They laughed when I said One Day Cars Would Run On Water... Guess Who's laughing

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Article Summary: This article shows how I was thoroughly laughed at by my friends when I told them cars would run on water... but guess who's laughing now.
Many years ago I remarked to my friends during one of our chatting sessions- "One day cars will run on water". I can still remember how they all laughed at me as if I was crazy. Among them was someone who knew so much about the mechanics of a car and how it works. He was the one that laughed the loudest and took time to explain to us, especially me, how it wasn't possible for cars to EVER run on water, even 30% water.
I wish I could see his face right now while demonstrating the water car technology to him. For the rest of my friends who were there that day that I still contact, they are so filled with shame for ever laughing at me that day.
If you know anyone that has also doubted the workability of the water car technology, tell them that not only is it now workable but anyone can make it work from the comfort of their home.
That's right. The water car technology can be made workable by just about anyone, who has access to the right information and the right devices needed.
How exactly this water car technology works?
This water car technology is the use of simple technology of putting together of home-made devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also known as Hydrogen*Oxygen™ or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and by so doing provides TONS of energy.
And the most remarkable beauty is that this pound for pound HHO gas is even much more potent than gasoline. In fact 3 times more potent than gasoline.
To get started, learn more about how this works and how you too can do it yourself on your car. With the power of the Internet you can find this information for free. When you arm yourself with this information you will be amazed at how easy it can be to make this water car technology work for you.

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30 Gas Saving Tips

by Ernest Miles
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The surest way you can improve your fuel cost problem is to change your motoring habits. Listed below under four categories are 30 effective methods of doing so... no need to buy expensive add-on equipment.


1. Avoid prolonged warming up of engine, even on cold mornings - 30 to 45 seconds is plenty of time.
2. Be sure the automatic choke is disengaged after engine warm up... chokes often get stuck, resulting in bad gas/air mixture.
3. Don't start and stop engine needlessly. Idling your engine for one minute consumes the gas amount equivalent to when you start the engine.
4. Avoid "reving" the engine, especially just before you switch the engine off; this wastes fuel needlessly and washes oil down from the inside cylinder walls, owing to loss of oil pressure.
5. Eliminate jack-rabbit starts. Accelerate slowly when starting from dead stop. Don't push pedal down more than 1/4 of the total foot travel. This allows carburetor to function at peak efficiency.


6. Buy gasoline during coolest time of day - early morning or late evening is best. During these times gasoline is densest. Keep in mind - gas pumps measure volumes of gasoline, not densities of fuel concentration. You are charged according to "volume of measurement".
7. Choose type and brand of gasoline carefully. Certain brands provide you with greater economy because of better quality. Use the brands which "seem" most beneficial.
8. Avoid filling gas tank to top. Overfilling results in sloshing over and out of tank. Never fill gas tank past the first "click" of fuel nozzle, if nozzle is automatic.


9. Exceeding 40 mph forces your auto to overcome tremendous wind resistance.
10. Never exceed legal speed limit. Primarily they are set for your traveling safety, however better gas efficiency also occurs. Traveling at 55 mph give you up to 21% better mileage when compared to former legal speed limits of 65 mph and 70 mph.
11. Traveling at fast rates in low gears can consume up to 45% more fuel than is needed.
12. Manual shift driven cars allow you to change to highest gear as soon as possible, thereby letting you save gas if you "nurse it along". However, if you cause the engine to "bog down", premature wearing of engine parts occurs.
13. Keep windows closed when traveling at highway speeds. Open windows cause air drag, reducing your mileage by 10%.
14. Drive steadily. Slowing down or speeding up wastes fuel. Also avoid tailgating - the driver in front of you is unpredictable. Not only is it unsafe, but if affects your economy, if he slows down unexpectedly.
15.Think ahead when approaching hills. If you accelerate, do it before you reach the hill, not while you're on it.


