How Many Know This?

Child holding Earth planet in handsThere are two principal types of Gasoline Engines. Motors that are Carbureted and motors that are fuel injected.
Most of all vehicles after the mid 1980s are Fuel injected. Most of those before the mid 1980s have carburetors.
Engines with carburetors mix the Fuel and air as it enters the engine through the intake manifold on the top of the Engine. One will notice the presence of the carburetor on the intake manifold. Usually the fuel-air mixture is set with a adjustment screw located on the carburetor and will not vary due to the signals from any sensors that the vehicle may have.

There are two categories of Fuel Injected Vehicles ; Throttle Body Injection and Direct Port Injection, and both types rely on signals from the various sensors in the vehicle for delivery of a specific amount of fuel to achieve a Fuel-air mixture of 14.7:1, 14.7 parts air to each 1 part fuel, which is the most effective mixture for the engine.
Throttle body injection uses one or two fuel injectors located in the throttle body of the air intake.
According to the various sensor signals received by the Vehicles ECU, a Pulsed signal is sent to the Fuel
Injector to release fuel into the stream of air entering the intake manifold of the engine to complete
Combustion in the cylinder. The cycle of this signal (on time versus off time) does determine how much
Fuel is delivered to the engine.

Direct port injection will be most of the of systems you will find and they work on a similar principle, but
The fuel injectors release the fuel directly into the cylinder for the most effective distribution of  fuel. Direct
Port injected vehicles will have a fuel injector for every cylinder. Each injector will open and close once
Per combustion stroke, and the amount of time open determines the amount of fuel released into the

There are sensors that affect the amount of fuel that the engine mixes with the air to achieve
The most efficient fuel burn. The MAF Sensor, the MAP Sensor, the 02 Sensor, Air intake Temperature
Sensor all aid to determine the amount of fuel the engine will mix with the incoming air.
We will talk about are the MAP or MAF sensor and the 02 Sensor.

The job of the MAP/MAF sensor is the same but they go about it in two different ways. Their job is
Basically to tell the computer how much air is flowing into the engine. This information is used to calculate

how much Fuel is required for that amount of air. The MAP/MAF sensor is the “starting point” for the air Fuel mixture.

If the MAP/MAF sensor tells the computer that “X” amount of air is coming into the engine, Then it needs to

add “Y” amount of fuel to get “about” a 14.7:1 air fuel mixture. The 02 Sensor then fine tunes The mixture.

As you drive your vehicle , over time components will wear.  Tires and brakes and some electrical goodies , as well , the

motor and its accessories.  Of course tires and brakes will wear according to ones driving habits.  Other vehicle parts are

made at the factories to only last so long.  They depend on you being the return customer. It is called “preplanned obsolescence”.

This is sort of built into every part.  Engines are tuned at the factories to be sluggish with no surprises kind of…  One would

get the impression that “this Car ” will run forever and you don’t need to know anything, from some advertising.   Why this

one performs just like the …..Why, you can be a Super Hero!

Actually it is really a good thing to know about how your transportation works .

You can use a low octane fuel in the modern engines , or any engine. But that does not necessarily mean it is good for the system.

The Automotive Industry has designed various parts within motors so it won’t get that pinging noise like older style motors

But with the Low Octane fuels the piston stroke is short leaving out a lot of power, and most of the fuel you buy is being burned

in the catalytic converters and being left behind in the form of carbon deposits on the inside engine walls. Running sluggish

and clogging everything up decreases the life of the motor because everything has to work harder.

Inside engine walls are not smooth. They have hone marks that are designed to hold oil and this is a big part of the lubrication system.

So when large amounts of carbon are left behind by an inefficient system then the engine is no longer being oiled properly, the

system is running rough, and hotter, polluting stronger, and engine parts are wearing away faster.

The solution is to use high octane fuel in your vehicle.  You can buy it. 100, 105 octane fuel is expensive. Many race car drivers get this fuel.

