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Convert your Car to run on Water

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posted on May, 3 2008 @ 03:40 PM
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Originally posted by 4thefight
lol yes that is me. I fell July 24th, 2001. I am now 21. I have been with my fiance and his son for two years now.

And for the record they always marry them off young down here in the carolinas. lol

[edit on 3-5-2008 by 4thefight]


Tsk tsk tsk 21 and not married yet! You should have at least 5 childrens by now!

Edit: (lol j/k)

[edit on 3-5-2008 by spaznational]




posted on May, 14 2008 @ 09:24 PM
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jackinthebox i don`t know if there is any place to pick up a kit for using brown gas but many years ago there was an article in high times magazine -the man that wrote it was just a little upset with the man and the oil companies so his language was a little bit blue.more than likely the man will outlaw a kit for the oil companies greed-the writer included a diagram as how to set it up and installation guide,he also included where to get the parts and the approximate cost-some parts such as the evaporators can come off of a used towmotor,write them and they might be able to send you a copy of it for a small fee-i have it somawhere in my shop and don`t ask for it as im not able to walk until they fix my leg.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 07:43 PM
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All this book " kit do it your self", are a scam. they claim the are easy to build but they lack a lot infomation. if you see for example runyourcarwithwater.com they sell you a 113 pages e-book that spend almost half the book telling you how to build the electrolyser, but the famous hytronics don't have the necesary information to even start building this artefact. for a free download of runyourcarwithwater go to http//www.scribd.com/doc/2629739. just see the document and you early will see that it just give you instructions to go to no-where.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 07:46 PM
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Keep your mind in a box. Believe everything they tell you.


Nothing to see here. Move along...



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 07:50 PM
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Coast to Coast AM recently devoted an entire show to the subject.


The air date was May 8th, 2008.


U2U me for more information.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 08:21 PM
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I just talked to my brother who is a mechanic, and he says it does work, but it's not worth risking blowing your motor. He said it will shorten the life of the car in trade for better mileage. He also added that he's done work on a number of cars that have been damaged by this technology.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 10:24 PM
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JACKINTHEBOX THERE IS A MAN UP HERE WHO IS A FAMILY FRIEND A NUMBER OF YEARS AGO HE CAME UP WITH AN INVENTION WHICH FITTED ON TOP OF THE CARBS HE SAID HE WAS GETTING ABOUT 200 MPG OFF OF IT HE WENT THROUGH THE PATENT PROCESS AND OUR GOVERNMENT OFFERED TO HELP HIM OUT DURING THE PROCESS -SURPRISE SURPRISE SURPRISE-THE MANS HELP WAS TO BASICALLY BUY HIM OUT OF THE PLANS AND PATENT AND IT HAS VANISHED FROM BOTH THE PATENTS OFFICE AND LISTS OF PATENTS ,THE INVENTOR IS A CLASS A MECHANIC BY TRADE.WHICH JUST GOES TO PROVE THAT YOU CANT TRUST THE MAN OR HIS LACKY`S.ILL SEE WHAT I CAN FIND OUT FROM HIM AND ILL LET YOU ALL KNOW ON THIS SITE AS TO WHETHER WE HAVE A WINNER OR NOT.
P.S. NOT YELLING FORGOT TO DECAPITALIZE AGAIN-SORRY



posted on May, 26 2008 @ 06:26 PM
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The only way it will damage your car is if you use to much H2 and the combustion chamber gets to hot (on a convential low tech ECM or carb engine) Yes, it can damgage OBDII car because the computer can't handle it)

Look up Stan Meyers for the tech on H2 O2 by pulsing or changing the frequency of the electricity to the electrodes.

Another solution is free electricty to crack the water.
Look up Joseph Newton. He is a little out there, but others have duplicated
his technology and have made scale models (youtube it)



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 08:59 PM
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Actually, my brother said that this water thingamabobber was really only useful for high-performance motors that run very hot, to keep them cooled down. But of course, people who are running high performance like that are beating the hell out of their stuff anyway. They're not so concerned about replacing a motor from time to time. I think he said this works with big rigs better too.



posted on May, 29 2008 @ 08:10 PM
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I was working on a Brown's Gas system for awhile. I eventually hit a road block because I had to sell the car I was going to install the system into. But basically, here are some tips for you. Use 316L Stainless Steel. It's non-magnetic steel and allows for more gas. Magnetism interferes with gas production. Second, wrap a layer of screen door mesh onto the 316L stainless, this creates a breaker that allows more gas to be created. It allows continuity of gas production. Third, for an electrolyte, DO NOT use Salt or Baking Soda. Both produce toxic fumes. Use Lemon Juice, Vinegar, or nothing. With my system, I didn't have to add anything. I just used tap water and got LOTS of gas.

