Has anyone seen the adds for instruction kits on how to build a kit that allows your car to burn gas made from water in your car along with standard gasoline? From what is reported, the car will see significant gas milage improvement when fitted with the kit that splits water into gas (browns gas) that is burnt in the vehicle along with standard gasoline. Has anyone seen one opperating, and can they be validated to show large gas milage improvements, if any?
If this refers to the Oxyhydrogen mixture, it is false. The energy to create the mixture exceeds that gained by burning the hydrogen. And in reality the engine is just a bit too dangerous. Hydrogen can be quite explosive, should something not go quite right. A famous fraudulent case can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Me … _fuel_cell
Sorry for the lack of total depth on the issue, hopefully someone else can fill in in greater detail.
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