Burn water and gas Have anyone tried the product?

Burn water and gas

I will like to know if the product works, or cut be a scam?

Or the product truly works

There, this is the link


4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Its a scam of course, otherwise every car manufacturer in the world would install these as original equipment. The fact that none do speaks volumes.

    Supposedly these systems use electrical power from the alternator to convert water into hydrogen which is then burned in the engine. However, if you do the math (which isn't that hard even for me) you quickly discover the amount of hydrogen allegedly created by this process is not enough to make any meaningful difference in fuel economy. The systems do apparently improve fuel mileage though, so the question is how?

    That's simple. Other parts of the kit fool the engine sensors into leaning out the fuel/air mixture (less gas, more air). Burn less gas, get better mileage - its not rocket science. Problem is, engines don't like running lean over time which invariably results in significant damage, or at least a fried catalytic converter. Of course the folks who sold you the kit will be long gone before that happens.

    Source(s): Auto repair shop manager
  • 1 decade ago

    Its basically a scam. Although you can actually product combustible HHO gas, it takes more energy to product the gas that it provides to your engine. Most of the "links" all go to the same place, what does that tell you.

  • 1 decade ago

    the theory is sound, you can produce hho gas to fuel your car. But it takes just as much energy if not more to produce the gas than the energy that it produces. Theres no such thing as free energy

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    scam, and if you are promoting it, you will go to jail too!

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