So. At the risk of triggering an avalanche of giggles, has anyone installed or have any real experience with HHO gas in their vehicles? I was a member of the American Hydrogen Society years ago and was intersted in H as a motor fuel, but that was way before the current trend in non-pressurized, in-situ "Browns Gas" came along. It "seems like" a really neat idea on the face of it and anything to improve the economy and emissions of my ride seems like a good thing to pursue.
I remember Frank Grasha was working on his own HHO system.
Can you recall what happened with it?
I checked and only found stuff on a Honda generator, a Buck DC/DC converter and a grenaded transmission. Is there another area I'm missing?
Have you tried other key words for your search?That might help.Also have you watched any utube videos on wood gas.I know that people have been using it for a long time and it works.
Hoo-boy. When I think of wood gas I think of taxis and trucks in Berlin and London during the war spewing geat clouds of noxious smoke and barely making it down the road. Somehow I prefer the idea of not being run out of town on a rail. ;-) Remember I'm in California where we have abundant regulations! What appeals to me about using water, an electrolite and electricity to assist in burning gasoline is the cleanliness and compactness of the whole package, and the fact that engine performance is actually improved while improving emissions. Not talking about trying to run on Hydrogen gas as an exclusive fuel at all, just as a supplement. There are countless youtube and web spots on making and using HHO, all with varying degrees of fact and fiction, so I'd like to find out what a real person has to report on use with a motorhome without trying to sell something.
Try using the search box at the top of the page for HHO info.You can also go to NEW MEMBERS and type his name in.This will bring up his MY PAGE.
Indeed! I spent way too long looking at some of the way too many youtube pages on this foggy subject, but somehow I still can't tell if it's for real, or a gas attack on physics. My (better) inner nature hopes to hell that it's a viable technology for all the obvious reasons, but I can't see myself installing a Mason jar under the hood as a fixed component. ;-) Some of the commercial versions appear to be really well developed and the electronics make a lot of sense. But why so much dough??