HHO Kits and Converters

ford
ranger
fuel-economy

#1

Does a HHO Converter Module Add on for a Gasoline Engine actually increase gas mileage?


#2

Scam. Bogus. Snake oil. Waste of money and possible damage to your car will result. These systems have been thoroughly debunked. Dont waste your time or energy with it.


#3

I agree. There is nothing that you can pour in, bolt on or wish for that will improve gas mileage.


#4

A lot of these scams – and inqueries from people smart enough to be skeptical – showed up a couple of years ago when gasoline prices rose sharply. If this post is the start of a new wave, I wonder what is driving it.


#5

Scam pure and simple. Run away!


#6

Total SCAM unless you believe you can break the laws of physics. It practice and in theory it will reduce not increase mileage.


#7

Bogus! They actually tested one of these and the vehicle got worse fuel mileage! http://smallbusiness.aol.com/business-auto-center/article/_a/gas-saving-devices-remain-unproven/20081024150309990001?icid=200100397x1212590831x1200774813

Tester


#8

Don’t just take our word for it. Popular Mechanics evaluated HHO, found it worthless:
http://www.popularmechanics.com/automotive/how_to/4310717.html


#9

You can do a search on this forum and find a zillion threads about this.
They all say the same thing: it’s a scam.


#10

Hyper High Output converter module?


#11

It’s been so long since we’ve seen this question. It feels good to say that it has never been shown to increase gas mileage.


#12

What about a sail? :stuck_out_tongue:


#13

H2O…water.


#14

twas a joke. :stuck_out_tongue:
like how they have HO, High Output, engines


#15

I suppose if I’d noticed it was you I would have realized it was a joke. I know you know what HHO is.

So, what can we come up with for SHO engines?
On second thought, nevermind. This is a family forum.


#16

stupid high output engine?

We’ll blame poor eyesight for you not seeing my name on the post. :stuck_out_tongue: