How to Modify Your Car Cheaply to RUN ON WATER
For the consumer, the cost of every basic need is on the rise. Electricity and natural gas costs for the home
are increasing; water, food, and even prices for clothing.
You can’t even catch a break on daily or weekly needs, such as fuel for your car. Gasoline is a necessity.
As the commute to work gets longer over the years with people taking jobs farther away just to survive, gas is
needed just to work. If only cars could run on water, that would be one way for consumer to get relief.
The new technology of cars running on water is slowly coming
to the forefront. Rising prices are causing consumers to conduct their own research to find answers that will allow
them to cover their basic needs without fretting over tomorrow. Sources of alternative fuels are being explored in
order to reduce dependency of foreign oil, and also to find a more cost efficient to travel.
Electricity has been opened some doors to lowering fuel costs. Electric hybrid cars offer more miles to the
gallon when used in conjunction with gasoline. However, gasoline is still used and consumers must still pull up to
a pump and face rising gas prices.
Totally electric cars eliminate this possibility, but add other complications. Electric cars offer limited
mileage before having to find a recharging station to charge the battery in order to get more usage out of the
Recharging stations are far and few; the cost of electric cars are high. It appears that any savings in gas may
not be realized for the life of the car because of its expensive price tag.
New technology is being developed to allow a car to use water to operate. Once more, any car, your current car,
can be modified to run this way.
Running your car on water is actually achieved by using a electrolyzer to transform water into its components of
hydrogen and oxygen. The electrolyzer is able to do this by using the car’s electricity.
These components form a gaseous mixture to be used by a hydrogen fuel cell through the intake manifold. As with
the hybrid, gas is still used with this modification. However, the burning efficiency in the combustion chamber is
improved over using gasoline alone.
Without the hydrogen gas system, poor combustion is due to the large size of the gasoline droplets. Hydrogen gas
particles are much smaller and lighter than gasoline and split the gasoline particles. The hydrogen particles then
combine with the gasoline droplets and make it more efficient to burn.
This more efficient burn results in lower emissions as well. Gasoline also gives off more pollutants that water,
such as carbon deposits, making the use of the hydrogen cell a more environmentally friendly option.
This hydrogen fuel cell can be built and dropped into any automobile to allow cars to run on water. It is easy to find a conversion kit or DIY manual to allow
for this modification. Kits and DIY manuals can be found for up to $100.
Parts needed for the modification are inexpensive (less than $200) and can be found in your local hardware
store. Anyone with any level of expertise can follow the instructions for the modification and complete the project
successfully. Once modified, drivers can be well on their way to fuel savings.