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by don
(new windsor, ny USA)

1998 vw jetta 2.0L 5speed; what system do you suggest? I drive 85 miles 1 way-partial local majority highway, speeds 60-75mph currently i am getting 30-34mpg monitored over a 1year time period fueling every other day and calculating after fillup. I am very experienced with automotive wiring and previously owned my own repair shop. Being somewhat skeptical I do not want a high initial cost, building my own system is an option. Your suggestions please. Thankyou

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by: granmar

1998 vw jetta 2.0L 5speed; what system do you suggest? I drive 85 miles 1 way-partial local majority highway, speeds 60-75mph currently i am getting 30-34mpg monitored over a 1year time period fueling every other day and calculating after fillup. I am very experienced with automotive wiring and previously owned my own repair shop. Being somewhat skeptical I do not want a high initial cost, building my own system is an option. Your suggestions please. Thank you.

I own a 2002 VW BORA 2.0L 4-cyl. gasoline 5-speed (same as a Jetta and Passat of the similar years. I installed my own system 4 years ago and have since 'upgraded' to a Dry Cell system.

My findings on a trip from Moscow to UK and back to Moscow, hitting top speeds of 206 kph or 128 mph on Poland's and Germany's autobahns and traveling through small countries like Latvia and Lithuania, with speed limits of 30 - 50 mph, my overall average was 38% savings! Yes… 38%

My company performed a test in UK on a German-built 4-cyl turbo-diesel rock crusher belonging to an NFU member (National Farmers Union) The results were marvelous… a drop from 17.5 liters per hour consumption down to 9.4 liters per hour consumption! You work it out. 45% savings and NO MAP/MAF or EFIE was used. Just 1LPM HHO gas into the air intake (BEFORE the turbo).

Your being able to install it yourself is admirable. I installed my HHO generator by sliding my front bumper off and installing the HHO Generator (Dry Cell design) in the cavity where the horns are, with a 2-liter reservoir and bubbler in the engine compartment just behind the radiator, between the battery and engine block. Then running the HHO tubing into the sir intake by drilling a hole for the 90° barb into the intake casing - works like a charm! You might need an EFIE if it is gasoline to correctly inform your fuel pump of the fuel requirements.

Good Luck

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