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Old 05-07-2012, 01:39 AM   #16
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Default HCS on my Kawasaki Ninja 250R.

Here are a couple of photos of the HCS installation that I made for my Kawasaki Ninja 250r.

Here’s the finished bike which shows no outward signs of being partly powered by Hydrogen.

The bubbler tank position (original air filter removed):

The PCV tube (on the top of the crankcase) connected to the HCS:

The copper heat tube wrapped around the exhaust pipe:

Some more tubes:

Not bad for an easy afternoon’s work.

The copper pipes in the line near the bubbler tank are for easy disconnection for refilling.

All the pipes are regular motorcycle fuel pipe.
The narrow gauge ‘Y’ connectors are for water installations I think.
The bubbler tank is a home-converted petrol bottle that came with a lawn mower.

I drilled the faces of the filter pods; inserted a piece of rubber pipe and forced a short piece of copper pipe in to form a sealed connection.
If you still have the original air filter box; you can just lead the hydrogen pipe into its air inlet.

The adjuster screw valve is positioned so as to be easily accessible when all the panels are back in place.
I can even adjust it with one hand while riding.


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