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Using Water to Power Your Car


Fuel prices have become an important issue in the past year, with prices exceeding four dollars per gallon in some parts of the country. Although prices have gone down recently, it is inevitable that they will return to their higher levels. Many people cannot even afford to go to work, and are looking for options to alleviate their expense travels.

Water for gas is becoming an increasingly popular way to increase gas mileage. Several guides have popped up on the Internet that detail step-by-step instructions for how to install an electrolysis system in your car. The mechanism works by separating the hydrogen and oxygen components of water (creating HHO gas), and using the hydrogen as a supplement to gas. Technology is not advanced enough to utilize water as the only source of fuel, but a mix of water and gas works superbly. An electrolysis system’s primary purpose is to increase the efficiency of an engine, as the majority of burned gas is actually wasted. Having HHO present enables the engine to burn small fuel particles that usually go unused, thus greatly improving performance.

Better gas mileage is not the only benefit of a water system. You will notice that your car runs smoother, operates more effectively, and emits fewer pollutants. So not only are you saving money, but you are helping the environment as well. Despite these advantages, purchasing a water kit can be expensive, and once you get it, it can be difficult to install. One can always pay a mechanic to do the installation for them, but that is an added expense. To decide if a water system is right for you, you should roughly calculate the costs of fuel over the next few years to the cost of the system, and see whether you ultimately save money or not.



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