Recently, we tested our MagDrive HHO Generator on our Vice President's truck.(www.goinggreenertoday.com)
Model: Silverado 2500HD
Engine: 6.6 liter V8 Duramax
Mods: Straight Pipe - Dual Stacks
While in Las Vegas, we took it to David Mashour, owner and operator of Express Smog, We wanted to see what kind of reduction in PM we could achieve.
The test was conducted using a WAGER Digital Smoke Meter, Model 6500 and the results are as followed:
Test one: (with HHO Generator not in use) 3.5ppm
Test two: (with HHO Generator in use) 0.8ppm
*** 77.1% reduction in PM ***
These tests were completed within a span of 5 minutes of each other.
I wrote David an email asking if the numbers were right and the decimal point was in the right place, and here is what he had to say in his emailed response.
Thank you for bringing the 2002 Chevy Duramax through our shop the other day.
The Wager smoke meter doesn't read particulate matter to the 1/100th. The meter only reads to 1/10th. Average results for 99% of diesel vehicles are in the area of 2.8ppm-5.0ppm in testing. These readings are for vehicles that aren't modified with programmers and removal of a catalyst and so forth. So a reading of 0.8 is extremely clean by EPA standards set forth for Nevada. It's almost unheard of to have something that clean, be it Diesel or Gas.
David K. Mashour
Express Smog Inc.
One of our dealers installed the "triple" HHO system on his Subaru. This vehicle is used daily for commuting and picking up vehicle and farm parts for his repair business. His Subaru fitted with a system went from 21 mpg to 36 mpg and actual hit over 50mpg at Highway speeds!