Right. Anybody who believes this deserves to be disappointed. I'm testing a unit presently. I expect a little gain when I add the EFIE but other then that...with hydrogen, the only thing I get is more oil pressure on a 1992 jeep with 100k miles. MPG looks to be the same with the fuel cell on or off. Look at my garage post.
[QUOTE=mirinae;105700]Right then, I've got a 1969 Landrover Series 2a 2.25L Diesel. I put magnets on the fuel line and increased the mileage on a set 17 mile route at a steady 40mph to 27.87mpg. I then constructed the single cell system and fitted it. My first run was with the bubbler closed and on the set run increased my mileage to 28.84mpg. A positive start, but I felt that the engine was being starved of HHO. I then reduced the length of the two feed pipes going to the closest point on the air intake manifold to 4 feet each from five feet and opened up the bubbler to allow a moderate amount of air through. I then ran the same run (each run took 35 minutes) and compared the results. My 39 year old Landrover did 71.43mpg!!!!
In truth, I was hoping to achieve a modest 40mpg but this is unbelievable!!
Don't you just love these forty five year old, unemployed, over weight, bald guys, living in their parents basement. That push their Internet home scam business, hoping it is going to make them enough money to move out of their parents home.