Basic Suggested Recipe For NaOh Catalyst Solution

by Andrew
(Canada)

I have been browsing all the usual places. I have the S-7 kit and FS2 chip. 1.8 litre turbo.

What do you recommend per gallon for naoh?
And what do you reccomend i set my amperage and frequency in your experience?

All answers are greatly appreciated.

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by: Granmar

Basic Suggested Recipe For NaOh Catalyst Solution

by Andrew
(Canada)

I have been browsing all the usual places. I have the S-7 kit and FS2 chip. 1.8 litre turbo.
What do you recommend per gallon for naoh?
And what do you reccomend i set my amperage and frequency in your experience?

All answers are greatly appreciated.

Hi Andrew,

In my experience of 7 years dealing with HHO in Russia, and having a system in my own 2002 2.0L 4-cyl. gasoline VW Bora (Vento, Passat), I have a basic rule of adding enough electrolyte to provide 1/8L LPM per 1.0L engine capacity, or in other words, 1/4 (0.25L) HHO LPM for my 2L engine.

Your engine will need about the same. The only difficulty is the wintertime, when temps sink to as low as -25°C, as we do in Russia, THEN, you must INCREASE the solution strength to about 28%, which is VERY high in production of HHO.

In view of that, you will need a PWM to maintain the production balance of 1/4L HHO per minute (LPM). Check out this link…

http://www.hydrogen-generators-usa.com/pwm-hho.html

That should do you, Andrew.

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