hydrogen

by Jerry
(ash nc usa)

I just made up a wet cell gen. it puts out hydrogen, i have it running to the throttle body past the sensors, i put 2 spacers in front of oxogen sensor. it seems to be running sluggish uses alot of fuel. i thought its supposed to get better mileage. The vehicle is a 1993 Nissan pickup 4 cyl.

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wet cell sluggish
by: granmar

I just made up a wet cell gen. it puts out hydrogen, i have it running to the throttle body past the sensors, i put 2 spacers in front of oxogen sensor. it seems to be running sluggish uses alot of fuel. i thought its supposed to get better mileage. The vehicle is a 1993 Nissan pickup 4 cyl.

Wet cells are old hat… they work, if properly made and designed! If you have an oxygen sensor, then you will need an EFIE.

You should in put the gas mixture through the air intake system, before any turbo!

A 1993 Nissan 4-cyl pickup is an ideal vehicle to add an HHO kit to. Best if you fork out for a ready-made Dry Cell 1-2LPM generator. USe distilled water and either NaOH or KOH as your catalyst and no more than 6 rounded teaspoons per gallon of distilled water!!!

Good luck

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by: Hydrogen-Generators-USA.com

Hi Jerry,

Spacers don't work well, if at all. You need a Dual Digital EFIE on your 1993 Nissan Pickup.

How Old Are Your O2 Sensors?

Auto Oxygen Sensors need to be replaced - on 1976 through early 1990's every 30,000 to 50,000 miles.

Mid 1980s to 1990s every 60,000 miles.

On 1996 and to present it is recommended to replace them every 1000,000 miles.

Hope This Helps Good Luck With Your HHO Project.

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