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Friday, June 13, 2008

Convert A Car To Run On Water Part 1

Convert A Car To Run On water – The Plan

Want to learn how to convert your car to run on water as fuel?

Before we talk about that, my advice to you is this. If you are a first timer or know nuts about it, use this on an old car that is of little or no value to you. Perhaps a car that you no longer use and is tucked away in the garage would be a perfect candidate.

Does it mean that the method is risky and does not work? Absolutely NOT!

It’s just like following a cake recipe to bake a cake. You know what I mean?

By the way, the method works on Tap Water. You do not have to use distilled water and so on. Also, you may want to know that it also works on your truck, RV, motorcycle and just about any vehicle that runs on gas. Cool?

Converting Your Car To Run On Water Fuel - The Plan

The whole “Car On Water Fuel” system requires us building and installing a simple low-cost mini-system for running our vehicle (the internal combustion engine) on tap water using off-the-shelf parts.

This mini-system will make use of our existing battery and electrical system in the car as the power source to convert tap water into gases like hydrogen and oxygen. These vapors are then burnt in the engine.

You will need to plug this kit into your carburetor with simple off-the-shelf fittings. The carburetor or carb is found within the internal combustion engine and is meant to maintain the air and fuel in right proportions for even combustion.

Basically, you will be installing a plastic water tank, a control circuit (CC), a reaction chamber, a high-pressure carb/FI fitting, 3 gauges and finally hooking this into your vehicle’s carb/FI.

This is a “on-demand” water-burning system. This means that it works when you need it. By cranking on the gas pedal or throttle, you electrically create the vapor for instant consumption on demand according to the flow rate you desire from idle to maximum power.

This is how the entire system works. Ready to run your car on water now?

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Blogger k.prasanna said...

i want the design of the HHO generator kit

August 6, 2009 at 4:37 AM  

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