Here is a video of my prototype....

www.youtube.com...

I actually need to start working on this again. OH, and another thing, if you use a battery charger that is used for charging motorcycle batteries, you DON'T need a Pulse Wave Modulator, or Square Wave Device to shake off gas. The charger has that built in already. I wasted money by thinking I needed one, when I didn't. The trick to designing a high output device is spacing and viscosity. You need optimal spacing between metal plates, and you need the right steel.



posted on May, 31 2008 @ 09:25 PM
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Produce one person who has done it, prove there is a person driving their car on water.



posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 11:54 AM
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posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 10:02 PM
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Originally posted by Straight Razor
Produce one person who has done it, prove there is a person driving their car on water.

PS, so far no one has said that one can fully fuel their cars with HHO, have you been reading the thread, or just the 1st post?
HHO (you may need to read the thread to know what that is) is only meant to supplement your gasoline with add'l gas output. The gas is also necc. to drive your electrical system, which in turn creates the electrolysis to create the h2. Why am I telling you this...


Well for the naysayers, instead of naysaying
just pony up some cash ( a small amount especially if you DIY it all very possible) and try it yourself. Testimonials for many (me included) only go so far, since they mainly are from strangers..

So why not just put your skepticism where your naysayin' is and put a system on your own car. You can always remove it easily and without voiding your warranty.

Other: Just checked with a co-worker who I didnt even know was trying out a system. Her husband is a mechanic, made the HHO system himself (from online docs). It looks real nice, but its really only some mason jars (3 of em) and another mason jar for the bubbler (safety device). He installed a fuel mileage computer before and after. She was getting 220mi/tank (4 tank average or more), now with HHO, shes getting 300-320mi/tank (3 tank average).

I was impressed at her increase, around a 36% improvement on gas mileage, mix of hwy and city. So there ya go, a TRUE REALITY, non-monetary, no other agenda testimonial, 2nd hand


I ahve a big 8cyl guzzler, so I need to try it out personally. So far only been experimenting on increasing Hydrogen gas output, cell design etc.

[edit on 1-6-2008 by battlestargalactica]



posted on Jun, 3 2008 @ 09:48 AM
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If it is that great where are the links to the online stores of the pre-built kits?

There are a lot of manuals...not so may actual kits?



posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 01:51 PM
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Anyone heard of this guy?




posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 11:56 PM
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Yea John Kanzius (sp). His technology (that he stumbled upon) is different than the HHO / electrolysis for gas method. I believe his work has already been 'picked up' by investors and or scientists.

It's real-radiowaves break down the h2o probably into H2, just like electrolysis does, but with an alternate source of energy (radiowaves instead of electricity directly). Of course the radiowaves are created with electricity s well. His tech. has other apps like targeting cancer cells, possible desalinization etc.

Cool vid, thx



posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 12:00 AM
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Originally posted by Oreyeon
Use 316L Stainless Steel. It's non-magnetic steel and allows for more gas. Magnetism interferes with gas production. Second, wrap a layer of screen door mesh onto the 316L stainless, this creates a breaker that allows more gas to be created. It allows continuity of gas production. Third, for an electrolyte, DO NOT use Salt or Baking Soda. Both produce toxic fumes. Use Lemon Juice, Vinegar, or nothing. With my system, I didn't have to add anything. I just used tap water and got LOTS of gas.


I did the same thing in my experiments -- nice! I found thru trial/error that the screen mesh actually increases output of the HHO too. What it does is instead of created thousands of tiny bubbles (that are mainly unusable until they pop!), the mesh compresses the gas, finally releasing as a 'big' bubble, slightly compressed or at least more volume. This also avoids the tiny bubbles that remain in sol'n.

When you ignit these compressed ones, WOW! better have earplugs, they are LOUD!



posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 05:31 AM
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Intersesting video, thanks for posting.

I was looking for someone to pick up on a news story I missed here in Florida, but I thought the commentator announcing the upcoming story said it was a Florida man that had discovered a way to run a car with water.

I wonder it this is the same story and I misunderstood. Maybe not, but if anyone caught the story on a guy in Florida (it was about 3 days ago) please post it.



posted on Jun, 8 2008 @ 03:04 AM
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posted on Jun, 16 2008 @ 09:01 PM
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Stainless "condiment cups" make an ideal pair of electrodes when spaced 1 mm apart in a mason jar.

www.mefeedia.com...



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