hho lowered my mpg

by Hugo
(San Diego Ca )

Hi I purchased a hho drycell on ebay about a year and half ago to work on it , finally I decided to install it in my f150 2005 v8 5.4L I'm not sure how many cells is my unit I think it is a 9 cell, I forgot, I also installed a VOLO chip, my cell is making hho I can see the gas but I noticed a small drop in my mpg, what do you think the causes are for this? I'm sure that this technology works but I must to have something wrong. Is my cell too small?

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by: Anonymous

the landcrusier is a 24v system yes???

negative results!
by: granmar

Hi I purchased a hho drycell on ebay about a year and half ago to work on it , finally I decided to install it in my f150 2005 v8 5.4L I'm not sure how many cells is my unit I think it is a 9 cell, I forgot, I also installed a VOLO chip, my cell is making hho I can see the gas but I noticed a small drop in my mpg, what do you think the causes are for this? I'm sure that this technology works but I must to have something wrong. Is my cell too small?

Hi Hugo:
There are MANY potential reasons for your drop in mpg!

1 You are drawing far too much current!
2 You have too much electrolyte in your distilled water
3 Your Volo chip is incorrectly mounted
4 You might need an EFIE
5 Your engine BADLY needs a service
6 Your cell could be TOO big!
7 You might be manufacturing just steam because of too much current!

From whom did you purchase the cell - perhaps he/she also had problems with it so put it up for sale! It is NOT wise to buy second-hand, as you do NOT know the history!

This might help you…

The chemical:
The industry (as well as I) recommend either KOH (Potassium Hydroxide) or NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide… sometimes called caustic soda) added to distilled water only!

The power - AMPS:
Each generator has its own peculiarities and vehicle into which is placed a generator also has its own peculiarities. That said, my car–a 2002 VW Bora, with a 2-liter, 115 HP rated 4-cylinder, petrol engine–uses about 2-3 amps for remarkable performance increases! I am running about 50% fuel economy over VW ratings up to speeds of about 2,800 RPM (100kms/hr). When I increase speed in excess, I SHOULD increase the production slightly by adding more electrolyte catalyst (NaOH or KOH) to the fixed amount of water or in other words, increase the percentage solution by another 1-2AMP draw. It is the percentage solution that determines the power draw in amps.

We measure the 12.5-14v battery current draw in AMPS. Once you have determined approximately the concentration you need of chemical in the distilled water, you will do a trial-and-error check until you achieve the desire performance results, providing that you vehicle is properly tuned and serviced. If, of course, you have a vehicle with an OBDC II or OBDC III, you will need an E.F.I.E. and/or MAP/MAF device and a good recommendation is to use a PWM (Pulse Width Modulator), which further adds benefit to your engine's function and performance.

The Battery Life:
The amount of so-called "Battery Life" is irrelevant, as you have a good reserve built into any typically mass-produced vehicle.

I hope this helps your better understanding.

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