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#51 Demo of Vacuum on HHO cell from car intake manifold.



  1. Swap the position of the vacuum pipe to the other side of the butterfly!

  2. good observation though. glad to see people are pursuing this. makes me feel like I'm not alone.

  3. the only thing about hho and internal combustion engines on up to date cars and trucks is the oxygen. I know a well built cell would not put out near enough ml/min that produces hydrogen and oxygen separately and expels oxygen. see, the o2 sensor Will pick up the extra oxygen and as a part of the function of the computer it will hold the injectors open for a little longer to inject more fuel every cycle per cylinder. so your only evening everything out. now it will be a cleaner burn but the efficiency margins that the consumer is looking for will not be there. so an electronic variable resistor will have to be ran in series with the o2 sensor and be operated by the throttle at a tuned lag to overcome this reading of excessive oxygen so your not consuming more fuel than before. which conclusively is counterintuitive. now because the government and epa have made laws against tampering with the emission control systems they have deemed this endeavour illegal and punishable by prison and hefty fines. I say do it because I will. but my research makes my system more environmentally safe and the amount of pollution is cut by 3/4 standard emissions readings including nox . I'm very close to running my grand am on just hydroxy gas, I just have to apply the transformers before my cells to isolate the power draw on my alternator using purely reactive power. then rectify that power and I can run many more cells for the same cost of electrical power being distributed by the alternator before I applied the transformers. I just need taxes to fall through and I'm on my way fuel free….:)

  4. cool vid. 7 inches of vac @ highway speed? i cant wait to install mine in my truck. I pull 15-18 of vac on the freeway…@7mpg… 

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  6. It does seem counter intuitive however he is correct. With the intake butterfly almost closed during idle, the pistons will pulll a vacume against the butterfly. When it is opened for exceleration the vacume will drop due to a greater inflow of air.

  7. Did you say vacuum is highest when the car is decelerating? Doesn't make sense.

  8. Humanity And Technology

    It would be interesting to use a turbo like system which uses exhaust flow, to generate vacuum for the HHO cell. Rather than use pressure from the turbo, (modify the turbo, and) use the suction side to pull vacuum to the HHO cell. I learn of vacuum increasing hydrogen production efficiency from YouTube channel whyme2b. Video: HHO Electrolysis For Current Reduction.

  9. There is nothing fascinating about the vacuum gauge. It's just what is actually being sucked by the engine in the area of vacuum manifold in order to run other devices in the car that does not need an electrical device. The vacuum reading does not actually represent the vacuum created by the engine on the HHO. It just doesn't make sense having it inside and see what your vacuum manifold does to your whole engine. With the HHO? We'll it is so impertinent.

  10. You need a small pressure tank in between the cell and the car engine . If you want to run the car on HHO only your entire cell system needs to handle some very high PSI's and have a 1 gallon pressure tank as a stream buffer. It's just an idea.

  11. I think so. That way the plenum or carbeurator butterfly can still be used to regulate engine output by regulating how fast air is drawn in with the HHO. The cell will be held at fairly constant vacuum by the pump. Gas production regulated by a PWM connected to a throttle pot.

  12. I think that you are correct about this. That is why I think you get better gas mileage when your car is run in cruise control at a constant speed verses city driving. Nice video this is valuable information keep up the good work. Does putting the hho make more sense going thru the air intake verses the trying to put it in the intake manifold?

  13. Ah yes, CarbideTip. This is in part what inspired my current experiments with one critical difference – I will measure the effect on production by measuring the production itself.

  14. you still have my full attention! great stuff !

  15. I do

  16. Seems that the more vacuum you pull the less power is required. Using a vacuum makes sense as it lowers the vapor pressure — just like a pressure cooker raises the boiling point(or a car radiator)..Looking forward to more zff

  17. :O videoing and driving ! LOL

  18. Funky … forgot the link , reposted it but did'nt come trough…

    Here it is ;

  19. HA! The venturi? I WISH! The venturi produces a max of 1"Hg (13.7" H20) @WOT, 6000RPM on my 2.2L 4-banger. Even still that's a very good vacuum signal from a venturi. It could be used to pull a water mist from a float bowl to aid in combustion cooling if I ever need it, but I don't think I will.

    ICE on 100% H2O is coming. BELIEVE IT!

  20. Hello ZFF, great job!…is your gauge showing vacuum from the intake manifold (engine side of the throttle body) or is it made using your venturi device?…keep it up!

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