What high octane will do is burn hotter and quicker allowing the piston to go the full stroke and with that comes more power. With high octane

fuel comes a more complete burn, 85% as opposed to about 40% with low octane.   So with burning the higher percentage of fuel

there is a whole lot less excess actually keeping the engine walls clean and polluting very little.  And you are going farther , in terms of miles ,

simply because there is no longer any waste.  The engine will also run much smoother and quieter.  Smoother and quieter means 

all the mechanical stuff does not have to work as hard. It also means the engine is running cooler.

Now with a high octane fuel the motor is working like it is actually designed to.

As long as the Engine Control Unit accepts the higher octane , just a matter of tuning , so the system adjusts to what the various sensors read.

There are many ways to increase octane. Some work better than others.    The one I use is a Hydrogen on Demand system.   This system creates

hydrogen only as it is needed, thus,  no storage of hydrogen is necessary.  All the benefit comes with no modification of the engine and with

all the tuning parts solved . It comes complete, I mean, absolutely everything down to the last bolt , and made at the factory in the USA.

It is a very professional looking system  and it works very well.   The engine oil stays so clean,  at 5000 miles the oil looks clear like I just

changed it yesterday.   The systems are not expensive and depending upon ones driving habits , it will pay for itself in saving of fuel cost

in short periods of time.



The hydrogen increases the octane value so the motor will work more like it was built to do. Using regular gas ,that is, low octane

the motor always runs sluggish compared to what an octane booster would do.  When you see the difference, you will never go

back to low octane anything again.

Once the HHO system is installed, it will create fuel as you drive from the little water source you carry around.  Hydrogen only as

you need it.  The savings in gasoline will be large and you will prolong the life of the motor.

Most folks are interested in saving money.  Hydrogen on Demand systems are not very expensive because the whole idea is to help

people to save, to become less dependent on petroleum , to aid people toward becoming more aware of the environment. 

The knowledge about this technology is Free.   The more you know, the more you can do for yourselves and for others .  So be it.

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That Dry Cell Looks Wet To Me

White SupercarThe first HHO systems that I saw were made with jam and preserve jars that had electrodes inserted,  where the jars were filled with water and the electrodes connected to a 12 volt power source ,   and one had to add a catalyst ,  like baking soda,     to create electrolysis,   which,  in  turn separates the water molecules,   or the hydrogen from the oxygen.   In turn,   again ,  the system sent the hydrogen through the air system of the vehicle as a supplement   to the gasoline or diesel.  

The systems seemed to work pretty well with providing better fuel mileage,  more power ,  and cleaner emissions.  But there were a few problems that needed attention,  like,  because the electrodes were submerged in water all the time some of the electrical power would leak away in the form of heat. The system would get hot,  adjustments   had to be made fairly often to maintain the constant correct voltage to supply enough  LPM  ( liters per minute)  to maintain a   14.7 to 1 air to fuel ratio. It did involve a lot of trial and error, but Hydrogen on Demand technology was very experimental.

Today new systems have been developed that are efficient ,   with electric components that maintain constant voltage,  where by ,  the system provides the correct  LPM, Liters per Minute,  24 hours a day,  if you wish.  More safety features,  have been added like back flow prevention , fusible links and relays, and a proper catalyst.  Advanced electronics for tuning and that allow one to view the performance stats all the time is a plus.

Dry cells are where electrolysis happens.    Interesting enough,  only part of this cell is dry.   Instead of  the electrodes being completely submerged in the electrolyte solution,   the electrolyte  runs from a separate reservoir through a series of metal plates that are charged to provide the hydrogen supplement .  It is a closed system and leakage is not a factor provided it is installed correctly.  Also provided that you purchase this system from a reliable company. In fact many hydrogen on demand systems look like factor equipment installed,   and they are easy to maintain.   Mostly all one really needs is to fill the reservoir periodically .    Remember, this system never stores any hydrogen. The hydrogen supplement is made only as the engine requires it.

The cost of these systems generally run between $400 and $600.  That is from reliable companies and because they manufacture warranty is available. With the savings in fuel and maintenance the system pays for itself over short periods of time.

   The Dry Cell Systems do a better job of providing the large benefit for your car, the environment,  and your wallet.   

For more information, a good place to get educated would be Advanced HHO .  This site is easy to navigate.


Know your vehicle prior to installation


So you want to install a Hydrogen on demand system on you car.  Yeah, what a good idea.  After all there are tremendous benefit in doing so.

