Scooter Hydrogen Hybrid System Installation Instructions
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Scooter Hydrogen Hybrid Maintenance Instructions
- Every one to two weeks replace the water in your hydrogen generator. Empty the glass jar and clean it. Fill it with just a little more than one cup of DISTILLED water. Not tap water DISTILLED ONLY. Clean fresh water produces the most hydrogen.
- You must mix baking soda as an electrolyte in the water for your hydrogen generator. You can use from 1/8 of a teaspoon up to ½ teaspoon. (teaspoons are the little ones) It should never take more than ½ teaspoon. The hydrogen production is controlled by how much baking soda you use, more baking soda = more hydrogen. Smaller engines need less, bigger enegines need more. Start with a little baking soda and work your way up. Experiment with what works best for you! You don’t need tons of hydrogen…
- If you use too much baking soda your hydrogen generator will overheat and blow a fuse or boil over. At ½ teaspoon the generator will run very warm but not overheat, for best performance it should be mounted on the outside of the bike for good air flow.
- Some water may leave the generator and enter the bubbler/water trap device as you ride and go through turns. That is fine and is intended to happen. As the generator cools it will suck the extra water back in where it belongs. The bubbler/water trap device is very important as a safety device and it also prevents water from entering your carburator. Your system should never be operated without it!
- Once a month you should empty the bubbler/water trap device and clean the anti slosh material and inside of the device. Then add ½ inch of distilled water to the bubbler and then re-assemble. Do not ever add more than ½ inch of water to the bubbler device.
NOTE: Your water may turn golden, orange or brownish. This is perfectly normal and happens in every generator. It is nothing to worry about and your generator will continue to produce hydrogen even when really dirty and nasty. But by keeping your water changed out every 1-2 weeks, you should always have a nice clean hydrogen cell that works hard to make hydrogen. You may see a steamy mist form in the tube that goes to your air filter/box from the bubbler device. This is normal so do not panic. Even a few drops of condensation are perfectly fine. There should never be large amounts of water in that line.