16. Do not rest left foot on floor board pedals while driving. The slightest pressure puts "mechanical drag" on components, wearing them down prematurely. This "dragging" also demands additional fuel usage.
17. Avoid rough roads whenever possible, because dirt or gravel rob you of up to 30% of your gas mileage.
18. Use alternate roads when safer, shorter, straighter. Compare traveling distance differences - remember that corners, curves and lane jumping requires extra gas. The shortest distance between two points is always straight.
19. Stoplights are usually timed for your motoring advantage. By traveling steadily at the legal speed limit you boost your chances of having the "green light" all the way.
20. Automatic transmissions should be allowed to cool down when your car is idling at a standstill, e.g. railroad crossings, long traffic lights, etc. Place gear into neutral position. This reduces transmission strain and allows transmission to cool.
21. Park car so that you can later begin to travel in forward gear; avoid reverse gear maneuvers to save gas.
22. Regular tune-ups ensure best economy; check owner's manual for recommended maintenance intervals. Special attention should be given to maintaining clean air filters... diminished air flow increases gas waste.
23. Inspect suspension and chassis parts for occasional misalignment. Bent wheels, axles, bad shocks, broken springs, etc. create engine drag and are unsafe at high traveling speeds.
24. Remove snow tires during good weather seasons; traveling on deep tire tread really robs fuel!
25. Inflate all tires to maximum limit. Each tire should be periodically spun, balanced and checked for out-of-round. When shopping for new tires, get large diameter tires for rear wheels. Radial designs are the recognized fuel-savers; check manufacturer's specifications for maximum tire pressures.
26. Remove vinyl tops - they cause air drag. Rough surfaces disturb otherwise smooth air flow around a car's body. Bear in mind when buying new cars that a fancy sun roof helps disturb smooth air flow (and mileage).
27. Auto air conditioners can reduce fuel economy by 10% to 20%. Heater fan, power windows and seats increase engine load; the more load on your engine, the less miles per gallon.
28. Remove excess weight from trunk or inside of car - extra tires, back seats, unnecessary heavy parts. Extra weight reduces mileage, especially when driving up inclines.
29. Car pools reduce travel monotony and gas expense - all riders chip in to help you buy. Conversation helps to keep the driver alert. Pooling also reduces traffic congestion, gives the driver easier maneuverability and greater "steady speed" economy. For best results, distribute passenger weight evenly throughout car.
30. During cold weather watch for icicles frozen to car frame. Up to 100 lbs. can be quickly accumulated! Unremoved snow and ice cause tremendous wind resistance. Warm water thrown on (or hosed on) will eliminate it fast.


Install pressure regulator valve (sold in auto parts stores)... Use graphite motor oil... Beware of oil additives, regardless of advertising claims... Investigate fuel/water injection methods and products... combine short errands into one trip... Use special gas additives to prevent winter freezing of gas lines... convert your V8 engine over to a V4 - no special kits needed!!!
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Videos on Tips for Gas Saving

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With oil prices sky rocketing, I hope the videos about tips on being more fuel efficient and getting better gas mileage below can help you save your penny. Enjoy it!

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MPG-CAPS™ TEST Shows 15% Fuel Efficiency

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The test engine used was GM with a bore of 4.07 inches and stroke of 3.66 inches and displacement of 380 inches . This engine is normally used in the larger SUV vehicles and many other applications. The tests were conducted with the engine running at 2000 rpm with a resistance of 125 ft/lbs torque . This steady load simulates a large SUV traveling at 80 mph .
A baseline test was conducted using 20 gallons of fuel . We used a cylindrical tank with a sight glass on the side . Strapping of the tank calculatedto contain.47 gallons per inch. We were able to make very precise measurements of fuel at 20 minute intervals . We ran the baseline test for 5 hours and burned 42 inches of fuel which calculated to be 19.74 gallons .
We conducted a conditioning run of 20 gallons and ran exactly 42 inches in 5 hours which also calculated to be 19.74 gallons . We used ½ grams of product during this run.
We then conducted a treated run using ½ grams in 20 gallons . During the first 4 hours we did not see any reduction in fuel consumption . During the last hour we saw a reduction of 9/16 of an inch in reduced fuel consumption.
Due to the reduction we saw in the last hour we decided we had not completed the conditioning run in the original 5 hours. We had reserved enough time to run an additional 2.5 hours or a 10 gallon run. 10 gallons is a total of 21.27 inches in the tank.
During the final 2.5 hour run we saw little change in the fuel consumption during the first hour but during the last one and one half hours we saw fuel consumption decrease as much as 19% ( see the calculations on the data sheets )
The overall average of the product runs was over 6% lower in fuel consumption; however the 19% decrease in consumption during the last one and one half hours of the run indicated that a continued run would have shown 15% or more savings.
The operator on this test was Terry Gray acting as an independent consultant. He is retired from Southwest Labs and ran this test within the EPA guidelines but not to a specific test requirement. The purpose of the test was to show fuel economy with the use of the FFI product.

