HHO gas to enter before the turbo.

by Philip Smit
(Secunda, South Africa)

If you get the HHO gas to enter the inlet system before the turbo on a diesel engine, will the heat from the turbo not ignite the hydrogen, especially at high speed on a hot day. how safe is it, and what will happen if it does ignite.

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HHO on turbo diesel intercooled engine
by: Andre du Toit (Lichtenburg)

Good day, I am also looking into the technology. Have you tried it yet on your turbo diesel engine? Is this tech. suitable for a turbo diesel intercooled engine ?

Turbocharged intercooled, 6 cylinder in-line with 4-valve technology

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Hi Philip,

No the heat fro the turbo will not ignite it.
The outside temperature will not affect it. It is safe, you are using the HHO Gas as it is being created. You do want to make sure that you wire your hydrogen generator so that it is only running when the engine is running. Not just when the key is in the "on" position.

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