Can Water Really Be Used to Fuel a Car?

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Are cars really capable of running on water? Well, simply put – yes. You can in fact use water to save money at the pumps. What many people do not understand, however, is that you are not REPLACING the role of gasoline with H20. Instead, you are combining the two elements together to optimize the way that your engine burns up the gas.In other words, you'll still have to visit the gas station for an occasional fill-up, but the frequency of your trips will greatly decrease. In fact, installing a water conversion system into your vehicle will increase the fuel economy anywhere from 200% -300%!

So what vehicles have the capacity to utilize this technology? Well, all of them. It does not matter what you drive. Cars, trucks, vans, SUV's – they all work. And the best part is that this technology is completely reversible. You can remove the modification at any point in time and it's hassle-free! "How is this all possible?" you may ask. Believe it or not, this technology has been around for a while.

So let's take a look at how it actually works …

As of right now, your car or truck wastes 80% of the gas that you put into it. After installing one of these homemade "systems," your vehicle becomes more efficient in the way it burns fuel. What you do is put a converter into your car and hook it up the battery. This "converter" fills up with water, and it uses power from the battery to produce hydrogen gas (also called Browns Gas). Your engine then burns up this hydrogen gas, so preserving more fuel and saving you money.

You may be wondering how all of this is possible. And you're right – It DOES sound too easy. But I assure you it IS in fact very simple task to complete, and it really does pay off.

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