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Old 20-08-13, 13:44
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Ijust have had fitted a water cell on my velle its transformed the engine it more powerful more responsive running cooler blowing out zero emissions and constantly cleaning the engine by removing the dreaded carbon build up which can be responsible for engine and parts failure and to top all that im getting unbelievable mpg out of a 200.000 mile engine this water fuel cell is in my opinion the best thing since slice bread my velle now runs on water as well as diesel wouldn't of believed this if i hadn't witnessed it eh a velle that partly runs on water outstanding best £1000 pounds ive ever spent giving my velle and my wallet longevity if any one interested in getting a water fuel cell theres a reduction to be had when you quote dmcy36 and tell them you seen the review on here go treat yourself and your t4 t5 to the cheaper cleaner greener life
check out there website for more info or ask me and ill see if i can answer http://WWW.RUNNINGONWATER.INFO
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Old 20-08-13, 14:02
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Thats amazing, what MPG were you getting before and after?
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Old 20-08-13, 14:10
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At What Price
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Perpetual motion: something for nothing!!!

Essentially, it takes more energy—in the form of the chemical energy in the fuel you're burning in the engine, to spin the alternator to make the electricity and generate the HHO—than you get back. In fact, it's not even close: Multiply all the inefficiencies in that system and you only get a few percent back, certainly not in excess of 100 percent.

Waste of time and money
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A conventional car engine ingests on the high side of 500 litres of air per minute at idle, and a great deal more at motorway speeds. These generators generally produce a litre or less of HHO per minute. Or roughly 50 liters per hour, of which only two-thirds is hydrogen. At atmospheric pressure, hydrogen has a density of 0.0899 g/litre.

One NASA study used 640 grams of hydrogen per hour to sweeten the mixture for its conclusions. I'll leave the homework to you, but, basically, the amount of hydrogen added to the combustion process by onboard hydrogen generators is far smaller than one percent of that used by the studies that hydrogen-enrichment proponents are quoting as "proof" that their gadgets work.

Could you make a hydrogen generator that made that much HHO? Sure, but it would be huge, use far more electricity than the onboard generator could possibly produce, and consume most of the power the engine put out—and it would still not improve fuel economy.

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Old 20-08-13, 14:31
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i hear what your saying spanner but i can only tell you from experience not some nasa report this thing works ive got marked improvements in fuel economy and performance engine runs cooler quieter and zero emissions so in my very real experience with it not some report this thing works and saves on fuel
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Any pictures then?
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Old 20-08-13, 14:36
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i will try get some up in the next few days
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Don't really believe any of this, sorry. If you are running a Diesel on Hydrogen what is lubricating your fuel pump?
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i hear what your saying spanner but i can only tell you from experience not some nasa report this thing works ive got marked improvements in fuel economy and performance engine runs cooler quieter and zero emissions so in my very real experience with it not some report this thing works and saves on fuel
do you have any statistics to back up your "claim", how are you measuring "Zero emissions" and "fuel economy"
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