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Author Topic: Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle  (Read 3475 times)

Offline astroboy77

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Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle
« on: May 22, 2008, 03:13:34 PM »
Where abouts on this forum is the best place to ask or discuss getting a working water fuel cell into a vehicle?

I see that overunity has a sponsor with an ebook they are selling. But I cannot see any link on that page to actualy ask the seller a question? Or do they have their own website with more information/discussions/forums/ Faq's. And it seems pretty gimmicky.

I'm not a mechanic but some of my friends are, and I've been looking into this technology for a few months and the time is now ripe to get this technology off and kicking and available to all the poor sods out there getting raped by fuel prices.

It seems like it should work. Can anyone actually testify that it worked for them?

Or share some good websites or resources on this?

Any info would be greatly appreciated .

Offline vdubdipr

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Re: Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2008, 10:37:43 PM »
there is way too much info in this forum to say anything, read first then ask

Offline Ioku

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Re: Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2008, 11:00:24 PM »
I am currently working on a cell for my car, but it dose seem hard to find much info on here about actually using a cell in a car, most people here just seem interested in building a really good cell, but I haven't seen a lot of practical usage of any cells. I things people are doing hear are cool but I just want something I can use now to get better mileage.

As for that water for fuel ebook I wouldn't bother with it, there is enough info here and around the web for free to make a cell, and the cell designs in that book aren't even that good. Check out this site,, for free cell instructions.

Keep use updated on how your work goes I would like to get a good thread going that just deals with using a HHO cell in a vehicle to better the mileage.

Offline astroboy77

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Re: Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2008, 10:37:51 AM »
Thanks Loku, I will look into that. It seems for you also to implement HHO in reality is hard to find info here .  With fuel hitting $135/barrel, expect a lot of interest in this topic from people who are suffering financialy, I'm not , but people i know are. And everyone will be affected by higher oil prices, its like the blood of the economy - hard to escape its impact.

vdubdipr, I used the search here and read through a lot of threads. there is a lot here and narrowing down actual specifics through piles and piles of posts is VERY hard to find. Most previous questions similar to mine in the past have gone unanswered. 

This is a  forum, sponsored by a company (HHO company)  that uses technology that is an important subject (i would think) of this forum. Conflict of interest? I dont care, but if the advert cant even provide an email to contact them and the forum members arent intersted in disucssing it, then thats pretty lame. Has anyone purchased that ebook... are there forum reviews from anyone who has implemented their ideas? Are they really that good?

Telling people to basically piss off in your own words, isnt how to greet new members who are here trying to help create free and cheap energy, that would easily lead to the saving of millions of lives. Perhaps you dont care about that, but I do.

Offline dankie

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Re: Water fuel cells adapted into petrol vehicle
« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2008, 06:16:00 AM »
this site blows .

just read us patent # 7198208

go buy sparkplugs and start modifying them as per the patent. Then you have a very simple circuit to make