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Old 09-24-2008, 10:52 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Kawi - '04 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 Classic
90 day: 56.48 mpg (US)

The Monte - '99 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Z34
90 day: 26.52 mpg (US)

Mazda - '10 Mazda 3i
90 day: 35.15 mpg (US)
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I know I'm not a chemist or anything... Wait a minute I am. You can't change H2O into HHO, because it's the exact same thing, just a different way to write it. It is a complete scam. You can't take water and remove a hydrogen and then put it into gasoline. The amount of energy needed to remove the hydrogen atom is beyond anything you would gain. Hydrogen added to gas is something that is being researched, but to think that you could easily remove a hydrogen from water and add it to gas is ridiculous. The hydrogen that is being researched is hydrogen gas that is bubbles through gas to enrich it, and it takes a little more than a little kit to do something like that.

DO NOT try this. It is adding water to your gas. It isn't like or close to, it IS adding water to gas.
Goal one= 30mpg on The Monte by changing the nut that connects the steering wheel to the seat.

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