Cars Can Use Water For Fuel

By: Ronaldrapier
Move over 6th gear and make room for the car that runs on water kit. This new gadget fits right under the hood. It's also capable of doubling your gas mileage.

It's all based on converting water into hydrogen. The process is quite elementary on a scientific scale. The bottom line is that water burns clean and doesn't pollute the atmosphere like gasoline

Water is so available on our planet that it really doesn't cost a thing. Water also doesn't smog up our environment. Water helps and doesn't hurt.

You still have to use gasoline in conjunction with these kits. Fortunately, you will only have to use half as much or less. This can save you a fortune at the pumps.

This knowledge has been around for nine decades now. The greedy parasitical oil cartel has done everything they can to keep it secret. The secret is out and now it's time to take action.

The old conversion kits would take up the entire back area of a van once installed. Thanks to time and some geniuses, the kit can now be installed right under your hood. It typically takes up no more extra space than your car battery.

These kits are very inexpensive to make and they do not require a heart surgeon to put them together. Local dealers have caught on are can help install the unit for a reasonable price.

Once installed properly, the unit will not void a cars manufacturer warranty. The unit severely cuts down on pollution. The cars engine also burns cleaner and more effectively.

Horsepower is increased, not decreased with this device. Engine sound is noticeably decreased. The amount you spend on gas is also decreased each month.

The kit can be built from parts you pick up at the hardware store. It's not expensive to buy the parts. It's also quite easy to put the kit together.

If you would like to improve the gas mileage for your vehicle and help the environment, the "car run on water" kit could be for you. You could save yourself a fortune, and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to get one installed on your car.
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