Sorry, SUV's AINT TRUCKS
I have a 05 250 that I just resently bought and was wondering if HHO has helped anyones MPGs.:ford:
5to 7 amps is good.: The kicker is, (if anyone knows anything about HHO) I'm only running between 5 and 7 amps.
Couple simple questions for you....:whs:
I've seen some pretty immaculate gains on my truck as well as multiple other over the road applications.
I'm not going to post specifics on our build or go to in depth, as I don't have the time to or really want to disclose a lot of our info.
My 7.3's doing very well with it, the last time it was hand calculated I was getting 18.5mpg while hauling 4 quads on an 18' flat bed 600 or so miles round trip. The kicker is, (if anyone knows anything about HHO) I'm only running between 5 and 7 amps.
Can't really give you a number on the exact volume, as its really hard to read because it's suck a light gas. The water does stay cool yes.Couple simple questions for you....
5 - 7 amps.... that's pretty good ! How much volume is being produced ? And any sensors you have to deal with ? Your water is probably staying pretty cool too yes ?
DO you have air sensors, like for oxygen in your air intake or exhaust???hey thanks for the info. its good to see some decent results in a diesel. I had a unit running on my gasser and gained roughly 3mpg. but I am hoping to see beter than that on my diesel.
Are there any sensors I need to worry with on the 6.0??
The injector should have nothing to do with it. The Hydrogen Makes more of the diesel Burn. So it takes less fuel to run. Hydrogen is like putting a oxygen tank in your pickup and running a hose into the air intake.Yeah, on my gass truck you had to contend with the O2 and MAF/MAP sensors to see any big gains. I am not 100% about what sensors are on the 6.0L.
I have also heard that the 2 stage injectors keep the HHO from helping much also.