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#1 Old 06-02-2008, 10:39 AM
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just wondering if anyone has used or heard of HHO gas witch is a water to dydrogen for a fuel supplement. from what i have gathered it assist the combustion process in your vehicles engine. they clam to gain performance, and better fuel efficiency, if any knows please let me know thanks
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hho is electrolysis to water which converts water to gas (hydrogen) which gives performance and better gas mileage up to 35% better gas if anyone gets a chance check out the video on this site MagDrive Fuel From H2O - HHO Generators
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It's kinda like meth injection.I can't see running that on a turbocharged vehcile without any additional tunning.I don't remeber seeing anyone on their testimonials with a forced induction vehicle.Kinda cool but seems like it could be a PITA to deal with.

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I find that to be very intriguing.

...especially that it's an "on-demand" system. I'm wondering if the unit can keep up with the turbo engine's demand for fuel (due to the increase of forced induction as rpms rise).

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