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Hydrogen fuel generator

Trying to find a way to build my own hydrogen fuel generator for my car. I've been looking online but you have to pay for all the guide is the a free guide out there that can tell me how to build one? Or does anyone know how to build one, that get giv eme some assistance?

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At David Duncan...I know for a fact that you are incorrect. First, I built a kit for 25 dollars that it's completely self contained under the hood, only produces hydrogen on demand by use of electrical probes made of a secret material and simple distilled water. This system took my carbuteted 86 Chevy v8 4x4 with a 3 speed plus granny gear and 4.11 rear end from a modest 9 mpg to an amazing 21. In a vehicle with an ECM and o2 sensors you must overcome those issues, but it it's possible. I also believe I know the answer to that as well

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I have tried these amazing products and have finally come to a hard Truth and that is that there is no Free Ride.

Due to the basic inefficient design of a vehicle.PLUS a computer that runs every aspect of fuel combustion the ODDS are NOT with you. To start the MAP sensor will indicate to the Cars processor to add fuel due to the enriched hydrogen your mixing in and that is only where the problums begin.


A Cell that can produce enough Hydrogen to make it worth while would fill your trunk.


Recommendation:
Do lots of home work.
There is no Free ride.


Sorry to Pop your theories but Please don't get caught up in seeing a small motor running on hydrogen feed dreams of running your Home to work car in to something it cant be.



Technology is just not there yet buy a fuel efficient vehicle and save your project money for a project worth while. I only wish someone would have told me that a long time ago.


Respectfully submitted


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Http://www.hydrogencarsnow.com/hydrogen-generators-cars.htm

about half way down there a 4 links for DIY kits, good luck

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www.fuelgadgetpro.com

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