Originally Posted by BeyondBiscuits2
Good luck with an HHO Project. I've a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and I wouldn't waste my time. Just turn the car into a hypermiler. Buy a piggyback fuel controller (SAFC or similar), and adjust your air / fuel mixture ratio that way. Much easier, and in conjuction with a wideband, much more efficient. In my experiences, though, just don't f*ck with the factory settings unless you've a really good reason for it, i.e. forced induction.
P.S. Hydrogen is the most flammable and combustible element in the world, so not only do you have the problem of obtaining hydrogen (whether through purchase or "creation"), but also storing it properly. Remember the Hindenburg?
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Please don't throw your degree into this discussion, Its obvious how American colleges have done a piss poor job on science education.
1. Does anyone know the Stock air fuel ratio of the Ga16de at Idle and WOT ?
2. Does anyone know the optimum air fuel ratio of the Ga16de at Idle and WOT ?
Why would i buy a SAFC if i can control air fuel ratio by turning a screw on my MAF. Dont worry ill have a couple to test on!
So far the best information ive got from this post was " there is a plug that covers the screw from the factory (to keep people from tampering with it). Drill it out to access the screw."
Oh by the way HHO gas by weight has 3 times the explosive power than gasoline. For this reason it is unstable and not safe to store (when mixed with oxygen), for this reason we produce it on demand. But HHO is MUCH safer than gasoline, gas when spilled is heavier than air and will collect at lower areas. HHO gas is lighter than air, and when "spilled" will dissipate very rapidly in the atmosphere, without poluting, chemicals or toxins.