Hydrogen Powered RV – Electrolizers H + H + H + H + O2

A Water-4Gas guru helps me install electrolizers in my 2000 winnebago for some extra Hydrogen boost. I used to get 7.5 miles to the gallon now I get just over 10.

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This post was written by admin on April 15, 2015

7 Comments so far

  1. hillbilly8757 March 12, 2012 5:46 pm

    I’m seeking out a way to run an RV generator on HHO. Is that feasible?
    Because I am looking to be completely unplugged while still running on
    decent power in a campsite with no outlets. Let me know if this can be done.

  2. bradq September 6, 2011 3:19 pm

    does that supply all the power you need?

  3. Chasehead October 1, 2009 5:25 pm

    do you have to refill the water or anything over time? is it just regular
    water in there?

  4. Jeff Jones October 14, 2008 6:25 am

    Ya I changed the cells to use stainless steel plates instead of those
    wires. The guy that helped me has also upgraded his design the wires look
    cool but kind of dumb not to have more surface area and spread it over 8
    jars instead of 1. It increased my mileage from 7.5 to just over 10 using
    stainless steel rods I’ll post a new video now that I’m using plates
    instead of the rods.

  5. goturtlepoop October 13, 2008 2:36 pm

    Hi…you know you wouldn’t need a bunch of cells if you went to just a good
    design…check out mine…the Hurricane cell is alot better and you will
    only need one…. goturtlepoop

  6. Jeff Jones October 9, 2008 2:24 am

    What’s a PWM? We had a power voltage tester. I don’t know much about
    electricity but I do know I get over 10 miles per gallon pulling a truck
    loaded and a 35′ RV and I used to get 7.5. That’s like an extra 300 miles
    per tank that’s huge! I took the little wired out and put stainless steal
    rods in instead, in two of the electrolizers I put in stainless steal

  7. drewmaster74 October 9, 2008 12:20 am

    using a PWM?

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