If you are fretting about your gas consumption, stop right now. An oxyhydrogen kit can easily halve the quantity of fuel you inject into your tank. The average miles per gallon increase is 80%, but this can shoot right the way up to 300% with fine tuning. They are not my figures, they are official statistics from the Federal Bureau of Motoring USA.
It is worth pointing out at this stage that off the shelf kits are available, but they cost several thousand dollars and cannot be tuned to your vehicle for maximum returns on mileage. I suggest it is far better to invest in a manual (maybe $100), even if you end up paying your regular mechanic a couple of hundred if you don't have the time to fit it yourself.. The entire system materials only cost around $150.
The Science Behind an Oxyhydrogen Kit
It is a fact that close on 80% of refined petroleum used in an internal combustion engine is obsolete. Only just over 20% is used dynamically to propel your car. The remainder of it is either exhausted without producing any motive energy, expended as heat or simply used up when the engine is in motion and has no requirement for it.
An oxyhydrogen kit, on the other hand, burns slowly and as required, and has a combustion efficiency four times better than gas. Not only that, as HHO mixes with petroleum, it reduces heat and helps the petroleum burn more efficiently too. So it has a twofold effect: it replaces a proportion of gasoline normally used and makes the gasoline itself give a better return.
How To Build An Oxyhydrogen Kit
A professional guide will instruct you and take you step-by-step through the process of getting the best materials and how to build an oxyhydrogen kit. The best manuals will show you how to get the most out of limited space in the engine bay and how to fine tune the entire system on an ongoing basis. Tuning can make the difference between 25% savings and a massive 60% reduction in consumption.
The basic elements consist of a catalyst in a composite plastic housing, an amp control module, an ignition system, a bubbler, some hose and quite a bit of electrical wire (which is earthed for safety).
The components are wired together, in a very simple way if you are following good instructions. When the ignition is switched on, electricity is passed through the water in the reservoir which breaks down to its constituent parts as it comes into contact with the proton exchange module. HHO is produced and goes to the manifold and is used as fuel. No noxious emissions and better performance for half the money. An oxyhydrogen kit is as simple as that.