Hi Forum Members
OK We are working this one as well for speed now to I am posting
Simple in Design and may pave way for others to push and work while
with a suitable easy to adjust design as other more refined form
forms are completed,
If you can can base the first thread on standard thread size for chevy ford
( any ok for end of Spark ignitor(spark plug with extended electrode)
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please sketch up other parts with sizing and post in sketup file or cnc files
and we can get this one going
Should be easy and fast please support on this one
as will work and be readily mass produced.
For the little pc
I feel it should be ceramic to provide some insulation and atomize the hho water into mist
similar to what you see in
water injectors into boilers systems.
stan said 125 psi, to injectors may be less bu take note!
It also may be cool to use a water/gasoline pump and mechanical
type pressure regulator so in effect it may only need 30-50 psi and it is regulared
to the injector with simple flange diaphram presure regular also post here.
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Fuel Pressure Regulator.
What is a regulator?
A very simple fixed pressure non adjustable regulator pictured.
This is a 3 port type. These have a connection to the inlet tract via the small pipe fitting on the right, to keep fuel pressure at a fixed value ABOVE inlet manifold pressure. >>>
A fuel pressure regulator is a small device with a diaphragm inside that maintains a constant pressure (or tries to) regardless of the rate of flow. Basically you can put any fuel pressure in, and get a constant "set" pressure out - however much the input pressure might vary. So a Fuel injected car for example has a pump that might run at anything between 150psi static, and 50psi under flow conditions in use. This is "regulated" by your fuel pressure regulator to (usually) 45psi constant (3 bar).