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Author Topic: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona  (Read 84616 times)

Offline mscoffman

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #15 on: August 19, 2010, 07:07:05 PM »
Check this PWM controller - looks like the same board, Web Link;

http://hydrogenboostnow.com/50ampboxgauge.htm

Those are connector spade "pins" behind the heatsink.
Fans are to keep the heatsink cool. We are not alone.  :)

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This net device seems to have 6x times Faraday yield - enough for
most road situations, apparently. A couple drops of HC never hurt an
ICE engine though. Is still think the "geometry" of the electrolyser
may need to be nearly exact for it to work.

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Offline Gwandau

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2010, 10:59:02 PM »
Found this PWM, which I believe is by far the most heavy duty high current high frequency range for sale on the net.

http://www.hydrogenboostnow.com/100amp.html


I haven´t seen any other high current PWM with a range from 300 to 15000 Hz, so this i beliewe would be a nice alternative
to the PWM used in the video.

I have mailed to the Arizona Electronics for more extensive information about the PWM:s they sell. That way we may
more easily identify the PWM used by Frederick.

I mailed him some days ago about the risks he and his associate are taking by exposing their identities, and stressed
the importance for open source since this would probably keep him safe.

The adress I used was this:  futureenergyconcepts@cableone.net

He answered me this:

"You are so right!!!  I tried in 1982 during the gas crunch, with alot of opposition, decided to give it away to varried websites and personel,
whom haven't done much with it for the last 30 years. If the new concept is not open source-ie: our website, let me know how to make it more so! "

So he will probably in a short time respond to the mails sent by you.

But I think we have to calibrate our PWM:s ourselves in getting the HHO-system to resonate properly.
Just keep to the correct distances between the tubes and follow the other parameters given by these
friendly guys, and we will also succeed in getting 50+ liters per minute!

These admirable guys are genuine. Just hope the stay sound and safe.

Gwandau

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2010, 12:58:57 AM »
From what I've read, seems the real trick is the ionization they use, to multiply the combustion power of the lpm's they are getting.
If ionizing is an OU way to boost the power of HHO (these guys use atomic H apparently), then the world IS saved...

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2010, 12:58:57 AM »
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #18 on: March 21, 2011, 05:27:04 PM »
Can you fellows keep me posted on this matter? 
I built an 18"X8 316L Meyers cell and have to fix a leak in the bottom electrical connector.

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #19 on: March 21, 2011, 08:31:59 PM »
Somethings been bugging me about HHO production and it has probably been answered before - if cells produce much more gas in a vacuum, why are there no commercial cells fitted with a small vacuum pump???

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2011, 09:12:09 PM »
This looks too good to be true.  I really hope it is the real thing.  That would be incredible.  Does anyone on here live near this fellow and can stop over and see his vehicle?  If they can run that big truck, a small car should be easy.

Bill

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #21 on: March 22, 2011, 03:55:03 AM »
you might not want to put a vacuum to that cell.  I did and came too close to sucking water into my commercial vacuum pump. A person would need an extra 10" length of a cylinder added on to the Meyers type cell.
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #22 on: March 22, 2011, 06:26:44 AM »
This looks too good to be true.  I really hope it is the real thing.  That would be incredible.  Does anyone on here live near this fellow and can stop over and see his vehicle?  If they can run that big truck, a small car should be easy.

Bill

The inventor’s name is Fred Wells, AKA: Fast Freddy.  Freddy claimed to run a 2004 Dodge pickup on the cell but then had an accidental meltdown which prompted him to build another cell. 

He built a much larger cell and could not even get it to run a smaller engine than the original Dodge.  You would think he would have gone back to his former design, right?  Instead, he gave up altogether and deleted his YouTube channel where all of his videos used to be posted. 

Many people donated their hard earned money only to be scammed as Freddy never even made good on his original promise which was to release a detailed replication guide/e-book as some sort of open source project.  He was a fake and not a man of his word.  He has no honor or integrity.

The honest and talented Meyer cell researchers are working hard to deliver the goods at a site called ionizationx.com. 

