I have read about a company called Water4gas that sells books for $97 that give you instrustions on how to install a hydrogen generating device that will increase you gas mileage. Has anyone tried this? Is this just another scam?
Spend the $97 and build it and let us know how it works.
Personally I won’t waste my time on stupid ideas like this. But go ahead and knock yourself out.
You’d have better results trying to collect your Nigerian oil money.
I got one and it works. I have combined it with my turbonator, moth balls, and super wax and now am capable of getting 250mpg! Only fools think that car companies really don’t know how to get the gas mileage that will soon be required. All they need are these hand after market devices.
This topic again?! Please stop.
This is popping up about once or twice a day now it seems. Takin’ any bets on tomorrow?
Don’t forget the cow magnets.
Are there any mechanics out there that tried the device described at Water4gas.com?
“Are there any mechanics out there that tried the device described at Water4gas.com?”
No smart ones.
Now don’t you wish you had been paying more attention in school!
Just a couple more of these devices and your car should actually be manufacturing gas.
FOR F***S SAKE! I think I’m soon going to wear out the asterisk key on my keyboard!
See my posts here: http://community.cartalk.com/posts/list/763809.page
So, that’s 5 other threads about scams (the top four are the same one) in a week and a half. And the consensus is that it’s a pile of motherf***ing bulls***. Now stop f***ing asking about them! If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. And then, before you post another thread about scam, do a f***ing search!
Or go to this Popular Mechanics article: http://www.popularmechanics.com/automotive/new_cars/1802932.html