To get the most out of this installation and gain what you expect that you should, then it is important to be sure your car is running in top shape prior .

Cars can have problems that are not readily apparent because , the car seems to run fine and there are no codes showing, and the mileage is like what the manufacturer says it should be for the age of the vehicle, ect.  Why, most people would assume that the vehicle is great because he/she would have no reason not to.

But problems such as worn oxygen sensors,  clogged EGR valves and/or circuits, ignition components that are worn, clogged catalytic converter, other defects in the sensors, and, many other problems. Although not real huge but enough  to prevent mileage gains after proper tuning.  This is all preventative maintenance , stuff you do to keep you transportation dependable. Don’t let small stuff turn into big stuff.

Having your car inspected,check everything, and doing things like getting a complete tuneup, including changing the air filters, changing the oil, and checking the oxygen sensors,and making sure you have all the basics covered will help to insure you get what you expect from your hydrogen supplement.

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When you install the hydrogen on demand system, be sure you go and read the De-Bug check list . This will help you to know your system is working

properly.  Find the Check list at Reliant Fuel systems,  left side , click on “coming soon” .


Hydrogen Monkey?

Mechanic MonkeySomething familiar to some and a mystery to many.

Advanced HHO  is a company that I’ve talked about extensively .   They are a very good source  for everything connected to hydrogen on demand systems.  Kits , Parts, and all different levels of technology concerning Dry Cells , and for gasoline and diesel applications.

Large or small no matter if you are really new to this technology or advanced, I believe , they can help you.

Hydrogen Monkey is the way Advanced HHO is able to reach the whole World with technical instructions and expanding support. is easy to remember.

And believe it, the Whole World is getting into Hydrogen on Demand.

You will find Loads of information about how to Match hho to you engine, Computer management , Warranty information,  How to install,  Data sheets, etc,   for all levels of experience.

Want to look at HHO systems and find out how easy this whole process can be?

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I don’t expect you to Believe…

There is broad agreement that water is the solution to our energy problems and also that petrol dependency of the USA is a national security hazard! Not just the USA – energy dependency is a serious hazard to any nation. The fast growing China is energy starved right now. And China is becoming the
most polluted country in the world.

Hydrogen on Demand know-how provides you with a great solution you can install in any vehicle.

I don’t expect you to believe in water-enhanced vehicles. You see, your belief level has to rise step by step. Hydrogen on Demand  is hard to believe until it’s actually happening under your own hood. Until you see it in your energy bills.
Until you understand how your vehicle is running better, much cleaner, and smoother.

We not only point you to the Door, We open the door for you.

# Your car or truck is being damaged right now by unburned fuel!

Hydrogen on Demand technology will help not only eliminate carbon deposits caused by unburned gasoline – but will also steam-clean your engine while you drive! Over the first few days you may notice that the engine becomes smoother and smoother. Then it will level off at a new level – and the engine will continue to steam-clean itself every day while you drive!

# Every Hydrogen on Demand device  we’ve installed makes the engine quiet and calm.  The engine stops knocking (”pinging”). The simple explanation: The water and hydrogen change the combustion cycle into a more even or “round” cycle. This happens immediately upon installation, and from that moment on, your engine works in a new way. The effect is not only less noise, it’s also less vibration, resulting in reduced strain on the transmission (thus smoother gear shifts), cleaner pistons and valves, and generally better engine operation.

# Water cools down the engine. For years, heavy trucks and ships have been using water injection systems that cost up to $15,000 to cool their engines. These truck/ship owners are very sensitive to maintenance expenses and they know from years of experience that water reduces their breakdowns and overall operating costs. With HHO we do the same thing affordably!  The whole Idea is to save.   System costs today are still very affordable.  They pay for themselves in short periods of time.   The savings in fuel and maintenance  are wonderful.


Better Mileage

pinup woman My Son got into his car one day, backed out of the driveway , and went ,about, two blocks
before he realized that one of the car’s tires was flat. Sounds dumb. But how many of you walk
around your vehicle and visually check before getting in and driving anywhere?

