B.S.:hehe::hehe::hehe::hehe::hehe:My friend installed a Hydrogen Generator on his F250 and he got about 6 more miles per gallon.
The manufacture of the HHO unit is, MagDrive Fuel From H2o | HHO Generator | Hydrogen Generator
I think he's got a triple cell.
That is not entirely true, you'll need forged pistons if you're trying to run on pure hho.problem is pre-detonation, hydrogen is ignited very easily... in a motor that will be a pinging, usually only motors with forged pistons will survive hho setups.
If the HHO isn't enough to ping or raise the temps even 10* then how is it enough to create a complete burn and make more power to give you better efficiency and better mileage?
Yes i have, and got absolutely 0 gain. The size generator you are pimping here and don't try to let us believe you are not pimping this product, you would need about 50 tanks of that size to produce enough hho to make any marked improvement. Everybody has seen mysterious new posters with hho something in their user name and their 1st post is some wild claim about huge mpg gains with little tiny generators. You are a spammer and nothing else. Go bs some other board.BS???
Have you installed on yours to claim it is BS?
The actual energy contained in one hydrogen atom is enormous. Remember the Hydrogen Bomb pioneered by the Soviets? I'm sure that you can get more energy out than you put in, but the question is, do we have the technology to do so now?The problem is the amount of Hydrogen needed and the amount of available energy to produce it. You can not get out more than you put in.
Ummm.... isn't that the same thing as "split shot" or "pilot injection" which is used on '99-03 7.3's???I hear what you are saying and completely agree, but the fuel does not inject until the piston is close to the pinnacle of its stroke doesn't it? Besides, it wasn't until 2004 on the 6.o, when Ford came out with two stage injectors that pre sprayed a small out of fuel to cylinder to get the combustion started. So any pre ignition of fuel would be impossible before 2004 right? Now the pre combustion of the HHO is another story. HHO burns at a very low temperature anyway. But, I have no doubt that what you say about engine damage is true, given the right circumstances.