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    Here is a link for the EFIE schematics http://www.alt-nrg.org/efie.html

    A 2001 will be more work than the 94 but not as much as a new truck.

    What style cell did you build last time (wet or dry)?
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    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneJackson View Post
    Here is a link for the EFIE schematics http://www.alt-nrg.org/efie.html

    A 2001 will be more work than the 94 but not as much as a new truck.

    What style cell did you build last time (wet or dry)?
    It was wet and very small. SS plates and water, I was shocked how well it worked. I figure it gave me a better grade of gas somehow.
    Mike R.
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    Actually being a wet cell, most of what you were injecting was steam. Water injection is a good thing but can be done more efficiently.
    Everlast PowerTig 200DX
    Everlast Supercut 50P
    I need a MIG.... which one to buy:
    I-Mig 160, I-Mig 200, or a MTS 160

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    I used Stainless Steel Wall Plates when i built mine cheap cost like .90 cents a plate Click image for larger version. 

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    I know nothing about your application, but I have done some electrolytic rust removal. Some people go on about producing chromates when using stainless steel. Is it not much of an issue? I always wondered about how much you could be making. (I was only running about 15 amps through.)

    PS - for whatever reason I did one with soap in the solution once. Got nice big oxygen & hydrogen bubbles mixed together. Using a match, they popped pretty darn good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneJackson View Post
    Actually being a wet cell, most of what you were injecting was steam. Water injection is a good thing but can be done more efficiently.
    I read about that in the old days with the planes flying in the war. But I was shocked to see the better mileage for sure. It breaks the $4 mark I might consider it again.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Moir View Post
    I know nothing about your application, but I have done some electrolytic rust removal. Some people go on about producing chromates when using stainless steel. Is it not much of an issue? I always wondered about how much you could be making. (I was only running about 15 amps through.)

    PS - for whatever reason I did one with soap in the solution once. Got nice big oxygen & hydrogen bubbles mixed together. Using a match, they popped pretty darn good!
    Funny I did that as well. First one scared the tar out of me, not O/A loud but loud. It blew over the container as well.

    I have heard misting water on the AC coils will sale money but never did that either. And who know what crude in the water would do to the aluminum coils. Like the TIG torch

    We might have to have Shane spin this off to the Chat Lounge. hahahaa.. But the HHO in the truck, I not only witnessed it, saved some cash.
    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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