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PostSubject: Hydrogen based fuel   Fri Jun 10, 2011 4:15 pm

Yesterday i had seen the advertisement of hydrogen based fuel booster. It can use both petrol and diesel vehicles. The milage will increase around 50 percent. The working pattern is 1 liter bottle having distill water and 2 wires should connect to the battery terminal the bottle having one motor when we start the car the water in the bottle is making bubbles ( i dont know it is boiling or not ) from that bubbles hydrogen generated and one tube which is directly connected the air filter intake . In petrol cars around 30 percent of fuel is going waste due to misfire and all with the help of hydrogen 100 percent fuel burning that means milage increases with pickup and zero emission.This is as per the person who given the advertisement . I am asking all experts who participates in this form is it possible to make hydrogen this type of a simple process . I am waiting for the reply. If it is good and efficent then it is very helpful for we people to get more milage for our cars . The web site address www.saynofuel.com.The price of the kit is 12000/- . IF we the owners of logan make a group deal the price may be come down . Pls send your views
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PostSubject: Re: Hydrogen based fuel   Fri Jun 10, 2011 5:28 pm

This is basic electrolysis of water producing hydrogen and oxygen gas, which is then mixed into the air intake to increase combustion.

This has been around all over the world for years but has remained in the realm of retrofits so it is something to think about why regular car manufacturers have NOT jumped onto this water/fuel based enhancement in all these years if there is any serious merit in the technology.

Beware of such products.
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PostSubject: Re: Hydrogen based fuel   Fri Jun 10, 2011 8:06 pm

Its old and in my eyes not ready for the market !But right now there are some firms jumping on the bandwagon and selling kits ! A bit like Magnets round the fuel pipe (Yes they sell that crap as well)
make one yourself and see how you get on and keep us informed
http://video.ezinemark.com/hydrogen-fuel-cell-cars-build-your-own-46ace8bbae8.html
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PostSubject: Re: Hydrogen based fuel   Sat Jun 11, 2011 4:33 pm

The engine is constructed keeping in mind the amount of explosion that will occur during combustion of fuel.
I think personally, as in the case of NOS kits, just letting NOx inside the engine is the easier part. It actually needs strengthening of the engine mounts, chamber and much more.

I've gone this far in thoughts because you mention that Hydrogen will be directed in to the engine. And that is highly combustible.
Would it have any effect on the integrity of the engine cylinder linings and the pistons with their rings.

Its advisable not to even try it.
Since the mechanism itself is a little crude and the amount if hydrogen generated is not going to be constant, you will be causing irregular amount of strain on the engine. Repeatedly!
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