OT: HHO (Browns Gas) Conversion For Your Car

Brian Hawkins brianhks at activeclickweb.com
Thu Jun 12 15:54:58 MDT 2008


In order to get this to work I think you'll have to hook up a second
alternator and then rewire it to be a DC generator.  Alternators by their
very nature cap off the amount of voltage they produce (no mater how fast
you turn an alternator it will always produce 14V)  Alternators are
extremely inefficient.  A DC generator on the other had is more efficient
and would give you more volts when the engine turned faster which means more
hydrogen.  It also means you can generate enough volts to arc weld parts of
your car together if you're not careful.  (I had a science teacher in
college talk about creating an arc welder in just this fashion).

So if you have an old pickup with enough room around the engine to add in a
second alternator/generator you could be in business.  Modern cars cram the
engine in so tight there isn't room enough to change the oil.

Brian



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