There were several "spammy" threads yesterday, and you've probably noticed that they were deleted. However I'll let this one stick, because you seem to have a sincere attitude about increasing fuel economy.
Elsewhere on these forums, there are guidelines for conducting experiments, and we'd be very interested in any factual data you can present. It would be beneficial for everyone if you could look those methods up and give us any repeatable before-after-before data, because (as you can probably tell) there are a lot of people skeptical about the whole HHO thing 'round these parts. There are many "HHO" sites and most of them are bologna (from a statistical/sales perspective), so perhaps you can bring some credibility to this whole realm.
Glad you're here then. Any decoy from the duck tape mobile is appreciated.
LOL, I don't care. Make fun all you want... Today I was seriously considering blocking off the rear wheelwells after I switched back to the narrower size stock tires later this summer. I tell you though, I miss my old 1974 C-10 pickup. That had a 350 with no emissions equipment to slow it down. With over 300,000 miles that truck hit the high 20's on the highway just by keeping a light touch on the pedal. No gliding or anything else special. None of my other trucks ever did that on a regular basis. It also had an a/c that was so cold if left on max it would frost up the windows!
EDIT: BTW, it looks like your car is sticking its tongue out at me!
When a big truck like yours passes me, my scangauge mpg's go up a couple MPG for about 5 seconds. That's how much air you're pushing with that big flat front end.
I think that warrants some experimentation. If you can draft on the side of a truck (not in his blind spot of course!!!) you don't have the rocks kicked up on your car as much, and you don't have the possibility of rearending him.
For all the people that don't believe come and see my kitchen after my reactor exploded Woops
Belive me when u sit there and melt things with water you then believe its real
at first i did wonder but trust me!
(FOR ALL THE PEOPLE THAT DON'T BELIEVE)
Get a 12v battery and 2 bits of tin foil connect the battery to the tinfoil via wires and space the tin foil with kitchen cloth, you will be amassed at how much hydrogen you can create with tin foil and a bit of salt'y water
That was what convinced me and sent me on my journey
PS to catch your bubbles to explode try adding a small amount of washing up liquid it alows the bubbles to form on the surface and be ignited, Always remember be safe!
Or you will have a kitchen like mine
I also have information on my HH-O Forums