HHO install in a 2006 Ram 1500 - 2





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Aug 2, 2008

This second video deals with my completed cell and install in my Ram truck. I got a little impatient and cut my own gaskets out of 40 mil shower pan liner, and with my luck the gaskets from fire in the water showed up this afternoon. I plan on running these first test with my cutouts and then I'll put in the thicker 1/16th" gaskets at a later date.

Working with this cell I've noticed a few things I haven't seen mentioned in anyone else's videos that are using this cell. First the cell is really efficient. When I first fired it up with my usual electrolyte mixture 3tsp NaOH in 1gal of distilled water; the cell went crazy and shot up to 120 amps (you should have seen the HHO, it had to be 9+ liters per minute. I could make the out-tube on my bubbler whistle with my finger). My wires heated up and I was forced to shut it down after about 5 minutes. I wish I had the wiring and a alternator big enough to run that load.

Since then I've flushed the cell and put a mix of ¾ tsp NaOH /gal distilled water and I am holding steady between 55 and 60 amps. I've measured output at 4 liters per minute (with a crude measuring device). With that being a good production number I have chosen to replace my lead wires. I have fabricated two feeds going from 4ga and reducing to 8ga feeders. I have also added a small pump to the return from my reservoir to increase cooling on the cell.

I think that the distance between my plates is too narrow and it is causing the cell to run hot and draw to many amps. I would appreciate some feed back from anyone running this cell, to verify my reasoning.

Comments are disabled for this video.
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...