Japanese Water Powered Car!!

As per the claims it runs only on a 300W "Water Energy System (WES)" where WATER is the only FUEL.

Gas prices are at an all time high, and with world oil prices at the same record levels, and showing no sign of coming down any time soon, it looks like the average motorist like you or I is going to be paying through the nose for our gas for some time to come. So how can you reduce your gas bills? You may have heard about conversion kits where you can convert your car to run on water - like me, you probably thought it was a scam. I now know it isn't a con, but just how does it work, and what can it save you? The headlines are a bit over the top - "Run Your Car On Water", they claim. The reality is that you can't run your car or truck on water alone. However, you can split the water into it's component elements, Oxygen and Hydrogen, and feed these into your engine along with the regular gas. This creates a mixture that is far more efficient, and in tests has achieved fuel consumption savings of 45% - 65% on standard vehicles. When you separate the component parts out of the water they form a mixed gas called HHO, or Brown's Gas. Both the gases in the mixture help combustion - most people know that Oxygen is essential for combustion, and Hydrogen itself is highly flammable, and will increase the efficiency of the gas burn. Now it might sound like you need a chemical plant to split the H2O into HHO , but in fact your local hardware store or auto parts supplier should have everything you need. It needn't be expensive either - you should easily be able to get everything for $50 - $100 if you shop around. To learn how simple it is to perform the conversion, and find out what you need, a detailed guide is essential. This should include blueprints, video demonstrations, and step by step instructions. You can read a review of three of the best guides currently available here.So what are you waiting for? Are you sick of high gas prices? Do you want to stop polluting our planet? Click the link below for more details about using HHO gas to reduce your gas consumption.



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