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Author Topic: S1R9A9M9: 1978 El Camino V8 + Briggs 18HP ran on water 2005-2008  (Read 292 times)
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Tap water to old car carburetors with accessory 6-7 amps current passes through spark plug along with high ignition volts.  Small Hydrogen generated at spark plug gap acts upon water , so as vapor pressure also available to run engines. 0-34 degrees late timing ATDC.  Car driven 3000 miles, about 18 miles per gallon water, at lower power level, and lower RPM.  (Engines must have EGR applied and adjustable. (Nitrogen impressed in moisture from compression aids engine efficiency) Data was gleaned from web site/ message board before it shut down in Dec 2019. Battery and power supply converter need diode bank to protect battery and power source. (2) 2 Millihenery inductors inside vintage traffic lights controller vacuumed relay, per cylinder, and diodes ,were the secret! Some S1R9A9M9 information is on internet, and related You tube videos. I studied, and figured out most of it from the old messages forum, and slow motion frames. . My Attempt at bench assembly of Briggs engine near completion. Have you read or heard about this topic?? His Engines would start , but need carb main jet drilled larger for more water flow, for off idle/power mode of engine. Nathren's lawn mower engine was also self sustaining , running on the dual alternators 10A output current and water drawn in, after battery disconnected from starter and engine.( Not sure if flow was the lower Average current on hand test meter, or Peak higher current as seen on garage oscilloscope.) Check You tube videos ..#1 and #2...S1R9A9M9
   
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