So…I’m wrenching on someones car with a few friends present and as usual someone near me is talking out his Butt about things he knows just enough about to get him into trouble. He was rambling on about how he can generate and burn Hydrogen in his cars new system, while he drives, and reduce his fuel consumption. He explained this…he explained that…he told the other person how much it would cost to purchase and to install in his vehicle… He ALMOST had the guy sold… Until I laughed out loud, put down my tools, straightened up and told it how it REALLY was. One guy smiled and said…“I understand makes perfect sense” one guy got Red in the face and started talking twice his usual pace. The offended party is probably why I started this topic because he STILL calls me daily to try and convince me I am wrong. Oh brother… what fun ! Yesterday’s phone conversation just may have broken his spirits enough that he wont call me today. So I felt like sharing.
People seem so confused about this system of HHO… or passing an electric current through normal or “additive added” water…and producing Hydrogen gas. THEN routing said gas into the intake system of a vehicles engine, in the hopes of increasing mileage. Can you generate Hydrogen gas using this method? YES…you can. Can your engine burn the gases produced? YES…it CAN. Will it work to increase your MPG ? NO IT WONT ! Anyone care to disagree? I think I have crushed the cash strapped fellows spirits and ruined his Holidays. Just wondering what the confusion level is out here… You guys are sharp…but I bet some of the Non-Regulars still do believe in this… Lets see…
This method of " Selling a Lie" has been around since Ancient Greece and probably BEFORE then. Mix equal parts Fact…with equal parts Fiction…leave out extra information…STIR and SELL to the public. Sit back, smile and enjoy the consumption of your well crafted lie.
SO…What say ye oh Car Talk folk? Will you be buying one of these systems and try telling me that it works? Want to know why it will not? What say ye?