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Author Topic: HHO on diesel starting point  (Read 591 times)
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« on: April 19, 2017, 12:21:57 AM »

Hi thanks for accepting..as newbies, hho connection give me better understanding..as starting point with some little knowledge..i want to start building hho for my 1996 toyota 2c diesel turbo 2.0cc..starting to search for its components..
1.the model i will copy for dry cell is ebn(66"expose area)..as mr mike said start half of the engine displacement so i if 2.0 a 13plates 3 power 10neutral(question:is it ok to use 304ss?hairloom)
2.reservoir
3.bubbler with flashport
4.flashback protector
5.PWM
6.relay/fuse/amp.gauge
7.on/off vacum switch..
anything missing or not needed? need guidance..thanks and hope for response...
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2017, 01:56:33 AM »

Hi MrJun,

Welcome to the Forum.
There is an amazing wealth of information that has been typed into this Forum by some dedicated and enthusiastic HHO supporters.
You have an encyclopedic and educational reading experience in front of you....
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