Gas Conversion Kit Reviews
It is quite surprising to realize that technology exists that allows you to create a burnable fuel out of water to increase your gas mileage and that you could build your own hydrogen generator for a small investment.
With hydrogen conversion kits you can turn your vehicle into a hydrogen hybrid and it may be easier than you realize.
The information and reviews below will help you understand what is required and how to carry out your own gas conversion.
Jason Tyler (Auto Mechanic Team)
Gas Conversion (Hydrogen/HHO Fuel) Expert
As a certified mechanic, I know the ins and outs of cars. I also know how easy it is (or isn't) to perform certain conversions on cars, trucks, and big-rigs.
Ten years ago when I first started experimenting with the different technologies to achieve superior fuel economy, I just took it for granted that getting 50-80 miles per gallon (80 to 129 kilometers) was normal with the water/HHO system installed. Today, with the advent of people selling the do-it-yourself instructions to use water as a fuel supplement, I want to shed some light on what is and what is not possible.
First, it is NOT possible to drive completely with water (these vehicles are still in production and are very expensive). You will still need fuel. BUT, with the water being converted to hydrogen (also called oxyhdrogen, HHO or Brown's gas) and fed into the engine's air intake, your vehicle will get more miles per gallon (or kilometers per liter) of fuel and you save money on gas.
Second, it is NOT for everyone. If you do not spend more than $50 a month on gas, it really doesn't make sense.
Third, you may only get 50-60% increase in fuel efficiency and depending on your vehicle, engine size, your vehicle's increase in fuel efficiency will vary. Yet, with that said, we have had reports from USA and Canada of 113% to 279.3% increases in MPG. You still would have to buy gas each month, but your bill would likely be half to one third of what it is right now.
Fourth, in our tests of the some of the guides recommended by non-mechanics, some actually damaged the engine or destroyed certain critical engine components, which not only was expensive to fix, but VOIDED the vehicle warranty.
I and the other mechanics in our shop evaluated 19 different guides based on the following criteria:
Mechanically sound design that will withstand daily use of the vehicle.
An increased gas mileage and money savings.
Very inexpensive and easy for a beginner.
Clean emissions (which help protect the environment).
Produce the maximum amount of HHO (oxyhydrogen or "Brown's gas").
Work with 99% of new and used vehicles on the market today (including fuel/carb injection, petrol, gas, and hybrids).
Has successfully been used on vehicles around the world using petrol, diesel, or gasoline.
Faster vehicle acceleration.
Stronger torque or engine power.
Works in freezing temperatures.
Eliminates engine "knock" or "ping".
Does NOT damage the vehicle warranty.
Compatible with IRS requirements to REALLY get you tax rebates to pay for the conversion.
REALLY can be removed or installed in minutes from your car's engine compartment.
Eliminate carbon deposits from unused fuel.
You get rights to the system to build and distribute the kits for personal use or profit.
Below, I give you recommendations of the top three conversion guides that my team has tested and that meet all of the criteria above.
Knowledge is power, and even if you are not an expert in cars, I believe you can do the conversion!
To your saving money on gas,
Jason Tyler (and team)