons, took some time, but I got it all in.
When I calculated my mileage, obviously it was terrible. Next tank, filled up, stopped at first click..... Amazing! I had gotten 22mpg! Just sayin, filing up needs to be consistent for accurate mileage.

12.5mpg up to 20mpg from routine maintenance and opening up intake/exhaust is more than just impressive, it's a miracle! Don't advertise your mileage where you live, might wind up getting your rig nicked!
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Old 03-22-2012, 06:41 AM   #57
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Lol sadly there are like no jeeps around me so I'm not worried haha...and I get what you mean with the consistent part filling her up is short of a pain in the ass but she took 17.85 gallons and all my other number are very similar
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I take it you've done to 15gal to 20gal mod?
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The only good thing the po did lol ya the 20
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