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Old 03-28-2013, 10:09 PM
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Let me put it this way. If it worked most of your neighbors would be doing it and you could see firsthand, but no it is just on the internet. Also every person on a vehicle forum woud be doing it and talking about it, and nobody does. I had a friend that was convinced it would work, and it doesn't. Another thing to think about is that a fuel injected motor is monitoring air fuel ratio to get the optimal burn in the cylinder in the motor. Now you are adding a very small amount of extra fuel in relation to how much air is going through the motor. Probably not enough to do anything and if it was, the fuel is not metered so there would be no control of how much hydrogen is added. And you are using energy that the motor has to produce to make the hydrogen, and I have not seen a true propetual motion motor yet. The ones you see on the internet are not true. You cannot have energy in= energy out= energy in on anything that has friction losses. I work at a power plant and we would add it to our boilers if it increased fuel efficiency.
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