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Member since 5/1/2008 9:13:35 AM
Hello all
Posted: 5/2/2008

Richard here (I'm the admin) just giving a shout out to everyone stopping by!

I've built my first cell and am in the testing phase with is on my Ford F150 2003 model with a Triton 5.4L. So far, so good - no explosions anyway

I've built my cell off the PowerTube idea on YouTube but I'm seeing some good modifications coming in the next version.

I installed the cell and simple electronics last night and used it this morning on the way into work. I blew my 15AMP fuse because I'm not using a PWM yet. I bought a kit from a dealer on Ebay but it was bad from the start and they are refusing to replace it.

Today I'm going to be getting some new fuses and perhaps changing the solution in the cell some to dodge any more fuse blows until I get my PWM.


Member since 6/19/2008 9:36:21 AM
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/19/2008

Hey Richard, my name's Tim.
I've got a 2002 F-150 Triton V8, the same engine as yours, and I'm about to add an HHO generator to it too.
I had a few questions.
1.) How will you solve the O2 sensor issue? I've heard this will cause your engine to pump more gas into the chamber unless you trick the ECU.
2.) Will you be tapping into your vacuum line so that idling will also utilize your HHO mix?
3.) I see that you tapped into the intake duct right at the manifold. Do you know of any issues with bypassing the MAF sensor in the accordion section of the ducting near the filter?

I think this technology is amazing!
I've been tinkering with different cell designs for the past two weeks now, but can't decide on one.
What are you using for plates? How many? Any neutrals?

Sorry for so many questions, but I want to try to get this into my truck before a long road trip next month, so I'm trying to collect all the answers I can.



Member since 5/1/2008 9:13:35 AM
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/19/2008

Hi Tim, my origional post was a little premature I'm afriad and most of my problems have been solved by using the HT7 fuel cell soon to be avliable here. It only outputs PURE 100% Hydrogen and not HHO. There is no need to even dink with trying to fool your vehicals electronics and emmissions equipment, as a matter of fact - we want them to do thier job!

Keep an eye on this site for more information regarding my new HT7 fuel cell.
Here's a little teaser for ya




Member since 6/19/2008 9:36:21 AM
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/19/2008

Well... I'll be very interested to hear about that!
The O2 was the main bugger in the system.
Without it, the sensors won't care.
Very interesting.

I'd still like to know if and how you tapped into your vac line.


Member since 5/3/2008
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/19/2008

Ok come see the best units www.h2opowerd.us


Member since 6/15/2008 1:54:46 PM
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/21/2008

Hello Richard and Tim,
I am in the same boat as you guys I have an 04 F150 and was working on my cell starting with my daughters older ford escort. So Richard you decided to do away with working on the hho and figured out how to make straight hh. I and I 'm sure Tim was hoping to pick your brain on your set up with your F150 but it looks like your selling the info/unit. Did you get it running on your F150?


Member since 6/19/2008 9:36:21 AM
Re:Hello all
Posted: 6/23/2008

Hey there Jim, yeah it appears as though Richard has gone for the gusto and bypassed the pesky O2 issue altogether. But he seems to be keeping that little secret to himself.

I saw your vid Rich, and it does certainly seem like you're separating the two gases effectively. How it's done still remains a mystery to me, but I don't see that anyone else has done it yet, so it might pay off big for you to keep it under wraps.

Any estimate on the price for one of these?

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