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Old 02-12-2012, 06:12 PM   #1
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FREE Operation Mustang Web Show JUST posted!

My Free Operation Mustang web show was just posted this morning.. I crammed this episode full of classic and late model money saving Mustang How-To stuff!! Click link below to watch..

Home of the Operation Mustang web show

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Please watch when you get a min and let me know what you think. Its one of the best episodes yet!
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What's up doc! Lol I couldn't help myself I have a question for you I have steel pulleys on my supercharger that r chrome plated the outside edges of the pulleys r starting to rust is there a way I can sand these without messing u the finish and is there something I can put on them to stop this from happening again
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Sure,the fix may be to use some 0000 steel wool on the edge's of the pulley's,once you have removed the surface rust,dampen a rag with some cooking airesol "Pam" and spread it on the edge's. This will lubricate the bare steel and repel the moisture in the air,of course keeping the car out of harm's way from water is really what does the trick. Let me know if that works for ya - The Doc
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Thanks doc I appreciate the tip I'm going to try this ASAP.
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Old 02-13-2012, 06:39 PM   #5
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Great informative show Doc!

You wouldn't by chance have a PDF of that Hydrogen fuel cell you made would you?
I'd like to see some more detail on how you put it together and try one myself.


Also, running that vacuum hose from the intake to the fuel cell like you did, with the top of the container drilled out, does that cause any problems with how the car runs?
I ask, because that looks like it might have the same effect as a big vacuum leak.
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Good question's, The vent hole's at the top of the conyainer supply a steady stream of air or draw if you will. On the firewall of the Fox body Mustang's of this generation is mounted a vacuum tree that allowed me to plumb the Hydrogen thru a "manifold" type vacuum (meaning vacuum all of the time under normal driving condition's).The ceiling of the container is doubled walled, so the flow is slow. The same response you get when attaching a PCV. Other then a leaning of the carburator Idle/Mixture's screw's, It run's smooth with no issue's what so ever.. On my opening page of my shop website Mustang Restorations - Classic Ford Mustang restoration - Chicago is a picture of the car with an MPG beaker attached to it for me to document the true mile's per gallon I gained. I put hundred's of miles on the car with that beaker attached to the side of my door. That show segment has gotten alot of attention and I plan on expanding on it in the near future, so stay tuned! Thanks for watchin!!. Chris
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Good question's, The vent hole's at the top of the conyainer supply a steady stream of air or draw if you will. On the firewall of the Fox body Mustang's of this generation is mounted a vacuum tree that allowed me to plumb the Hydrogen thru a "manifold" type vacuum (meaning vacuum all of the time under normal driving condition's).The ceiling of the container is doubled walled, so the flow is slow. The same response you get when attaching a PCV. Other then a leaning of the carburator Idle/Mixture's screw's, It run's smooth with no issue's what so ever.. On my opening page of my shop website Mustang Restorations - Classic Ford Mustang restoration - Chicago is a picture of the car with an MPG beaker attached to it for me to document the true mile's per gallon I gained. I put hundred's of miles on the car with that beaker attached to the side of my door. That show segment has gotten alot of attention and I plan on expanding on it in the near future, so stay tuned! Thanks for watchin!!. Chris
So an EFI engine's EEC-IV ECU will probably make the fuel adjustments you would need correct?
Also, is there a chance you will eventually share the intimate details of the hydrogen cell's construction?


Thanks Doc,
I appreciate your efforts to further our Mustang knowledge and your participation in our Mustang Evolution forums. I also "Liked" your Facebook page while I was visiting your sites.
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