Water4Gas and Gas4Frees bad points and problems reported

By: Freelifemagazine
No matter where you go you find information about Water burning cars, HHO, Hydroxy, Hydrogen Fuel Injection, hydrogen on demand, Browns gas, or what ever the newest terms are for the technology. Ronn Motor Company of Texas knows this technology is very real and will be producing their 400 horse, 40 mile per gallon water burning hybrid sports car, the Scorpio. The Scorpion at $150,000 each are proof to skeptics that this works. With thousands of people worldwide converting their cars to burn water we had to find which product is the best overall to increase you mileage and which one has the best design and let you know about it. We discover a few flaws and we tell you what they are.

Water4Gas was the best overall product, because they give you so much for the price. They are our overall choice, because they offer more gas saving products than their competition. Their package has more ways to improve mileage and the combined effect of all the devices is impressive. Everybody has the Hydrogen generator, Water4Gas also include the PCV Enhancer, Fuel heater and the Map Sensor Enhancer and we will explain how they help.

Good Points: 1) The PCV enhancer is nothing new-it is proven technology and some of the drag cars and high performance race cars have them installed. The PCV enhancer is an oil separator, or filter. It keeps oil and sludge from getting into the engine's carburetor, throttle body, or gas mixture, which causes carbon build-up on your pistons and reduces the efficiency of the gas burning. That helps the engine run cleaner, last longer and improve you gas mileage. Every car should come from the manufacturer with one of these. When you start using one you will be surprised at how much oil and sludge is filtered out. You will have to drain the crud out every now and then and their design makes that easy.

2) The Fuel heater is one of the extras that impressed us the most. Your car gets poor gas mileage because only vaporized gas will burn in your engine and the rest goes out the exhaust as pollution, or hydro carbons. Heating the fuel prior to being injected into the engine helps the gasoline to vaporize and burn more efficiency and you get more miles per gallon. That is because less gas goes in and you get more power. There are several expired U.S. patents to prove it this is real, but for some reason we do not have them on manufactured cars yet.

3) The map Sensor Enhancer, which is also know as an EFIE, or Efficient Fuel Injection Enhancer is a must for all cars that are 1996 or newer. Many people install Hydrogen on demand generators and they do not get increased mileage. The Map Sensor Enhancer compensates for the extra oxygen going into the engine and adjusts the signals from the oxygen sensor, so your engine does not run too rich. This device alone makes your engine run a little leaner improve mileage.

Bad Points: 1) One bad point is the fact that the electrolyzer is made of glass. Now if the jar breaks all you have to do is replace it, but this is still a design flaw as far as we are concerned. If you install the electrolyzer very carefully and you secure it in a good location with the included bungee cords it should not break.

2) Water4Gas gives you baking soda to add to the water as the electrolite, so it will conduct electricity allowing the electrolysis to occur and split the hydrogen and oxygen from the water. Baking soda does work, but it is not the best electrolyte to use, because it can cause the stainless steel electrodes in the electrolyzer to corrode and they will corrode to a point that the hydrogen generator will stop producing hydrogen all together. They may even corrode all the way through. To keep the stainless from corroding is a must if you want your hydrogen generator to last very long. It is much better to use potassium hydroxide or sodium hydroxide. Both are available for purchase online, or they can be found locally.

Water4Gas Conclusion: Although the supplied product may not be perfect, it can be easily modified to be more than sufficient to increase your mileage dramatically and pay for itself in short order. If you replace the electrolyte with one of the two recommended then is should last a long time.

Choice for Best Design The efficient sturdy compact durable design of Gas4Free's hydrogen electrolyzer is hands down the best design, especially with the limited space in newer cars. If you have everything you need except the actual generator, or if you already are running all the products from Water4Gas then this would be the logical upgrade. We highly recommend purchasing Water4Gas' package then upgrade the hydrogen electrolyzer with the one from Gas4Free.

If these two companies were to ever merge together, then we would have the perfect affordable Hydrogen on Demand System
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