A Synopsis Of Exhausts – Universal Exhaust Catalytic Converter

June 2, 2020 Off By Crystal Watkins

Making combustible gas from water is proven technology and has been around since the 1950’s. When talking about combustion engines we’re not talking about a stand alone fuel source or renewable energy. We’re talking about a combustible soup, a mix of hydrogen and oxygen, that assists the combustion cycle. When used correctly with an efficient set of plans, this system does save on gas usage. Your vehicle will burn less gas increase horsepower and emit cleaner emissions.

This problem is especially challenging because most people lack the skills or knowledge to know whether a particular task has been performed. For example, if you instruct your mechanic to swap out your failing fuel pump with a new OEM replacement, will you know whether the pump is new? Or, could your auto technician put in a badly-designed rebuilt without your knowledge? In most vehicles, this component is installed within the gas tank, so it’s difficult to visually inspect the work.

Reprogrammed ECUs for the Supra TT are VERY $$$. They are in the $1200 range. And they have not been proven to provide a significant increase in performance or safety on BPU(TM) level cars. Their merit shows itself on cars with upgraded Turbo(s). Just be sure you buy your ECU, or have it reprogrammed by a reputable shop that knows what they are doing. And have it tailored to your particular car (Driving habits, and Mods). And I would also recommend taking a look at the AEM Programmable system.

One of the first side effects of HHO power is the smoother running engine. The added HHO power makes for a leaner more efficient burn. You’ll get added horsepower with less of that explosive heat. You will have a cooler burn due to the hydroxy gas. You’ve just added an 80% efficient fuel to your 16% efficient engine, you’re going to notice a difference. Your system without HHO power would dump unused fuel into your catalytic converter. The recycle catalytic converters was introduced in 1975 and is used to cook unused fuel to improve emissions.

Price. The overall price of an exhaust system varies wildly depending on materials used and manufacturers. Be prepared to pay minimum $650 for a cat back and $850 for a turbo back.

But there are a multitude of upgrades available and knowing what to choose can sometimes be a daunting prospect. I’d like to think I have done pretty well with my car (a mid 11s car in the 1/4 mile and full daily driver) and so wanted to give you my top 10 tips for upgrading your Evo I-III/DSM.

The gas from an HHO fuel cell is aimed at the air intake. Aim the gas before the air filter and the filter will help diffuse the gas. Keep your HHO saturation at or below 4%. This is not steam or water vapor, this is a combustible gas within itself. This is also a good time to mention that this is not a toy. You should have good schematics if attempting to build your own fuel cell. If your purchasing one you need to know the liter output. If you go over 4% saturation your asking for trouble. This can easily be avoided with a good set of plans. The benefits far outweigh the initial costs of a well built HHO cell. You will add miles per gallon increase horsepower and emit a cleaner exhaust.