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What you are watching is a HHO cell being used on a 2001 mercury grand marquis=, with excellent results.

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4 Responses to “Water 4 gas water4gas v4”

  1. davidrrrd
    on May 20th, 2010
    @ 1:12 am

    you will be happyer moveing from the mason jar cells to the pro cells like the EBN dry cells.
    i have built a great many of thos jar cels and found they just burn up or ware out in a month or two.
    good for testing perposes and trying out to see if it works on a given make or modle, but then you need a real consumer generator, not the jars

  2. Bond007ria8
    on May 20th, 2010
    @ 3:33 am

    the jar is fine for now as i am still testing, but you can check my new videos, the jar works fine, and the wire doesn’t burn up

  3. davidrrrd
    on May 20th, 2010
    @ 4:56 am

    you should try changing from the polycarbonat core to something that wont melt and twist up!
    i traveled to FLA. this past november and attended the HHO GAMES,
    i had a chance to talk to a few guys who dont make them with the polycarb core,
    one guy showed me one made from a heavy duty tent peg he got at sams club.
    the big ass tent peg makes a great core, it dosent melt and twist up,
    some polycarb cores actualy become conductive too!
    water is absorbed into polycarb and the electrolite also.

  4. Bond007ria8
    on May 20th, 2010
    @ 9:10 am

    i use a particular type of plastic.

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