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Old 11-04-2009
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Fuel From H2O?

This probably belongs in an engine forum but since I couldn't pick one I'll put it here... A guy I work with is really into emissions testing/checking codes and has discovered this device....

Fuel From H2O

The link worked for me at work today but it's not now here at home... anyway... I don't know all the details of it (just know he wanted to buy the truck one and I had to explain to him he needed the car one) but he just installed it on his truck and says he feels more power now. He has an '01 Ranger 4.0L V6 4x4 and has it mounted right between where the tow hooks go (not sure if that matters)... it's really kinda crazy... tubes everywhere in the engine and everything... essentially it's supposed to use H2O to generate hydrogen energy for the truck at a level that's low enough not to damage the engine (from my understanding).... just thought I'd throw it up here for everyone to weigh in....

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Old 11-04-2009
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That stuff has been tested over and over and it never works.
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Old 11-04-2009
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More energy goes in then comes out. This is old and doesnt work.
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i built a small hydrogen generator and i still tinker with it from time to time.

but it does not produce enough to run anything...now as an ASSIST it may work to improve mileage if you run a small hose from it to your intake.

i do know it makes when helluva pop when you light up one of the gas bubbles it makes in bubbly water....
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Old 11-05-2009
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my brotherin law did a lot with that on his old f150, its a lot easier with older motors with less electronics, i asked him how much he has spent on it, with like dual plate setups and stuff, and probably just messing in the garage over a grand.

but he never really could make enough to make a huge difference in mileage.

they had a kid last year, and need more room so he sold that and got a crew cab f250 diesel :)
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Old 11-06-2009
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Yeah, who need to waste money fueling up with $2.75 gas when you can go to Wal-Mart an buy perfectly good bottled water for $9 a gallon.
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