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13 Ways to Save Fuel

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With the skyrocketing of gas prices its better to save our fuel consumptions. And studies show that bad driving habits contribute significant amount of fuel wastefulness. Lets learn from drivers experiences how to save gas with your car. These ten fuel saving tips from Aaron Gold have served him well over the years, and they can help you improve your car's fuel economy and take some of the sting out of high fuel prices. Most of these tips will give you a very slight increase in MPG -- but use several together and the gas mileage improvements will really add up.

1. Slow down

One of the best ways to save gas is to simply reduce your speed. As speed increases, fuel economy decreases exponentially. If you one of the "ten-over on the freeway" set, try driving the speed limit for a few days. You'll save a lot of fuel and your journey won't take much longer. (Just be sure you keep to the right, so you won't impede the less-enlightened.)

2. Check your tire pressure

Under-inflated tires are one of the most commonly ignored causes of crummy MPG. Tires lose air due to time (about 1 psi per month) and temperature (1 psi for every 10 degree drop); under-inflated tires have more rolling resistance, which means you need to burn more gas to keep your car moving. Buy a reliable tire gauge and check your tires at least once a month. Be sure to check them when they are cold, since driving the car warms up the tires along with the air inside them, which increases pressure and gives a falsely high reading. Use the inflation pressures shown in the owner's manual or on the data plate in the driver's door jamb.

3. Check your air filter

A dirty air filter restricts the flow of air into the engine, which harms performance and economy. Air filters are easy to check and change; remove the filter and hold it up to the sun. If you can't see light coming through it, you need a new one. Consider a "permanent" filter which is cleaned rather than changed; they are much less restrictive than throw-away paper filters, plus they're better for the environment.

4. Accelerate with care

Jack-rabbit starts are an obvious fuel-waster -- but that doesn't mean you should crawl away from every light. If you drive an automatic, accelerate moderately so the transmission can shift up into the higher gears. Stick-shifters should shift early to keep the revs down, but don't lug the engine -- downshift if you need to accelerate. Keep an eye well down the road for potential slowdowns. If you accelerate to speed then have to brake right away, that's wasted fuel.

5. Hang with the trucks

Ever notice how, in bad traffic jams, cars seem to constantly speed up and slow down, while trucks tend to roll along at the same leisurely pace? A constant speed keeps shifting to a minimum -- important to those who have to wrangle with those ten-speed truck transmissions -- but it also aids economy, as it takes much more fuel to get a vehicle moving than it does to keep it moving. Rolling with the big rigs saves fuel (and aggravation).

6. Get back to nature

Consider shutting off the air conditioner, opening the windows and enjoying the breeze. It may be a tad warmer, but at lower speeds you'll save fuel. That said, at higher speeds the A/C may be more efficient than the wind resistance from open windows and sunroof. If I'm going someplace where arriving sweaty and smelly could be a problem, I bring an extra shirt and leave early so I'll have time for a quick change.

7. Back off the bling

New wheels and tires may look cool, and they can certainly improve handling. But if they are wider than the stock tires, chances are they'll create more rolling resistance and decrease fuel economy. If you upgrade your wheels and tires, keep the old ones. I have fancy sport rims and aggressive tires on my own car, but I keep the stock wheels with a good narrower-tread performance tire in the garage. For long road trips, the stock wheels give a smoother ride and better economy.

8. Clean out your car

If you're the type who takes a leisurely attitude towards car cleanliness -- and I definitely fall into that category -- periodically go through your car and see what can be tossed out or brought into the house. It doesn't take much to acquire an extra 40 or 50 lbs. of stuff, and the more weight your car has to lug around, the more fuel it burns.

9. Downsize

If you're shopping for a new car, it's time to re-evaluate how much car you really need. Smaller cars are inherently more fuel-efficient, and today's small cars are roomier than ever. Worried about crash protection? The automakers are designing their small cars to survive crashes with bigger vehicles, and safety features like side-curtain airbags and electronic stability control are becoming commonplace in smaller cars.

