Does Water For Gas Work in a Turbo Diesel?
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Does Water For Gas Work In A Turbo Diesel?
I don’t know about you but I really like driving around in a nice comfortable car, taking my family where they want, visiting friends in different States and taking the mobile vacations of my choice to my favorite summer get-a-ways.
Since gas has reached $3 a gallon though, I’ve really had to cut way back on my family events and vacation trips. This was really frustrating my family and me!
So I had to find the answer to:
==> Continuing to drive a luxury car.
==> Make my family happy.
==> And afford $3 a gallon!
Then I got an email promotion, that explained to me that I could use water for gas in my car and improve my gas mileage anywhere in the range from 10-50%!
Now I know what you are thinking (and I had the same thoughts). That’s a pretty big claim!
But I’m so concerned about the ever-rising gas prices and how it is cutting into my life style, I did like you are doing and kept on reading, with the hope this was possibly the answer to my gas problem.
Though I saw proof in video clips of normal gas cars using water for gas systems and was pretty convinced it worked, I had to dig quite a bit deeper to find out if the water powered car technology would work in my Audi A6 2.5 Turbo Diesel.
I read some information that the water car system worked in diesel trucks and was thrilled to find one testimonial from Giorgio Rossi who claimed to have gotten a 77% increase in mileage with his VW Bora 1.9 Turbo Diesel (TDI)!
What really caught my eye, was the claim this technology could be installed by myself (if I had a minimal understanding of cars) and for a very affordable price between $20 and $100.
So I did the next logical step and bought the 2 manuals from email promotion I had received and see what they had to say.
I have to say that the manuals had everything one would need to do-it-yourself but I realized right away that most people don’t really have the time or know-how, to install such a device.
So I emailed the customer service mentioned in the manual and they were very helpful when I explained I just wanted to purchase a product. They recommended a manufacturer of the hydrolyser product (the heart of the water for gas system) to me, who they new shipped internationally. This was important for me because I’m an American living in Germany. (In the picture on the right side of this page, you can see the hydrolyser I have in my Audi Turbo Diesel. It is the object with the white cap in the bottom right hand corner. I also included a full view of the hydrolyser for you to see better.)
I ordered the product and had it shipped to my address in Germany. As I expected, the German customs inspected the package and charged me an extra $40 as import tax!
Then I went to my town mechanic to have the water powered car kit installed. This is a guy I’ve been going to for 30 years. He’s an “old school” car lover who loves testing new ideas. He knew exactly how to install the unit when I showed him the plans.
The manuals I bought say a water-for-gas device can be installed in minutes but for my Audi A6 Turbo Diesel, this was not true. What is true is it you can de-install it in minutes.
I was confronted with three major problems:
The first problem was finding a spot to install the hydrolyser. The Germans build their cars very space-efficient and my Audi A6 Turbo Diesel is built just like that. There was only one place to install it and that was on the lower right side of the car next to the radiator.
The second issue came when testing the device for air intake. In a normal car, the air intake produces a very strong suction, thus providing the air intake needed to suck the hydrogen produced by the Hydrolyser into the engine.
The result and the heart of this idea, is a more complete combustion.
In a Turbo Diesel, the air intake tubing from the Hydrolyser is connected in front of the Turbo. Since a Turbo Diesel hardly produces any suction from the Turbo, the air intake cannot really be accurately tested.
The third problem was connecting the positive 15-amp power wire that is needed to generate power to the hydrolyser. In a normal car, there are several places to connect to a 15-amp source. In an Audi Turbo Diesel, there are no connections. So extra wiring had to inserted to connect directly to the starter.
Finally after 2 days of installing, I was ready to test the hydrolyser in my Audi A6 Turbo Diesel!
I didn’t notice much of a savings in gas mileage for the first half tank, so I called the manufacturer sensing something was wrong.
My instinct was right and he told me to cut off the air intake tubing going into the Hydrolyser so that there would be full airflow. I found out from Giorgio (the guy with the 77% increase in gas mileage), it important that you have two 6mm tubes coming from the Hydrolyser to provide maximum amount of hydrogen to the Turbo intake manifold.
When I made this slight “tweak” to the system, I got a startling in 47% increase in gas mileage!
So in my case, water for gas in a Turbo Diesel does work but the installation was much more complicated than was expected. Though this technology can be built and installed by you, I strongly suggest you just buy a hydrolyser from a source that has personally tested it and have it installed by a mechanic!