Chessnyt

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2011, 06:41:10 AM »
@Bill
I had three associates fly there last August. The claims are not true and I feel sorry for his original partner who I believe lost thousands.
The excuses offered why it could not be demonstrated were Bizzare. I cannot go into detail to protect the inocent in this case.
Nothing has come of it and nothing ever will
Mark

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2011, 06:41:10 AM »
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #24 on: March 22, 2011, 06:48:50 AM »
The inventor’s name is Fred Wells, AKA: Fast Freddy.  Freddy claimed to run a 2004 Dodge pickup on the cell but then had an accidental meltdown which prompted him to build another cell. 

He built a much larger cell and could not even get it to run a smaller engine than the original Dodge.  You would think he would have gone back to his former design, right?  Instead, he gave up altogether and deleted his YouTube channel where all of his videos used to be posted. 

Many people donated their hard earned money only to be scammed as Freddy never even made good on his original promise which was to release a detailed replication guide/e-book as some sort of open source project.  He was a fake and not a man of his word.  He has no honor or integrity.

The honest and talented Meyer cell researchers are working hard to deliver the goods at a site called ionizationx.com. 

Chessnyt

what a shock *sarcastic*...

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #25 on: March 22, 2011, 12:41:38 PM »
The inventor’s name is Fred Wells, AKA: Fast Freddy.  Freddy claimed to run a 2004 Dodge pickup on the cell but then had an accidental meltdown which prompted him to build another cell. 

He built a much larger cell and could not even get it to run a smaller engine than the original Dodge.  You would think he would have gone back to his former design, right?  Instead, he gave up altogether and deleted his YouTube channel where all of his videos used to be posted. 

Many people donated their hard earned money only to be scammed as Freddy never even made good on his original promise which was to release a detailed replication guide/e-book as some sort of open source project.  He was a fake and not a man of his word.  He has no honor or integrity.

The honest and talented Meyer cell researchers are working hard to deliver the goods at a site called ionizationx.com. 

Chessnyt
One should be pretty dumb for investing money in a guy who claims he has invented free energy. It should ring a bell, regardless of how retarded one possibly could be - there is no excuse for wasting money in a guy you don't know.

Never trust people who ask for donations, invenstments to accomplish their "work". Most of these inventors should have a normal job, and most of them do have time to save money over time, so they can complete their build without recieving money from other people.

Bottom line: Lack of money are NO excuse whatsoever. If you are convinced that your invention will work, get a loan and pay back when you're rich.

Vidar

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #25 on: March 22, 2011, 12:41:38 PM »
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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #26 on: March 22, 2011, 02:18:54 PM »
you might not want to put a vacuum to that cell.  I did and came too close to sucking water into my commercial vacuum pump. A person would need an extra 10" length of a cylinder added on to the Meyers type cell.
Regards,
Ray

I appreciate the reply.  Ah, yes, sucking in water might be a problem alright - but this is just a technicality isn't?  I know the engine itself produces a vacuum, but I was wondering how much of this would be 'seen' by the cell - none at all I suspect if there's bubblers etc. in the way!

btw, I thought this 'Freddy' guy was shown to have been just blowing smoke.  Some of his following videos certainly didn't inspire confidence.

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #27 on: March 22, 2011, 04:32:59 PM »
Hey sprocket I live in Fort Mohave Arizona, a couple hundred miles away from Fast Freddy and was waiting to see more results. What a let-down.  I am half tempted to build a ethanol still and have it done and over with.  At least they work and a person can get a Federal Permit if you already have a still on your premises. 180 proof would make my old Nova get up and Roar.
Regards,
Ray W

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #28 on: March 22, 2011, 05:42:47 PM »
@lefferdink - did you ever consider shopping with http://www.microfueler.com/t-product.aspx for your ethanol needs?  I was really excited when I first read about this (years ago) and was equally surprised to see that he was allowed to proceed with it.  But his 'terms and conditions' are a joke, yearly subscription, pump won't work without internet connection, 'taxed' for each gallon you produce, you still have to buy the raw-materials. And the ultimate insult, you are charged at a higher rate if you don't order the raw-materials from him.  This guy surely deserves to fail.

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Re: Truck claimed to run on 100% HHO in Prescott, Arizona
« Reply #29 on: March 23, 2011, 01:17:28 PM »
If your gonna burn shine build yourself a charles 803 with a diameter of 6 to 8 inches and keep it to yourself. the collum can be conceiled to look like something ells.You need to find a potato farmer ,corn smells too much.

 

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