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Old 05-12-2006, 04:49 PM
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HHO powered cars!!! this looks promising.


HHO power video !!!!!!
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there have been rumors about his for fifteen years....GM actually built a few cars but none were ever released for sale.....Marc
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Good post. That is very interesting. It's almost too good to be true. He will probably end up face down in a ditch with a bullet to the base of his skull. The greedy petro giants wont think too fondly of being put out of business overnight.
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Old 05-13-2006, 04:29 PM
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Thats really cool, wonder how powerful we can make that kind of engine, 50lbs of tq maybe!! LOL
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Thats really cool, wonder how powerful we can make that kind of engine, 50lbs of tq maybe!! LOL
Well seeing that the fuel burns hotter than acetylene it has the potential to make even more power than diesel ever could. It seems that if they are seperating the 2 hydrogen atoms and combining them with the oxygen that's left over it would be like introducing Nitrous Oxide into a gas motor to jump the amount of oxygen molecules up. I'm not a chemist so what do I know though.
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well the govt. is buying the technology, so well see what happens.
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I have been trying out different configurations for about 2 months. A buddy and I have built them based off of schematics on the internet. We are finishing up a cell that should produce 1.5-2 liters per minute. I have a bit of experience with this, biodiesel and wvo.

Some of it is hype but for the most part, it is suppressed technology that needs some work.
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This company offer nice hydrogen generator models, my friend actually has one installed on his F250 Diesel and he's getting about 6 more miles per gallon.
Company is called MagDrive Fuel From h2o - MagDrive Fuel From H2o | HHO Generator | Hydrogen Generator
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I have been reading about this for a while!
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