OT: HHO (Browns Gas) Conversion For Your Car

Levi Pearson levi at cold.org
Wed Jun 11 16:31:11 MDT 2008

"Alex Esplin" <alex.esplin at gmail.com> writes:
>> What about cars that do not have an ECM (say, my brother's 1966 Triumph
>> Spitfire?)

Carburated engines suck air from the fuel lines via the venturi
effect, creating an air/fuel mixture that depends on the amount of air
flow through the carburator.  There's not nearly as much fine-tuning
done in carburated engines as there is in fuel-injected engine, so
you'd see a huge efficiency increase and power increase just by
switching to a fuel injection system on the engine.  This is
completely do-able, and there's even an open source/open hardware
project called MegaSquirt that you can do it with.


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