Hydrogen Fuel Cells – What Is The Science Behind Converting Water To Fuel?

Is a car repair in my future? For most drivers, having an engine light come on can cause some initial panic. What does the light mean? Is my car safe to continue driving? What will happen if I ignore the light? These tips will help you know what to do when your engine warning light comes on.

When hydrogen is added to the fuel air mixture in a car engine, the engine will burn the gasoline more effectively. The reason is that hydrogen is more flammable than gasoline. This gives the engine a better efficiency and a better burn. This is a benefit to you and the environment at the same time.

Don’t forget the Radiator and Condenser..The radiator and condenser are often overlooked, because they are a bit of pain to take out, on some models. That being said, they are a nice source of profit for you, should you decide to extract them. Some radiators are made from copper, those are by far, the most valuable ones… if you know how to clean them up right. The radiator and condenser should bring you about $4.00-$20.00 depending upon whether it’s all aluminum, or aluminum and copper.

ADDITIVES – Also sadly, we are told by ‘authorities’ that some of the many gasoline additives are in the mix to increase performance; but because of its current overly-complex molecular structure, the real built-in function of the gasoline formula is to slow down the combustion so that only so much is actually consumed in the cylinder, and the liquid balance goes to the catalytic converter price guide. As a further insult, the additives are also there to clog and prevent the use of the Pogue-style carburetors, designed to get 200-300 mpg.

Air Conditioning Compressors bring a few bucks too… Most cars that I scrap catalytic converter out have the air conditioning compressor just below the alternator. So while you’re right there, you might as well take out the four screws holding it in place (most models) while you’re at it. That will add an additional $3.00-$8.00 profit for you.

That stands for any additional power producing modifications other than the basic BPU(TM) modifications. One “+” refers to Adj. Cam Gears and under-drive pulleys, the second “+” refers to a Fuel controller, ECU upgrade, etc. For instance, a Supra with the BPU(TM) modifications, plus a front-mount intercooler, would be called BPU(TM)+. If you added cam gears to that, it would be BPU(TM)++, and so on. The “BPU(TM)” term is used until you have an upgraded turbo(s). Then it is referred to as APU, advanced performance upgrades. This designation pretty much covers every modification that can be performed.

HHO power works with gas or diesel. Hydroxy gas assists in combustion, regardless of fuel type. The introduction schematics are different but the production is the same. In either fuel you have unused fuel that goes to the catalytic converter. Basically you pay for fuel, then the fuel you don’t use gets burned in the catalytic converter. Hmmm… Your burning cash, that HHO could utilize! Since HHO assists combustion you get to burn all that unused fuel! This is what gives you more bang for your buck!