First off, no energy what so ever is stored in plain water. Secondly,
the energy (thermal) being released upon burning the electrolyzed
hydrogen and oxygen is equal to the amount of energy (electrical)
needed for the electrolysis of water. Lastly, the efficiency of
transforming thermal engergy into kinetic ennergy in internal
combustion engines is about 30%.
And exactly where does the electricity come from? It's not just there
for you to use. Look at it this way. You use gasoline to run an
electric generator, then use the electricity it generates to breakup
the water into hydrogen and oxygen, then you use the H and O2 you have
collected to run your car. Clever!! How about using gasoline to run
Cars have been made to run on liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen,
nothing new about that. But that's for experiments, not for economy
reasons. And unless you're suicidal, i won't recommend you drive such
a car... bwahhaha
That website is not about running your engine on water, water is NOT
By using misleading and unrelated information, it's trying to talk you
into spending money to do water injection the redneck's way!!! Look at
that pickle jar and all that sh*t.. hahaha!!!
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