danceswithmoney Tuesday, 12/07/10 09:29:41 AM Re: pdgood post# 412 Post # of 491 You answered your own question at the start of this sentence on why the HLNT unit has no O2 sensor problems. Quote:The HLNT unit injectes a very small amount of hydrogen and also the oxygen that poses the O2 sensor problem. The amount of hydrogen generated is double that of oxygen. The effect of the additional O doesn't do anything to the O sensor in the HLNT wildcat unit and the little bit does help the IC system get closer to complete combustion. To note that its not "all hydrogen" as you've stated. Here is the chemical equation for complete combustion in a rocket engine. 2 H2 + O2 -> 2 H2O(g) + heat I understand you try very hard to sound like you know what it is you're talking about, but its time to stop. Your science makes no sense. Again, reread through this thread chain and answer all the question presented to you. You need to think about the differing volumes of H and O being intruduced into the IC system between the differing systems. you need also reply to my question on the 'many systems' out there that completely separate the two through electrolysis. No redirection. Just start answering some questions.