How to get better MPG with water?

Posted by at 2 October 2014, at 22 : 27 PM

How to get better MPG with water?

Most anyone that drives a car is looking for any way to reduce gas expense and get a better MPG. And one of the most promising ways to cut back on money spent for gas is using water to power your car that has proven to be effective at increasing your gas mileage.

As ridiculous as this may sound, this is a car that uses water along with gas and interestingly enough, it can be any car that uses gas. Any auto can be converted to use water to save on gas money, add engine life, and also clean up the environment.

A water powered car uses a combination of water and gasoline to power the car. Although you still need to fill up your car with gas; it will happen less often.

The method for utilizing water to increase your miles per gallon and cut back on gas is relatively uncomplicated. Current is fed to a container of water installed under your hood that splits water into its fundamental elements, oxygen, and hydrogen. This combination of oxygen and hydrogen is known as HHO or Brown’s gas and increases combustion. The device then feeds these elements into the engine with gasoline and creates an effective mixture that increases gas mileage by up to 70%.

In order to get a water to gas system operating in your vehicle, you have the choice of purchasing a ready-made kit and having it installed or you can buy a manual that will show you how to build and install your own. While it may seem like a complicated system, it’s really a simple task to accomplish – not rocket science for first-timers.

Even if you just have a very basic understanding of cars, you shouldn’t find it all that difficult to do it yourself and in short order recouping your investment from what you used to spend for gas. In addition, you cut the additional cost of a professional mechanic when you do it yourself. It shouldn’t cost you more than $100-$200 for parts and materials for your hydrogen generating unit subject, of course, to the quality you desire. In the end, this is a small part of the cost for a professionally installed unit, and what you will save on gas should easily pay you back in a month or two.

The concept of a water powered car is more of a reality than many people think and actually, the systems are not complicated and very easy to install. Install the system and get a better MPG now!

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