Note: Recent loop tests did not yield savings higher than 5%, which was not significant enough for these tests to be continued. All future tests will stop.
We are testing the both the commercial and home-built devices of HHO generators on three of the vehicles we have: (1) 2006 Dodge Sprinter cargo van, (2) 2005 Toyota Sienna and (3) 1999 Hyundai Elantra.
We have installed a commercial SL50 unit we purchased from here on our 2006 Dodge Sprinter cargo van – click here to see some pictures we took after the installation – we will post the test results there after we finish the test.
Note: 31% fuel saving obtained in the most recent test – need to confirm this result on a longer driving route (340KM rather than 170KM).
After we finish the test of the SL50 unit with our 2006 Dodge Sprinter (2500), we are going to run a second test on our Toyota Sienna with it so that we can test the home-built device on the Sprinter.
Next we are going to test the water vaporizer device on our Hyundai Elantra to see how much fuel saving we can get out of just feeding a tiny amount of water into the engine without any water electrolysis involved. If a significant saving, say 10%, is registered then using the vaporizer alone is probably the easiest and safest way of saving fuel for most people.
We have placed an order of HydroxyTech’s kit with the Alexis cell and a Vehicle Management Unit (VMU). So far it is the most complete commercial kit available that uses PWM (pulse wave module) to power the cell and at the same time deals with MAP/MAF and oxygen sensors all in one unit. It also includes a power unit that make electrical connections easier for a non-electrician. Will post test results here once we get the kit on hands.
Looking for DIY (do-it-yourself) plans to build simple oxy hydrogen generators yourself? Click here to check out these DIY plans we have used.