A lot of people are beginning to wonder and discover the process of burning water as partial fuel for their vehicle; while the technology has been around for many many years, it has never been as popular as it is today (due to the high gas prices). Like many say, “whenever there is a disaster, an opportunity arises” Now… I am not a big fan of cliche quotes and terms, but this one is my exception.
In fact people all over the globe have begun the process of converting their cars so they can run on HHO gas. The process is actually quite simple to understand, not to mention the reward is very useful. However in order to achieve this award you need the right guide, mind set, and materials. Beware of scam sites out there that may be promoting useless information. Always make sure there is a money back guarantee.
Pros of Converting Your Car To Run On HHO Gas
- Increased Gas Mileage
- Increased Fuel Efficiency
- Quieter engine and cooler engine temperature
- Less Fill ups at the gas station
- Producing less emissions from your vehicle
- Last but not least… Save 35 – 40 percent of your current gas bill
Now that we have some of the pro’s of converting your car to run on HHO, lets get to some of the down sides.
- Spend money on a guide and materials (roughly $175 for everything)
- Takes time and effort
- Risk buying a useless guide
Now the cons that I described are pretty basic, I mean you are going to have to spend some money and read up a little if you want to do a project like this. No… I am not saying its like building an Ark, however you want to make sure you read your guide carefully.
I almost forgot to mention that HHO generators/Kits are the same thing, they are also reversible and do no harm or damage to the value of the vehicle. You can mount them and un – mount them at any time.
Source by Erik C Fuller