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Old 06-16-2008, 10:26 AM   #31
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I don't believe in mocking people, it is rude and unnecessary in a civilised forum, its a school boy mentality.

I just want to know if this guy has cracked something by accident, most of the great discovers are accidents, a good proverb, if your cup is full you can't have any more tea.
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You may have a point there bud; I just personally get tired of wasting study time running into useless videos, posts and erroneous info. Now down under, those Aussies are making some WILD claims with the water works. It would seem that one fella has some form of electrolyser that turns the water itself into burnable fuel. There's several others that are onto it as well, but their test methodology...well...let's say the 'ol jeep behind the barn was the whole labratory. One guy had a 350 Suzuki he rode around on after a mechanic examined the bike and the reporter drank some of the water before it was run thru the electrolyser. Then it ran the bike. I don't know what to think.
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One guy had a 350 Suzuki he rode around on after a mechanic examined the bike and the reporter drank some of the water before it was run thru the electrolyser. Then it ran the bike. I don't know what to think.
Vodka?
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Has anyone on here been tracking their mileage and then installed HHO and actually saw an upward trend in their gas log? We harassed that stupid Ethos sucker for not having that but I think a lot of our normal members pull that with their 'mods'.
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Vodka?

Egads! That's alcohol abuse!
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if you check out "rolling box car" he has a sort of gas log that he has posted under his mods that shows what he has done.

Note: he is saying that he is seeing little to no change in mileage as stated earlier in this thread.

side note: when I have dones something new and have got (what I consider) great gains from it, I usually post my results and then make the disclaimer that I need to run a tank or two to make sure the numbers are valid. when I did my WAI I gained over 10% on that tank but through the next few tanks that number went down to 8-9% but those figures are over the course of 1000-1500 miles and not a 2 mile stretch of road that nobody knows the location of.

if anyone has "CRACKED THE CODE" then that is awesome, but I personally want to see data. not just one blind post that says I went from this to this. if you have been storing up data and logging it into a notebook or something then it would be easy to put it in a gas log for everyone to see. most of the guys that play with the HHOs for some reason don't like to start gas logs or collect data, they just like to boast about big numbers.


*edit* also worth noting, the original starter of this thread "mirinae" hasn't posted since. I guess he has put his link on this site and moved on to spam another site.
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