10. Don't drive

Not a popular thing to say on a car site, I know, but the fact is that if you can avoid driving, you'll save gas. Take the train, carpool, and consolidate your shopping trips. Walking or biking is good for your wallet and your health. And before you get in your car, always ask yourself: "Is this trip really necessary?"
Source:Aaron Gold,

11. Use Biodiesel Fuel

Using biodiesel is a good alternative to save your money on gas. It can save you up to 30% or more and environmental friendly. And even you can make your own biodiesel to freed you from gas prices framed by big companies tyrant. One of references you can learn how to make your own biodiesel is Biodiesel at Home.

12. Use Better Fuel Injection

Many exciting technologies exist today for increasing the fuel efficiency of internal combustion engines. You can choose some gas savers that really work, thus saving you money, increasing the performance of your car, and making your car more environmentally friendly. One of this kind of product I know is EFIE (Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancment) devices.

13. Use Water as Fuel

Most cars on the road today can burn hydrogen with little or no modification. Any driver can use easy downloadable conversion plans showing exactly how to use electricity from their car's battery to separate water into a gas called HHO (which is simply 2 parts Hydrogen and 1 part Oxygen). HHO is also referred to as Brown's Gas or Hydroxy and it burns significantly more smoothly and provides unmatched energy. The end product is plain old water (H20). And thanks to our conversion plans, the technology to run a water burning hybrid is easy and affordable. You can see my referece at Run Your Car On Water here.

Do you have other tips on saving fuel? Please share them with us. Give your comments below.

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Turn to Smaller Car! Is that Your Solution?

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Its obvious that the gas prices are out of our control! We can not wait the traditional theory of supply and demand will fix the problem any longer, it doesn't seem to be the solution we need. So what can we do about gas prices?

There are some options people response to this situation:

  1. Turn to smaller, more fuel-efficient cars.
  2. Boycott buying gas from big companies, such as Exxon and Mobil. By doing this perhaps these two big guys will be inclined to reduce their prices and the other companies will have to follow suit.
  3. Urge the government to drill more oil domestically.
  4. Push the government to build more refineries.
  5. Pressure the government to the taxes.
  6. Keep on maintaining the lifestyle by paying more money every time they fill up the fuel. We can se on the road large vehicles, including luxury SUVs, remain as popular as ever.
  7. Lock the car in the garage for good.
Which option will you take? Lets analyze them one by one.
If you choose to move to a smaller car, the question is how small can you take since the gas prices tend to go higher and higher. Your car will getting smaller and smaller and you'll realize its not a car you need for your activities anymore!

And if you choose to boycott the two biggest oil companies, the problem with this idea is, it only works if millions of people do it. It doesn't work if only a few people do it. So the question remains, what can we do?

Waiting for the government to push oil companies drill more oil domestically? Now gas prices are so high that we simply can't afford to wait for big oil companies to get off their duff and drill for domestic oil.

And seriously, can we afford to wait for more refineries to be built? How will that lower the costs?

A few people seem to think that lowering the taxes will do the trick. Well, politicians will embrace these remedies, but the only thing that is happening is, we are deeper and deeper in this big mess. We know that lowering taxes won't work, because retailers will pick up the slack rather than pass the savings on to consumers.So, what can we do about gas prices, other than pay the tyrant oil companies anything they want for gas? Why not convert the water into gas? Is that possible?

Discover how you be join the thousands of other people who are doing something amazing about gas prices, and see how easily you can cut your your fuel cost to $0 this week while driving your car. Find out how you can run your car on water and save thousands of dollars too!


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Why Are Gas Prices So High?

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For a couple of weeks I have been questioning why oil prices is soaring to the sky? And to tell you the truth, I am getting tired of this crazy high gas prices!! If you have the same question as mine, perhaps this article below can help you clear the clouds....and solve our problem!

Remember the internet bubble boom and bust? Or is your head still reeling from the housing bubble burst? With oil prices doubling in only a year, you might be asking "bubble bubble, or is oil in trouble?"

Retail gas prices surged to almost $4 a gallon, and in some parts of the country, they are surging close to $5. Gas prices keep setting new records every day.

