What is the best location to mount the generator?
Choose a mounting location away from engine heat to allow for maximum air flow and coolest operation.
The most common installation location for the cell is between the grill and the radiator.
-Near the firewall and brake booster.
-If space is limited, look under the car and view the engine compartment from the underside. Many potential installation locations, that are not visible from the top, can be found here.
-If there are no other options, installation in the trunk of the car is acceptable, although the air circulation is limited and the generator may operate warmer than desired.
How much Hydrogen is needed for my engine?
The amount of HHO required for a particular vehicle is determined by the capacity of the engine. You need to get 0.15 to 0.25 Litres/minute per 1L of engine size. For example, a good choice for a 3L engine would be a generator producing hydrogen at the rate of 0.5 L/minute.
Hydrogen supplementation is subject to the laws of diminishing returns. Mixing HHO and fuel improves the efficiency of the engine, but only to a certain point. Tests show that flooding the engine with too much Hydrogen DECREASES its efficiency and performance.
How much electricity is needed to produce HHO?
Only 7 to 10 amps of current are needed to create enough HHO for a standard 3L engine. This current draw is similar to turning on the stereo.
The approximate formula is: Amps = Engine Size (Litres) x 2.5
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