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Hyrogen boost

There are a number of companies which make a gadget you can attach to the air intake of your car which injects a mixture of hyrdrogen and oxygen derived from electrolysis of water, into your engine.

They claim it improves the efficiency of your engine and will increase gas mileage by about 30%.

Has anyone tried it? What are the results?

It’s a scam. We’ve had numerous threads on this.

Many have tried. None have succeeded. Keep your wallet closed.

Crapola.

A moderator needs to kill these threads as soon as they appear, along with a note to the poster with a link to a previous debunking.

I just hit the flag icon anymore