The real question is, why are gas prices so high? There are many factors to calculate when determining how much higher gas prices will go. We must consider supply, demand, the strength of the dollar, politics and of course speculation.

Still, while looking at the gas pricing formula, things don't seem to add up. For example, it was only a few months ago when we were trading oil for only $86 a barrel. The supply really hasn't changed that much since then. There is no oil shortage. In fact, inventories actually rose a bit. As for demand, we see that our sluggish economy has managed to put a dent in demand. Our weak dollar which has been slipping into a deep coma, is now starting to show signs of life, and that typically dictates lower prices for gas. These conditions alone might suggest that we're in an oil bubble which is about to burst.

However, the situation of why are gas prices so high is much more complicated than that, and the really bad news is, things will only get much worse.

Right now, the out of control oil prices are hitting many parts of our economy harder than others, and it is especially hurting those companies who use a lot of oil.

Airlines are going bankrupt. And the ones who are struggling to survive are tightening their seatbelts for a very long and bumpy ride ahead. Just this month they announced that they are cutting jobs and chagrining new fees for baggage.

Carmakers are also cutting back, reducing vehicle production and laying off workers. If gas prices go much higher, the damage to the United States economy will be much more serious than a mild recession.

Consumers are now driving less, which has sent oil investors in a panic about falling demand, which has helped to send oil prices sharply lower. Normally a drop means lower prices at the pump. But in this case, the drop looks like the perfect buying opportunity to some investors in the oil speculation arena, which pushes gas prices even higher.

But will the price of gas go down? It's hard to say. We do know that as prices continue to go up and up, consumers will use less and less. That will devastate our economy because the price of food and other necessities will be driven up. The trucking industry will slowly diminish. Jobs will be lost and wages will be flat. It will become a death spiral which will be hard to escape, unless the price of gas does drop sharply and remain manageable.

Obviously that means consumers have tremendous power in this equation. And a simple solution within their grasp is simply to change from using gasoline in their cars to burning water. Thousands of people have made the switch, with many more on course to do so.

Discover how you be join the thousands of other people who are doing something amazing about gas prices, and see how easily you can cut your your fuel cost to $0 this week while driving your car. Find out how you can run your car on water and save thousands of dollars too here!
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How to Make Biodiesel

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Biodiesel has a number of benefits, but one of the biggest benefits is that that anyone can make Biodiesel at home. Imagine being able to make your fuel for your vehicle or even to create energy for your home right in your garage. That spells a lot of savings for you.
It is not very difficult when it comes to making Biodiesel. Making your own Biodiesel is a great idea if you can do it because you get to save gas costs when you use Biodiesel that is made from your home.
Material Supplies for Biodiesel
To make a small batch of Biodiesel at home all you need are few supplies. The production of Biodiesel requires the actual ingredients alcohol, lye substance and vegetable oil. You also have to produce some supply requirements for mixing the fuel: unfilled plastic bottles, duct tape, a blender and measuring cups. You have to ensure that production inputs for Biodiesel should be solely intended for that purpose and avoid using again for your cooking ingredients.
Once your supplies are in place, you can start learning the process of making Biodiesel
Safe Process
Producing Biodiesel in not a risky business, health wise. Running the risk of inviting fire or explosion is remote. Indeed the main safety measure you have to watch out, inflicting burns to yourself due to flames. Just be careful and realize the mixture does get hot.
You will undertake the simple procedure of Biodiesel production which involves blending the inputs, allowing it to settle, disjoining the byproduct and Biodiesel and then purifying the Biodiesel. The whole process can take a few days to a few weeks. That depends on the extent of cleanliness of your vegetable oil.
Low Volume or High Volume
The production of a Biodiesel can be in a small scale or a large scale basis. Biodiesel kits are great if a few gallons of diesel production is what your expect to achieve at a time. If you depend on your lawnmower or similar equipments then A Biodiesel kit would be perfect. It is not difficult to use and will not require a considerable level of supplies.
If your mindset is to produce more Biodiesel for the instance for running your automobile, you have to operate a Biodiesel processor. This makes the process much more efficient, so you can increase your level of production. The presence of a processor requires more inputs but you also will not have to spend a lot of time making Biodiesel since the iterative tasks can be undertaken by the processor.
As reference you can see How to make Biodiesel here

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A Look at Biodiesel

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With increasing prices in petrol we seem to see an industrial revolution to seek better fuel that cost lesser. Most drivers want something that is better than fuel oil. The majority want a cleaner and safer fuel. Almost all of them want such fuel without paying more than expected.

