|Subject: Re: Web Only DC450 Special|
|From: water4gas <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date: 10/5/2011 13:54|
|To: rek [????(a)neprimer.com]|
There are no systems available to run an engine entirely on HHO gas.
Theoretically you would need about 30 liters per minute, and the current to create that would be around 600 amps.
Current car alternators are around 100 amps, and the amount of horsepower to turn a 600 amp alternator (or six 100 amp units) would lower the ability of the engine to move the vehicle.
I hope that is more enlightening.
| I wanted to add these comments and perhaps a rule of thumb calculation
here to see what I would get.
On Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 6:04 AM, rek [?????neprimer.com] wrote:
I believe I have a unique question. I would like to know how many or what size unit would provide 100% power for my car at say a constant 40 mph?
I am thinking of flipping a switch to turn off the gasoline fuel pump and fuel injectors, retarding the timing and cruising on the HHO. And of course a flip of the switch and it's back on gasoline.
I have a 1995 Cadillac 4.6L Northstar engine.
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