Hey, Dave here. If your the type of person who is concerned about saving gas money, then you may have heard about a wonderful new fuel saving device called an HHO Generator. Although this technology is well over 100 years old, it wasn’t until gas prices skyrocketed back in the spring of 2008 that people started using hydrogen as a method for improving vehicle gas mileage.
Now, before I continue I want to lay down some facts about HHO Technology that many skeptics have yet to grasp. First of all, it has already been tested and proven to work. There was a test done recently by long time HHO skeptic Eric Kreig, in which he admits on camera that hydrogen kits do work to increase gas mileage. Besides that, people are now using a more efficient hydrogen cell design called a “Dry Cell” that produces even more HHO gas than ever before! Although there is now overwhelming evidence proving that hydrogen hybrid kits really do work, some skeptics still refuse to believe it and continue to call it a scam.
There are many benefits to building and installing your own hydrogen on-demand system in your vehicle. Not only will you notice a significant boost in gas mileage, but your engine will run smoother and cleaner than before. Emissions testing shows that HHO injection can reduce hydrocarbon emissions by as much as 50% in both gasoline and diesel engines. Hydrogen will also clean the carbon deposits from inside your engine while preventing further carbon build up.
Most users who install an HHO kit in their vehicle report an average of 25-60% better MPG, although some people are using electronic enhancers with their hydrogen system and have reported as much as 150% better gas mileage. Another great thing about these kits is that they work in all vehicle types, including gas/electric hybrids. Hydrogen On-Demand kits are also very safe and will not void your vehicle warranty. You can even get IRS tax credit for installing an alternative energy device in your vehicle.
The best thing about hydrogen kits is that they are super easy to build and install. Many people choose to build their own hydrogen kits as opposed to buying online, considering that most websites are charging over $500 per kit. The hydrogen cell that I built for my Nissan Xterra is very effective and it only cost me about $65 in parts found at Lowes. I managed to gain an extra 12 MPG with HHO injection, so if your looking for a great way to save on gas money then I suggest you find a good set of instructions and build your own hydrogen kit today.