Very interesting discussion. Question though.......if the energy to split the
water is carried out within the recharging system of the car.........hence no
recognizable lost or cost and the hydrogen enters the fuel system
unobstructed, where is the lost of benefit? Further to the ECU air/fuel
mixture, it is my understanding that adjustments are made within the scope and
parameters of the unit to handle the amount of hydrogen generated. Thus the
limitation to the number of units that you can install. One improves, two is
better, four units generate more than the system can handle on a normal gas
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Sent: Friday, August 01, 2008 7:45 PM
Subject: Re: [TR] Fw: Hydrogen fuel.
In a message dated 8/1/2008 3:49:40 PM Central Daylight Time,
The hydrogen is generated right in the engine compartment and the
source is the battery. Quite simple. You can see the hydrogen being
generated as the units are transparent. Try this site to see the unit.
www.water4gas.com There's really no smoke and mirrors. I am not
recommending anything other than supplying some information for those who
wish to know more. Does it work? I'll let you know. At $4/gal for gas a
investment is worth the exercise for me.
The problem with generating the hydrogen is that it takes more energy to
split water than you get back by burning it. Otherwise you would have a
perpetual motion device which is theoretically impossible.
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