HHO in a 2-stroke???

Rayzor

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I am building a motorized bicycle with a 48cc kit from spookytooth. i want to get better emissions and get higher rpm/hp and an HHO system does that for a car. I want to know if i could install a homemade electrolyzer, and buy a NO4 part that goes into the engine that has a barb valve on it. Obviously i would have backflow valves on it so i got get a burned bum. Any one know a better way to do it? Is it even possible?.duh.
 

Rayzor

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What does it do to aluminum?

Im not sure the hassle would be worth it, but if i pull it off, even if it doesnt help at all, it would totally be worth itdance1
 

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I'm trying to find again where I read it, but to the best of my memory it makes aluminum brittle and eats it away. As soon as I find it I'll post a link.......................
 

Rayzor

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HAHA its ok :) ill do some more research into it before i put it in, thanks for bringing that to my attention
 

biken stins

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As it burns a lot hotter it would effect the lubrication. There is a small 4 stroke on you tube running on HHO. Pondered the idea,read a bunch on it and it just don't seem feasible for these engines. But where there's a will there's way.