Dead Inventor’s Water Fuel Gift
Dead 19th century inventor Nicola Tesla has become an unwitting savior to struggling motorists. Water fuel technology based on Tesla’s early experiments is now enabling drivers to reduce fuel costs utilizing hydrogen from water. Thanks largely to the internet, this previously suppressed technology is now becoming more widely known and adopted.
The technology works by using simple electrolysis to release hydrogen from water in the form of HHO gas. The HHO gas is then combined with a vehicle’s conventional gas (petrol) or diesel fuel to run the engine as normal. Using water for fuel in combination with conventional gas results in less greenhouse gas emissions and increased gas mileage
Although currently available water fuel systems are too expensive to have mass appeal, motorists can still utilize HHO gas technology by building their own. Several eBooks are available online which provide step-by-step plans and parts list for building a low cost HHO gas system. With gas prices reaching record highs and a DIY water fuel system costing under $200 (including plans and parts), recouping the outlay takes minimal time. Reviews of the top selling water for fuel plans are available online at http://www.waterfueledcar.net.
Global warming and the high economic costs of the world’s addiction to oil mean that alternative fuels must be adopted. It now appears that humble tap water will be a significant part of the shift to cleaner fuels. The environment and family budget are certain to enjoy the benefits of such a shift.
For reviews of water for fuel plans and more information visit http://www.waterfueledcar.net
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