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http://www.water-no-gas.com/a/index.html


What do you guys think on this??


I have been researching all day on gas saving tips and I stumbled upon a YouTube video, which then led me to the above website.
Sounds too good to be true? Sounds legit?
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Sounds too good to be true. The website is wayy too commercialized and it is clearly trying to sell you something. The pictures on the website looked chopped too. I wouldn't waste my time with it
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:/ thanks for the words.

Well, I remember a member on here was experimenting or was going to experiment (not sure which one) with acetone...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw2na...eature=related

^This is a video on gas saving tips plus the use of PURE acetone.
I wonder if this is safe.. (obviously, I don't anything about this!)


Don't know if this REALLY works, but here's something I want to research on.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg3OK...eature=related
^The use of magnets

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the problem with acetone is that it eats away at ur seals and o-rings..... after a long usage of acetone, ur car will start leaking and more problems will arise...not worth saving a few drops of gas...
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the problem with acetone is that it eats away at ur seals and o-rings..... after a long usage of acetone, ur car will start leaking and more problems will arise...not worth saving a few drops of gas...
You're right.. I read this on that above mentioned member who posted about the use of acetone.

Well, the whole thing with magnets on the fuel line sounds BS because the gasoline isn't metal or anything of that nature.
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Well, the whole thing with magnets on the fuel line sounds BS because the gasoline isn't metal or anything of that nature.
yea, the magnet stuff is BS as well.....mythbusters busted that one....hahaha
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acetone is also a joke, just like tornados, fuel magnets, etc. the best way to get good mileage is keep your car well maintained.
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The process of breaking down H2O into HHO and converting into energy is just as real as everything else. This can be done and has been done. I don't know if that product works or not, but it does look very cheap. The process of electrolysis is simple, but i don't know how that plastic bottle thingy is gonna work with your engine.
Some guy did it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Rb_rDkwGnU
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Mythbusters did a test of a product like that. They concluded that it did not work, at all. I dont doubt that you can run a car on hydrogen but you need a lot more of it then you can make with an electroltzer the size of a water bottle.
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the technology seems interesting and prolly works as claimed, but i wonder what long term effects this will cause on the engine. idk, with all this talk of making the engine more lean and water/steam cleaning, i have to wonder whats happening in the engine that they seem to completely ignore. not to mention, distilled water also costs money. it doesnt appear that very much gas would be made by the device and may get lost in the intake air charge. like that one testimonial said, his civic only got 10% better mileage.

oh yeah i made the gas once when i was doing electrolysis to remove rust from metal and i had a plastic bowl of water, some baking soda, and electricity running through it. it was only a small lantern battery and i bet a bigger scale and car battery would work better, but i could see the bubbles and smell the gas being formed. hopefully not harmful lol.

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