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Phil: Hello everyone, I'm Phil. Welcome to my little hydrogen experiment. There are really lots of stuff on the internet of that and how wonderful hydrogen is and Brown’s gas which is water or combined through electrolysis into its component elements, which is hydrogen. It makes you plumb into your inlet manifold or pitcher or diesel, whatever you’ve got and supposedly it can get between 25% and a 110% increase in the—so, I thought I would do a real time experiment so actually I had this already it worked. So, I’ll get the super cap, set it 1.7 move closer and—by model. It’s got 130,000 miles on the clock approximately, so we know it's originally the emissions. But we've got it for another test and before and after, you want each run on oxygen. It’s supposed to clean up resistance from it as well. And we’ll save it, there is possibility of a business venture there. We’ll see it after work before it’s still working but this has been—
If we didn’t get 50% or more increase in the miles per gallon then that would bring in on a pile with an LPG at 68 insulators at the moment. So, I'm just trying to put it into fit—and I'm going to go to how much gauge, run, I'm just going to have an atmosphere. It’s got few minutes—and we don’t experiment. I filled out with diesel so the next we’re going to see whether there is less and set the trick so all the miles we do or no more diesel will allow me to and get an accurate and almost do other thing, what it’s actually doing in real life. And then we’ll have another guy with the only—so you might see any difference with these emission tests and see if that might need a different scale.
Alright, I think it’s gone now. Okay, it was a hand—yeah so I'm going to disappear off to my miles and for the kick, I can see how many miles in the gap, the average mile let’s say we’re doing in the real level, I mean we’re doing enough one with the—weapon so let’s get off got to kick it. Between us, we’re going to fix this, part of this in the cap. This is the—and somewhere we have got fit some of these and flash back to stop the bulb and what we’ve worked to is we’re going to put a couple there. And just slip the parts through there. And these cells, I'm going to go to our infront bumper so they are lower than the bulb. And we’re going to probably end up putting them back to back so it’s holding the bumper and can play easily. It doesn’t interfere, interfere with the air flow. Of course the aviator, so what we’re going to do now is we’re going to pull a lot this soft front line proof which you don’t need to say because you’re probably not filling on that—and then we’ll come back and we’ll demonstrate. We’ll begin to practice the whole of this and wonderful looking things in placed.
Okay, front the—to make lots bumper on and bumper skin on the floor, project that lock one, you know what you’re doing. Now, these are—in the front of this bumper which we don’t want to block because the air flow to the aviator, airflow about 18 as well so what we want to do is knock these as they said they’re on there. So, what we can do with the bumper skin, we’ll just put the bumper on so that we can transfer. Now, what we’re going to do now is you’ve got that—you see that in there. And what this bumper—is it takes some solid name to make some—and fit in the top. We can actually bump to the bottom or around that. So, the 5% is just going to go down. And they still bring it beyond the limits via airflow and we’re not blocking off any airflow from underneath or I think there’s minimal there but it was not going to fix it. So then, everybody chop up some metal now and then if it’s—
And I can sit in when they work out. But we’ve got the bumper on the bench and on my part it needs to be a bit more methodical, that means sliding to cut the bumper to the bench which is a good idea because if I drop one of these, that’s done—alright so we’ve got to cut the 10 box and then we can cut the units and we’re going to use this in a second. In premium, it’s 3 mill by 25 mill, just flat-like so you can then make some nice strong house straps towards the bumper around the outside back to the top simply as you like. Probably I have to put something spongy around them to stop them there throughout the right you know the plastic. This is part of the base so we’ll bring up some brackets and we’ll come back because we just want to show you. See you soon.
Alright—brackets for the cells gathered from bumper. I’ll tell it’s not an easy joke which was the bracket and—very simple, not to be involved into that. And that will pop there to the—and the front panel so I'll be able to sit there perfectly, one breakage you’ll done. And I've got some hinge string at hand, I'm going to be bringing so I can slide it low and up and that will lock here especially the fabrication, which is what we’re trying to achieve here, this time this project works.
Male: —I've been in the practice for the field service. I’ll make one and I stretch a little bit together. If you haven’t gotten well with this, it’s not a problem. This, you can buy from any car accessory shop. It’s perfectly adequate for the job. You can paint it with—small bricks, any other form of handles. If you have them, just cover inside using this fix closure. That will help absorb the vibrations. Here’s one that’s already bolted in here. You can see a solid but it does going to have some movement in it—