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Has anyone considered using Hydrogen Peroxide injection for more power? The MSDS lists "DANGER! STRONG OXIDIZER", that means more oxyen for your fuel. It also says it "Increases the flammability of combustible, organic and readily oxidizable materials." Diesel fuel is an organic material, so could ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 02-18-2010, 07:29 PM
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Default Hydrogen Peroxide injection?? for more oxygen for fuel to burn

Has anyone considered using Hydrogen Peroxide injection for more power?

The MSDS lists "DANGER! STRONG OXIDIZER", that means more oxyen for your fuel. It also says it "Increases the flammability of combustible, organic and readily oxidizable materials." Diesel fuel is an organic material, so could be a formula for more power.

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it's cheap enough i would like to know but also
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The 3-5% stuff that is sold over the counter will probably not make much of a difference. You will probably need to try 30-90% H2O2. If anyone considers trying this, be very careful. The stronger H2O2 will require personel protective gear to handle safely and my require system mods so it does not damage parts not designed for it.
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Mix some in a container of fuel, lite it, and see what happens.

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there was a guy in town doin it and the smoke would turn from black to pure white when he'd inject it he said it made a difference but its nothing im gonna experiment with my truck

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i knew a guy that used it on pulling tractors said they ran it pre turbo,

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Write that story to those Mythbusters- let them check out.

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Originally Posted by RamblinWreck View Post
The 3-5% stuff that is sold over the counter will probably not make much of a difference. You will probably need to try 30-90% H2O2. If anyone considers trying this, be very careful. The stronger H2O2 will require personel protective gear to handle safely and my require system mods so it does not damage parts not designed for it.
What he said ^^^^. Peroxides are very dangerous to work with in high concentrations. Some of the most well known explosions in the news are stemmed from peroxides either as a primary or a secondary charge. Peroxides are also very shock sensitive which makes them even the more dangerous to transport. But then again, anything will work if used properly and cautiously.

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Write that story to those Mythbusters- let them check out.
I To would love to see Mythbusters Test this out.

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think they use in rocket engines.. prob would melt down our engines...
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