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Are HHO Fuel Kits a Scam ? Learn the Truth About Gas Savers - Articles Surfing
Those of you who are not reading about hydrogen gas savers for the first time probably noticed how crazy people are about these systems. But why is that? What is so different between an hydrogen gas saver and any other gas saving device?
First, what are the other available gas savers out there?
The most popular ones are the fuel magnets, the engine turbines and the fuel pills.
These little magnets are actually very popular right now on eBay. They are not very expensive, and you can buy a few of them for a lower price, because of the quantity. What these magnets are supposed to do is realign the fuel molecules when the gasoline passes by the magnet. The molecules are supposed to be all mixed up, and aligning them would reduce the effort your engine has to produce to move your car. To install the magnet, you simply tie it on the gas line wherever you want. But I am wondering why would we need more than one magnet if it works ? Installing one magnet right before the gas line reaches the engine should logically optimize your results, no?
If you read testimonials about these devices, you'll notice nobody saw any improvement after installing one.
The Engine Turbines :
This consists of an aluminum fan installed right next to the intake manifold, and the air flow going through the turbine should be amplified resulting in less efforts to move the car once again. But what is wrong with this system is that the turbine itself is blocking the previous airflow from going through the intake because of it's size. In other words, what stops the device from improving the performance is... the device itself!
If you find any positive testimonials talking about significant improvements, let me know.
The Fuel Pills :
I don't have all the technical details on how exactly these pills are supposed to work, but what I know is that you have to insert the pill into your fuel tank. When the pill is dissolving, it produces a chemical gas that is supposed to improve your cars' gas mileage. I did not find any positive testimonials about these pills, but I personally would never try that.
A chemical gas into a fuel thank is never a good idea!
The Hydrogen Gas Savers :
First, this is not the actual name of the system. It is only one of the dozen of terms used for what is actually an HHO fuel kit. Most people using hydrogen gas savers are using a "do it yourself" guide showing every steps of what has to be done to install the device. But it is also possible to buy a device that is already assembled for a few more hundred dollars.
Basically, what you have to do is fill a little jar with water, and install that next to your engine. The system has to be connected to the battery of the car, and when you turn the ignition switch on, it creates electricity into the water. The electrolyzed water will then produce a gas called HHO.
If you take a few minutes to search for testimonials, you will notice that 95% of the people using this are getting incredible results from this system. Actually, the hydrogen gas savers can improve your gas mileage from somewhere between 30% and 40%! And keep in mind that you are only using water!
So what is the biggest difference between hydrogen gas savers and the other gas savers? The gas mileage improvement! For nearly the same price, you can have a slight improvement that you will probably never notice, or you can improve your gas mileage by up to 40%.
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