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Old 12-19-2008, 07:28 PM
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hho boosting a turbo diesel engine. anything i should know?

just bought a new vehicle and am transferring my hho system to it from my old car is there anything i need to do? i heard i should keep the hho input low to begin with to clean out the carbon deposits as they burn very hot and may damage the head if to much hho is introduced straight away.
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Old 12-19-2008, 11:35 PM
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Data please...

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just bought a new vehicle and am transferring my hho system to it from my old car is there anything i need to do? i heard i should keep the hho input low to begin with to clean out the carbon deposits as they burn very hot and may damage the head if to much hho is introduced straight away.
Sounds like a plan.

What are you going into a used vehicle with many miles?

What hho system are you using.

Any idea what production of Hydroxy is from it?
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Old 12-20-2008, 06:15 AM
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i run a waterforfuel type system it makes plenty of gas it starts at around 1lpm and peaks at 8lpm the vehicle has done 140,000k's and has been very well maintained. my sytem can be adjusted to produce any output i require within those ranges. i'm new to diesel engines but the knowledge gained from my old vehicle should be applicable
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Old 12-20-2008, 04:21 PM
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You have options

Sounds like you are in a unique position with your hydroxy system.
I would start with the baseline of mimimum hydrogen and monitor engine performance and check for alarms...
Slowly increase over time and distance your hydroxy measuring your mpg as you go for optimal performance parameters
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Old 12-20-2008, 10:57 PM
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thanks for that i'm in the process of making the brackets required for my high voltage alternator today. so hopefully wont be to long till it is all in. if anyone knows how to adjust the fuel mixture on a diesel engine? that is also something i need to take care of.
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Old 12-24-2008, 01:43 PM
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thanks for that i'm in the process of making the brackets required for my high voltage alternator today. so hopefully wont be to long till it is all in. if anyone knows how to adjust the fuel mixture on a diesel engine? that is also something i need to take care of.

What yr. model and type of diesel?
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Turbo diesel info here..please add input if any to this thread
(key words turbo diesel)
http://www.panaceauniversity.org/Hydroxy%20Boosters.pdf
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Old 12-29-2008, 03:53 AM
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hi ashtweth. i decided to ditch the old petrol vehicle i was testing with for a newer vehicle as i had gone as far as the carb setup will allow without going to efi. and besides i really wanted to focus on diesel vehicles and generators anyway. my boss has approached me to build a system for his twin 800ci cat diesel powered launch now i have proved hydrogen is safe. so i should be able to forward some valuable info hopefully.
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Hi mate, that would be great my friend, looking forward to the results, i think Smack also talks about it in his installation guide as well
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Old 12-31-2008, 01:00 AM
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got cell in now and running just on brute force off the battery till i can get my second alternator sorted i ran into some pulley geometry issues. will 2.5lpm be a safe starting point you think? its a 2002 mitzi l300 2.5 turbo diesel.
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2.5lpm ok to start with anyone?
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That will be a good boost prob 25%-30% IMO
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Hydroxy into a VW 1.9L TDI

Anyone has experience with injecting Hydroxy into a '06 VW TDI 1.9L? It is a turbo diesel with intercooler. It has a heated O2 sensor and a MAF sensor.
Where should I inject the gas and how many LPM would be best?
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You need an EFIE if u have an oxygen sensor
http://www.panaceauniversity.org/Hydroxy%20Boosters.pdf

Also check the Diesel turbo info posted in that document should get you started, i suggest U READ ALL OF THE DOCUMENT .

For every liter of engine size, add 1LPM of hydroxy (liter per minute)
This will give you a good boost.
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You need an EFIE if u have an oxygen sensor
http://www.panaceauniversity.org/Hydroxy%20Boosters.pdf

Also check the Diesel turbo info posted in that document should get you started, i suggest U READ ALL OF THE DOCUMENT .

For every liter of engine size, add 1LPM of hydroxy (liter per minute)
This will give you a good boost.
From what I have read, the O2 sensor on the new Turbo Diesels is to control the amount of EGR and not the amount of fuel being injected (unlike gasoline engines) But I suppose it needs to be added to the list of things to be tested
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Help with a turbo diesel hho conversion

As a newcomer I would like to say a little tanks for opportunity and Hi to All....

I am about to Boost with HHO a Renault Master T35 2.5 turbo Diesel Reg. 1996

So far I am getting

Dry Plates +nnnnn- probably producing up to 3Lpm at 30 AMPs
Bubbles and Squeeks
Hi 90 or 120 AMP alternator
Will connect hho at first before the engine air filter and see....
try after filter (if I get a filter just for HHO)

Now The buts and iffs ???????? Help please....

Is it advisable to inject HHO as close as the pre-turbo area ? (will the turbo knock the hho off if not operating ????)
Do I need an EFI/e and company (does the car have sensors and ecu ????)

I'm in the second month research and I can't find the info in the net, the mechanics and renault services think I'm a criminal or something so....
Please have you got family working for renault ??? Has this car got any kid of fuel injection device that i'll neet to patch in order so lean out the evil oil...?????

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Old 03-14-2010, 12:20 PM
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HHO Booster on Turbo Diesel Engine

Hi all, We have the updates for my conversion.

The Converted vehicle is a Renault Master T35 Turbo diesel reg 1992.

I have installed a dry cell conf.+nnnn- dragging 15/20 amps has a nice hho production with 1 teaspoon Sodium Hydroxide also called Lye = NaOH concentration x litre.
The gas is introduced into the air intake between the airbox and the turbo with the tube going into the intake tube up till the last curve b4 turbo.
It definitely affects the vehicle torque and MPG which is now 30 on the motorway, b4 was around 20/25.

I will try pwm with modulated freq. tests and i'll post as soon as done.

Apparently there is no ecu on board, so no electronics req. but I was thinking about trying to lean the mixture from the oil pump ...???

any suggestion welcome.
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Some suggestion based from meyer system:
- add ionizer in the air filter
- add ionizer in the hho output (make sure that the ionizer do not produce spark)
- don't care if the cell produce water vapor

The purpose of first ionizer is to improve fuel and air mix. the purpose of second ionizer is to prevent hydrogen recombining with water. Make sure that there is no spark. A pulsed HV will prevent recombination longer.
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