Since then, the industry has seen a number of alternative fuel being introduced and a couple of them have gathered a following. Biodiesel is one of the popular alternative fuel that offers the general public a good fuel alternative.

Biodiesel is Different
One of the nice things that makes Biodiesel so different from the other alternatives out there is that there is no need to buy a special car or even modify your current car to use Biodiesel. If you have been using diesel as fuel 
then you can Biodiesel.

It is very different from what you normally put into your car, but it's always something good. Biodiesel runs the engine just like any other diesel which is the main reason why you can use this fuel in your engine just as you would regular diesel. In addition, it is a known fact that Biodiesel burns cleaner, so less wear and tear and less pollution. Biodiesel is also safer with less chance of explosion or fire.

Most commercial Biodiesel sold today are blended version. This means is that Biodiesel and regular diesel are mixed at various levels. The reason is that Biodiesel at its purest form does not perform well with traditional rubber parts found in vehicles. You see, hoses and other rubber parts in the car will disintegrate over time with consistent use of Biodiesel. Mixing Biodiesel and regular diesel into a blend will help to correct this common issue.

B100, which is pure Biodiesel, is also sold commercially. For those who have removed the rubber parts in their engine will get the best benefit from using pure Biodiesel. Whatever it is, it's a fact that blended Biodiesel still wins over the straight diesel fuel and it can be used in any diesel-driven car safely.

Confusing Myths of Biodiesel
There are quite a number of myths about Biodiesel that give people excuses not to use it. The known issue of Biodiesel breaking down rubber parts has been blown up. It is cheap when it comes to replacing the rubber parts compared to the problems that may arise from using regular diesel in your car. Biodiesel is much cleaner and so you will not experience greater wear and tear. That means that you will have lesser servicing done to your vehicle.

People are starting to see that the best choice is still Biodiesel. Despite all the criticism and negative reports, Biodiesel is a proven alternative fuel for drivers today.

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Efficient Fuel Injected Vehicles

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Why an EFIE is needed?
Fuel Injection Basics
Fuel injected vehicles use a computer and sensing devices to sense and maintain the correct air/fuel ratio. One of the key sensing devices is the oxygen sensor. Fuel injected vehicles have one or more oxygen sensors installed in the exhaust stream. The computer extrapolates what the air/fuel ratio is based on the amount of oxygen in the exhaust, as reported by the oxygen sensor.

When a fuel saving device is installed, such as a hydroxy electrolyzer, the petroleum based fuel is burned more completely. One of the results of this is that there is more oxygen (and less unburned hydrocarbons) in the exhaust stream. This is a good thing, and is in fact, what we are trying to achieve. However, the computer will perceive this condition as a "too lean" air/fuel mix. In other words, what is now a desirable condition in the exhaust, will be interpreted as "not enough gas", and the computer will direct the fuel injectors to increase the amount of gas being pumped into the engine.

The result is that the oxygen sensor and computer prevent efficient combustion from occurring!

The Solution
The oxygen sensor "tells" the computer what the oxygen content is by providing a voltage on it's signal wire between 0 and 1 volt. 450 millivolts (.45 volts) means that the fuel/air mixture is correct. Higher values means the mix is rich (has too much gas), and lower voltages means the mix is lean. By adding voltage to the sensor's output, we can compensate for the additional oxygen in the exhaust.

The Electronic Fuel Injection Enhancer (EFIE) does exactly this. It adds a floating voltage to the top of whatever the oxygen sensor is putting out. It has an adjustment that allows you to control, to within a few millivolts, the amount of this added voltage. This allows the computer to be unaware of the additional oxygen content of the exhaust, and the electrolyzer can now achieve it's full potential in fuel savings.

Most cars have oxygen sensors both before and after the catalytic converter. The ones downstream from the converter do not need to be treated. Their data is used to determine when the converter has gone bad, but are not used in the air/fuel calculations. EFIEs are only needed for all upstream oxygen sensors.

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