Dealing with electronics
Adding Hydrogen changes the combustion properties of the existing fuel, increasing power and fuel economy. The Hydrogen – fuel mixture burns more efficiently with less pollution and more Oxygen content in the exhaust.
Fuel injected vehicles are equipped with multiple sensors. The ECU monitors all the sensors and it is programmed to expect a certain “normal” behavior.
When the sensors detect the altered combustion and the excess of oxygen in the exhaust, the ECU responds to this unexpected condition by adding more fuel and negating the improvement in fuel economy. If sensors are not adjusted properly, it is common to have more power and torque, but no fuel savings.
Achieving better fuel economy is a two step process:
1. Improve combustion efficiency by adding HHO. This results in increased engine torque and power.
2. Use ProTuner to adjust the signals of the sensors and to reduce the quantity of unnecessary fuel being consumed, converting surplus power into economy gains.
Carburetor engines are not equipped with sensors that direct the computer of the vehicle (ECU). In this case, installation is most simple as it only requires a hydrogen generator and a CCPWM to control the amount of HHO and the temperature of the operation