Intro - I am not as much of a mechanic as I want to be yet, but experimenting with Hydrogen already for about a year. I did purchase a kit but had some sever issues with heat and really did not understand everything. After many hours of research I designed and built my own unit and it seems to be producing H2 pretty well. - BUT - my good 2001 Kia is not getting the mileage that I expected (rarely over 30). This is one reason I am a member - I want to find out more about what mods can be done to increase mileage on my car, now that I have all installed.
Welcome to GS! I have a Hydrogen-Booster too. I haven't got it to work as claimed, but I haven't installed the "whole enchilada" either, so the jury is out for me. I am not a good mechanic either, so I am taking it slow.
Seconds on adding your Kia to the Gaslog. Is it the Kia Rio mini-wagon (the "Cinco")?
Sorry for the late posting guys - here are your answers.
MetroMPG - No I do not have Scangauge - would like to someday but seems abit expensive for me right now. Thank you for reminding me to add my car details to the site (Andy's Kia).
theclencher - Automatic Trans - the Kia has an OverDrive button that I never take off. It's barely peppy enough for me in Chicagoland area (mostly flat here).
cfg83 - That is what I did too - purchase the "Hydrogen Booster" online and found it really does not work as is. I too have the same issue, not a mechanic like I think I am. If you read a bit http://www.geocities.com/waterfuel11...ctrolyser.html you will find a set of plates do alot better. Heat seem to melt the thing so I rebuilt my own design. Same basic size but I took a gamble and purchase some carbon discs that are the plates. They seem to be working, using about 2/3 cup of water per tank of gas. Of course I am not getting alot more gas mileage. I believe due to the onboard computer is counter acting anything I am doing. Keep positive, this is an old proven technology that does work - we just have to get it right on our own vehicle.