Yes, you read the headline correctly – I run my car on water. Well, actually I run my car on water and gas. I got tired of the high gas prices and decided it was time to do something. I had heard about a few other people who had converted to water years ago, but always thought it was something for the skilled mechanic, requiring major changes to the car engine.
I did my research, which wasn’t easy, but finally came across a manual someone offered as an e-book (a book you can download instantly on-line) that gave detailed instructions on exactly what to do. I am more of an office person, not especially car engine inclined, so I expected a difficult project ahead of me that I would probably ending up taking to a mechanic to have completed at a cost of $1,000’s. Not so. The book cost me $97. The parts cost me less than $60. It took me about an hour to complete, on my own, without assistance.
I went from 15 mpg city driving, to over 30 mpg. My truck runs quieter, has more power and shows better overall performance. If I ever desired, I could reverse the system in less than 5 minutes. My warranty isn’t affected, because I made no mechanical changes. All I did was add a new fuel component. And I use less than a quart of water every several hundred miles.
How do you complete the conversion? Well, they don’t give me enough space to try and explain the parts, assembly and installation. You will have to buy the manual yourself or better yet, pay me $300 to convert your car for you. I have quite a long waiting list right now of people who want me to convert their vehicle to water, but eventually I hope to hire and train a crew and open several conversion shops. We could turn back gas prices and clean up the environment faster if you would do it yourself and then help others to do the same.
I will explain how the system works. It sounds crazy to run your car on water. Actually, you are running your car on hydrogen and gas. Unfortunately technology hasn’t progressed enough to run a car totally on hydrogen. But, I think that will change soon.
Hydrogen as a gas is volatile and could cause an explosion if concentrated. That’s where the problem exists for storing hydrogen for running your vehicle. That’s why we use water. It is in no way combustible as a liquid. Yet water is 2 parts hydrogen, 1 part oxygen (H20).
By adding an electric current to the water, HHO gas is produced. The car needs oxygen for combustion and your vehicle already has an air intake for the oxygen it needs. By producing HHO gas and introducing it to your existing combustion system the hydrogen is used as fuel and the oxygen adds a richer combustion environment. Air is only 16-21% oxygen, so introducing pure oxygen to the mix makes the system more efficient. Less gas is needed because the hydrogen is used as fuel. A fuse prevents build up of too much hydrogen gas, making it very safe.
Waste product from normal gas combustion produces harmful gases, including huge amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and leaves deposits in your engine. Using water as the fuel produces a waste product without pollutants – simply water. There is no waste matter left in your engine. If anything, water cleans and lubricates your engine.
If Americans would simply convert all vehicles on the road to hybrids of this nature we would send gas prices back to $1 a gallon, reduce global warming, breathe cleaner air and increase our overall daily quality of life – all without Congress, the oil companies or the major automobile manufacturers.