Hydroxy injection fuel supliment in cars
Lancaster, New Hampshire
August 1, 2008 9:25pm CST
I've been wrestling with this one for a while now. It is a subject of much debate and there is vast evidence on both sides, but the "it works" side is winning so far for me. Let me explain. I saw a while ago, an add for plans to build a device that injects a hyfrogen/oxygen mixture in to the air intake of your car. Coupled with a map sensor enhansor, this is suposed to cut fuel consumption, decrease engine temperature and cut emissions as well. I didn't think much about it because the plans were over 90 bucks. I also so saw other similar plans ranging from $60 to $300. well, I happened to stumble on a blog about the topic in which someone had found a back door to a set of plans on the internet,so I followed the link and downloaded the relevent ebook html pages. I studied the plans and information for weeks. asked a few people and did a lot of internet research. I saw a great deal of information stating both that it does wrok and that it is a scam. Myth busters even busted it, but, there was another video put out that busted the mythbusters bust. the video demonstrated that mythbusters failed to use a catylist in the water container, when they put in the catylist, huge amounts of hydrogen burst forth from the electrolosys modual, I know it was hydrogen because it burned pretty fast when flame was put to it. My question to you. Has anyone actualy tried this? I have all the plans, the parts are all cheap and easy to get and it looks pretty easy for the average person to install. Anyone know any thing about this or tried it out?
• United States
7 May 09
I have experimented with this and got varied results. The adjustments have to be precise and certain parts are described during building are incorrect and must be changed. I have seen better gas millage and all the rest. Seems to be eratic from no change to 49 gpm.I am still experimenting and have not come to a stable gpm. firstname.lastname@example.org