Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by seventhrest, Dec 29, 2009.
This is really easy to fix. Goto your emmissions place in your city. Then leave the parking lot and goto the first mechanic you see 1 block over. He specializes in tricking emmissions. He's charge you $30 and your car will clunk and sputter to the test, but it will pass. Once passed you take it right back and he fixes it.
Don't cheat the emissions control system!
Throw away your old high mileage car and replace it with a new one that doesn't pollute as much.
Were you messing with the O2 sensor or an HHO system?
Edit: According to your other post you have.
So remove that useless HHO generator as they don't work.
If you take the time to read what you are quoting, you will see that he does not have installed anymore! READ STUFF CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU GO AROUND BASHING PEOPLES POSTS!
The only thing I see listed that failed any tests is the gas cap.... is there something that I am missing??
NOx was not even tested, maybe because the gas cap is broken or is missing.
Maybe the engine is a stinking diesel.
While I am certain this is supposed to be the confirming document that your black box water converter actually worked, please consider what the document actually states.
Yes, right the first time! Your car (or somebody's) failed the New Jersey state vehicle inspection. Notice that nothing else is established, other than a beat-up VW failed the inspection. All anybody can make out is that that VW won't get licensed until some engine repairs get made (and the leaky gas cap gets fixed).
If I do a high-res scan of my Honda's passing inspection report, will this tell you anything about the car? If I tell you that my car is powered by a black box that produces some liquid that is more powerful than gasoline, will you believe that?
You tell us that a device with secret parts makes an engine run. It is now gone. You produce a failed vehicle inspection as proof. Gosh.
Oh, yes - if we don't know why the Pt was the essential ingredient, then we all fail the test. I for one, am pleased to state for the record that I am happy not to be credulous enough to get taken in by this hand-waving. A failing vehicle inspection does not constitute an exceptional proof of an exceptional claim.
Why bring this to us? By showing off the black box - subject to a bit of inspection - to the right people, you can become wealthy. Check www.randi.org - I believe you can claim a $1,000,000 prize for your black box. Then you will have all that money and recognition.
The OP has two posts here, the first outlines his futzing with his engine, the second showing it now fails emission tests. What are the odds.
I think it is pretty clear the OP claims the emissions test was done WITH the black box installed. How he used platinum is much less clear.
For those who don't know, usually platinum is used in the catalytic converter. It is a pretty useful material, it is used in fuel cells for example. It is expensive, and like gold, does not corrode easily.
Nope, that's what I got too. My mechanic just replaced mine and retested, charged me 15 bucks extra. problem solved.
Funny thing tho, he asked me why I had a set of Bill Nye junior chemist beakers and glass tubing plugged into my intake manifold and I said if I told him I'd have to kill him. "Fair enough" he said and off I went with papers in hand.
I've seen plenty of 0.00% CO measurements on smog reports. it just means it fell below the third significant figure. Most modern vehicles do a really good job of not putting much of that stuff out
Further confirmation that the inspection report fails to support the contention that the VW had to be running on H2 & O2.