How often do you all check the engine oil, water, washer fluid, the drive belts, is anything leaking?
When is your next oil change due? Still have windshield wipers? What about the battery? Are the posts
corroded ? Does your car start easy in cold weather?

How many notice a tire that might be a little low and exclaim ‘ I’ll fix that later’ and move onto other things. How long before we ever remember about that tire?

Yes, the first day of Winter is tomorrow. Very cold weather has spread all the way down to the South East United States, and that air came down from Canada. And cold weather has an effect on how our vehicles run.

It is very important to check our cars and trucks and buses and… more often in cold weather.
All of these factors have some baring on the fuel economy of our vehicles. Fuel manufacturers are
regulated to provide different fuel mixtures according seasons of the year. A cold weather mixture is more
expensive to produce because of the change over and retooling that has to occur due to cold weather months. Yeah, I know, I can hear you all yelling out, ‘Those dang#@%%^$&*oil companies anyway’,
I am not here to make any political statements, but to try and aid you to the awareness that you do
not have to get lousy fuel mileage.
Old or new, take care of your car. The amount of time spent just checking stuff out on your vehicle
will be a lot less than if your low tire decides to blow out at high speed, The drive belt snaps and leaves you
stuck on the side of some highway with no heat. Or how many different things do you think could happen.
Some of you work on your own vehicles, change the oil and filters and light maintenance and others
are lucky enough to have found a good honest mechanic. There are a lot of mechanics out there and I’d say, the majority are ok.

Not doing regular maintenance can lead to your vehicle performing a lot less than it should. This will
effect the fuel economy and, guess what? cost you a lot more money. Today gasoline prices are at or around $4.00 a gallon. How much does it cost to fill your car? How hard do you work for the money you have? And, If you let the car go to hell, so to speak, this is going to cost plenty more than if one had just taken care to see that everything with the car was good. See something broken, fix it, even if it is a small thing. Broken small things can lead to broken big things.

Some things that will help with better mileage are change the oil at regular intervals, that includes the filter. Generally the newer oils can be changed at 5000 miles. Keep the tires on your vehicle inflated to there proper weight. The vehicle will roll easier and balanced. Make sure your tires are all wearing evenly.
Some have used nitrogen to fill their tires, because nitrogen pressure does not fluctuate due to weather changes and there is a noted increase in fuel economy. Nitrogen can be had at many tire stores and the cost is about $10.00 a tire. It does pay for itself over time. Having tires at the same pressure all the time saves on tire wear. Saves on some engine wear, because the easier the wheels roll the less the motor has to work. You might think that ratio is small, but over time with the carbon deposits etc from a sluggish
running car will shorten the life of an engine a lot. Keep the motor clean,inside and out. cleaning the outside can show you where any leak might be or if there are any coolant, oil or other fluids leaking.
In some cases, one can see if there is anything bent cracked or broken much easier.

The motor was designed to be lubricated. The inside is not, all together , smooth. There are hone marks through out the motor that are design to hold oil for proper lubrication. With the low octane fuels we are forced to use from the pump, now you can yell and scream, the fuels are not wholly consumed and carbon deposits are formed inside on the motor hone surfaces and actually prevent lubrication. Low octane prevents the engine from performing at full power and what ever is not left on the inside walls, is burned by the catalytic converter . Bottom line then?
I’ll have you know ,the guys that build the cars know this. OK So let’s increase the octane and get
a burn that is so close to complete that the inside of the motor gets cleaned out and lubricated once again.
If that happens, bet the engine oil is not very dark after 5000 miles. How would you like to change the oil in your car one time a year.? How about just changing the filter every 5000 miles? Do you know that as well as getting your cars motor more power, the fuel mileage will increase. How much time and money can be saved.
Find out how HERE
>What about your driving habits? Hey, I don’t want to get personal. Drive at a constant speed uses less fuel than slowing down and speeding up all the time. What about rush hour traffic? Some stuff will be just part of living in crowed places. In any heavy traffic situation it is not advisable to use the cruse control.
But just try to do the best you can to flow with the traffic. Cruse control is great on the open highway as long as you are not prone to fall asleep at the wheel. You should get the idea. Just be responsible. One can actually see the difference.