The stop-and-go of everyday driving could cost you 40% less money, all thanks to breakthroughs in water-powered technologies
If you are tired of paying too much to travel in your vehicle, you need to understand how to run your vehicle on water effectively. The only way to start saving money today is to pursue this real conversion. Once you use water as a fuel source, you’ll begin to wonder why more people don’t do it.
It’s simple logic, really. Most people complain about a lack of common sense among automotive manufacturers. At the same time, they’re forced to pay absurd prices for gas at the pump! You can say goodbye to high gas prices forever.
What we have today is a supreme technology that cannot be ignored. Powerful engines that can be powered entirely by water are available today.
The do-it-yourself conversion is a process that isn’t overly complicated. Instructions can be found online and, best of all, they include simple, detailed instructions. Also, converting a car to run on water is not a complicated transition. A motor that runs on water will not void the warranty on your car, because the conversion parts are as simple to remove as they are to install.
That means you could make your car an optional hybrid for under $200… the insertion of the gas to water conversion is entirely reversible! It’s easy to both set up and take out.
Tired of talking the ‘green’ talk but not walking the ‘green’ walk? You have the option to affordably build your own water hybrid, in the comfort of your very own garage, for a price that will pay for itself within months, even weeks.
Considering the possibility of gasoline prices rising to $4/gal. in the future, what would you do if you knew you could drives miles upon miles, on merely a few ounces of tap water?
You’re probably wondering why you haven’t looked into real water-burning cars earlier.
With a simple modification, you will have your motor running on water while simultaneously it is still able to use regular gasoline. Not only will you increase your car’s fuel efficiency, but you will also decrease the amount of money you pay as a gas consumer.
Water-powered vehicles can be made of any gas or diesel powered cars, trucks and SUVs. However, this technology has yet to be tested on hybrid cars.
On average, water-powered have shown records that become at least 40% more fuel efficient and produce cleaner emissions.
Here is where you may convert your car for the lowest price; the link is provided here. Similar water-motor conversion kits may be priced at $700 or more!
Once again, this technology works with plain tap water. You won’t have to pay for any treated or distilled water to use as a fuel source.
This conversion technology is impressively refined. The process is easy and costs less than $75.
Your engine will simply use electricity from your car’s battery to separate water molecules into a combustible named HHO — an abbreviation of sorts, which stands for two (2) Hydrogen and one (1) Oxygen. HHO, also called Brown’s Gas or Hydroxy, combusts strongly and produces abundant energy. The result: HHO burns with the output of Hydrogen yet holds with the stability of water.
Is this for real? Can I really have a car powered by water?
Yes, this is genuinely real. The technology has even been implemented into U.S. Army Hummers that consume notoriously large amounts of gasoline!
Water can be used as an aide to gasoline. Only a very small amount of water is needed, so you won’t have to worry about emptying gallons of water into a water cell. A mere quart of water provides 1700+ gallons of HHO gas. This amount of gas can last for which has the ability to power your car’s motor for months. You’ll significantly increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiently, saving you money, and helping to make the world a healthier place by reducing emissions
As far as alternative fuels go, none are more radical than the idea of fueling your car with ordinary water. Japanese company Genepax have apparently developed an on-board system for cars that extracts the hydrogen from water held in a tank and sends the resultant gas to a fuel cell to be turned into electricity in a process that Genepax calls its “Water Energy System”, or WES, promising fuss-free (and fossil-free) motoring for the commuter of the future.
One litre of water is supposedly enough to endow Genepax’s demonstrator vehicle with a one-hour endurance at speeds up to 80kph. It’s not voodoo, witchcraft or good ol’ Snake Oil™ that runs this thing though. Rather, it’s simple chemistry that enables Genepax’s water-fueled car to function. You see it’s not really water that’s the fuel: instead, it’s a bunch of metal hydride plates that stimulate hydrogen production in the water tank, plates that will eventually deplete and require replacement. Given the amount of energy required to manufacture these plates Genepax’s water-powered car could be a false economy, indirectly consuming more energy than it saves.
Of course that’s not so much of a problem if the energy needed to manufacture the plates is from a renewable source like the sun, wind, or a hamster wheel, but given the power industry’s current appetite for fossil fuels that’s not an entirely likely scenario. Still, it’s a noble effort on Genepax’s part to combat the looming oil crisis and one that may show promise if they can prove the technology works. After all, simply fueling up your car with water is a terribly convenient answer to the tricky problem of how the fuel infrastructure of the future is going to store, transport and distribute the volatile compressed hydrogen we’re all meant to be using 20 years from now. Unfortunately I have a sneaking suspicion that such a solution won’t be so popular with Big Oil.