Hydrogen fuel cell experiment on 1KD-FTV

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Riaan99
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Fri Nov 16, 2018 6:30 pm

Good day all.

This topic was most probably been discussed on this forum or another, but would like your input on this.

I came across this on YouTube,

https://youtu.be/wxfo-w0ptEo

Do you guys think it will work on my 1KD-FTV (2013 Fortuner)?

Will the icu pick something funny up? Will the combustion chamber hold up with the extra heat? Injectors? Will the metal parts rust from Inside?

I sure hope to gain 2km/l more from this experiment, but does not benefit if I need to replace something expensive after a couple of weeks because of this experiment.

Please feel free by sharing any experience you have on this please. :subscribed:
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dax021
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Fri Nov 16, 2018 9:48 pm

It's a con. Takes more energy to produce than it generates. It's not hydrogen either, it's HHO known as Brown's Gas. If it worked, all car manufacturers would be fitting to their vehicles as it would lower fuel consumption and emmission levels. This system has been around for way over 20yrs already, why don't we see 1000's of them in cars - - - - - - - because it's a con. Your choice, try it if you like, I'd be interested in your feedback
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