Many people are curious about the water to gas systems that have been heavily advertised lately, and its true, you may want to know some useful facts about water to gas systems.
Here’s are some facts that will help you decide on buying, installing, and even using the systems.
Fact number one - you don’t need to buy a new car to get better gas mileage.
Water to gas fuel conversion kits can be installed on almost any vehicle, allowing you to practically double the gas mileage of your current vehicle, without having to do major revisions on your current vehicle set-up.
Fact number two - the systems are incredibly affordable and easy to make. You can do the work yourself and build a kit for around $150 to $300, which includes all of the parts you’ll need. This is a much cheaper alternative than buying a hybrid vehicle.
Should you decide on not using the conversion kit anymore, it can easily be removed without damaging the car – it’s completely reversible.
Your car will be exactly the same before the kit was installed and since the kit is not permanent, you don’t have to worry about voiding your car’s warranty.
Fact number three - water to gas conversion kits are very easy to install. It usually only takes less than an hour to completely install and have running. If you don’t know anything about cars, a professional may be able to help you install it.
Fact number four - while some kits and devices require the use of distilled water, there are online guides that show how to build a device that uses plain tap water. This will even save you more money.
Fact number five- surprisingly, these systems require very little maintenance. You could inspect the system once a week and simply add a little water. Every 3-6 weeks you’ll need to add more water and baking soda.
Fact number six - when you install a water fuel conversion kit, gas mileage can be increased by as much as 60%. The results are varied, some vehicles will see increases around 30% and some have even doubled their gas mileage.
Fact number seven - the water fuel kit takes up very little space under the hood. All that’s needed is an about 4 inches by 8 inches, and one that can be easily accessible to the system. This makes it easy for inspection and maintenance.
Fact number eight - by converting your car to run on water, you may qualify for a tax credit under the Energy Policy Act of 2005. See a tax professional to see if you qualify and how much you can get.
Fact number nine- running your car on water will not damage your vehicle at all but will even improve it. It will even make it run better. Several improvements can be seen on your engine, transmission, and other parts of the vehicle. You may also notice faster acceleration.
Fact number ten – not only will you be saving on fuel or earning tax breaks, you will also be helping the environment by making use of water to provide fuel and energy to vehicles.
With the rising cost of fuel and other petroleum products, we can see relief in the emergence of this technology to convert water to gas to fuel cars and the beauty of it all is that, unlike other alternative solutions, this is one that can even prove equally beneficial to the environment.
So make the most out of these useful facts about water to gas systems and make that change.