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Fuel Valley is committed to helping motorists get a better deal on fuel economy by providing them with easily accessible information. Our aim is to alleviate motorists’ frustrations with rising fuel price variations by providing some useful tips, reliable reviews of fuel saving products and discuss about current development in the marketplace. Fuel Valley is committed to providing accurate and reliable data.
Saturday, November 8, 2008

Good Practice at the Gas Station

Posted by Roger Bee

Gas prices are getting more and more ridiculous. And it’s going to keep increasing with no limit in sight! For the new car owners out there, do you know that a gallon of unleaded gasoline used to cost only $1.25?Therefore, it is becoming more and more important to maximize your money and save at the gas station.
Save at the Gas Pump - Real Money Saving Tips!

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.

Don’t Top Off

  • The gas pump needs time to draw out the full amount of gas, so when you purchase a bit of gas the station, you get short bursts of fuel that you'll probably pay extra for. You should refill your tank when you have less than half a talk left or when you find a price that is so low you cannot afford to miss it.

Buy Gasoline When the Weather is Cool
  • Gasoline is denser in cooler temperatures, such as in the morning or at night. Buy gasoline at the coolest time of day. Early morning or late evening is best. Keep in mind - Gas stations measure volume, not density, so you'll be getting more solid fuel than vapors, thus improving your overall gas mileage.

Use a Gasoline Credit Card

  • Gasoline credit cards are great! Some credit cards are offering great gas savings. It works the same way that frequent flyer miles do- you get a bonus every time you fill up. They can save you 5% – 10% off your gasoline purchase. If you put 20 gallons in your car at $3.00 per gallon, that’s $60. A 5% cash back would save you $3.00 making your effective cost per gallon just $2.85. It’s like getting a free gallon of gas with every fill up! You’re going to fill up anyway, so take advantage of the bonus!

Join the ‘club’
  • Gas stations are starting to offer great, money saving membership programs. Some grocery and department stores are also giving huge discounts at the gas pump when you use their store card. It’s worth checking into.

Shop Around
  • This is the advice that you can apply anytime you buy anything. Always shop around. You can get a cheaper price for your favorite brand, and probably a yet cheaper price for a different brand. Check out gas prices on the internet. There are websites that will let you find the best deals on gas in your area, without having to drive around looking for them.

Use the right gas
  • Use the cheapest gas possible. Most cars nowadays are built to run on regular unleaded gas. Purchasing higher octane gas is simply a waste of money. Octane measures how hard it is to ignite gas, not the quality of the gas, so getting higher octane gas will not improve fuel efficiency. Get only the octane level gas you need. Remember, the higher the octane, the higher the price. Check your owner's manual to determine the right octane level for your car. You should only get these more expensive gases when your engine pings, knocks or rattles.

Avoid Gas Stations That Just Refilled Their Tanks
  • When underground tanks are refilled, particles at the bottom of the tank get stirred up, and when these particles get into your gasoline tank, they affect the fuel efficiency of your car.

Pump Your Own Gas
  • It's cheaper to pump your own gas at the self-serve stations rather than using the full-serve pumps. Full-serve gasoline naturally costs more.

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.

Gas saving tips are great to have at your fingertips and you can have tons of them right now by visiting "www.extrafreemiles.com" At this site you will be able to learn all of the gas saving tips that you will ever need to know.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Bio diesel at home Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Alternative Fuel Proves To Be More Cost Effective Than Fossil Fuels. Biodieselathome.net, a company dedicated to the spread of information about alternative fuels has recently introduced instructions for making inexpensive alternative fuels at home. The introduction of this valuable information will allow visitors to the site to make biodiesel at home, the innovative alternative fuel derived from vegetable oil.

Biodiesel is a clean burning fuel alternative that is produced from domestic resources, such as soybeans. Biodiesel can be used in diesel engines without any modifications, making it the best biodegradable, nontoxic form of fuel available. In fact it is so safe, that common table salt has been found to be more toxic that biodiesel. Unlike the usual vegetable oil based fuels that can only be used in modified, specially made combustion- ignition engines, biodiesel can be used in its simplest form to power the everyday diesel engines on the market today. Imagine companies shipping their products in big rigs run on biodiesel and farmers running their equipment on this biodegradable product. Biodiesel is made through the simple chemical process of transesterification.

During this process, the glycerin is removed from fat or vegetable oil. The process naturally leaves behind byproducts, including methyl esters, which is the chemical name for biodiesel, and glycerin, commonly used in soap production.
The best part about biodiesel is that it is free of sulfur and aromatics, something that can’t be said about traditional fuels.Biodieselathome.net has rapidly become an online leader in the biodiesel information industry. The company represents the latest information concerning biodiesel kits, news, and even legislation. Biodieselathome.net also provides information on purchasing kits and tanks to assist readers at home in producing their own alternative fuel.

www.Biodieselathome.net (also owns My Home Resource Center) provides information on biodiesel production choices. The company also strives to provide breaking news and consistently updated information concerning the use of biodiesel as an alternative fuel.
For more information please visit: "How to Make BioDiesel at Home"

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Gas 4 Free Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

This is one of the most recent programs we reviewed and it knocks the competition right out of the water! (Including our previous leader, "Water 4 Gas".) "Gas 4 Free" is one of the most comprehensive, straight to the point water to gas converter guides available on the market. The guide contains clear concise plans with full color photos to illustrate exactly how to build and install your own water to gas converter. The instructions are easy to follow, step-by-step and written with the absolute "novice" in mind to ensure anyone who reads it can carry out the steps without any problems.

The moment we went through the guide, we immediately recognized that the author made every effort to make the information as simple to understand as possible. No teaching of rubbish or technical junk, just all the things you need to know to set up your own water to gas converter kit in simple plain English. Clear full color photos are provided every step of the way from overview of the system to close-ups of fixing the components together. The guide is very well-structured and leaves no detail out. You could probably start getting the components and putting them together in half a day.

The guide is based on Scientist and Researcher Vic Lawson's water to gas converter system. It is actually a highly improved version over the rest of the systems used by other guides and has been fully tested by the author. The design is compact, safe with a fast and easy setup and fully customizable to fit any vehicle, thus making it the most effective and flexible design available. Cost of components can be as low as $20. The system has also been tested to produce higher fuel savings than other systems. Fuel efficiency can be increased up to 60%. The Clear Winner in Design and Fuel Savings!

"Gas 4 Free" also comes with Life Time Support and great customer service. Many guides we reviewed have a tendency to "leave you on your own", but not with "Gas 4 Free". The moment you encounter any problem, be it purchasing the parts, fixing or installing the system, simply get help from their Customer Support and they will help you figure out the solution. They respond very fast and are very knowledgeable and friendly.

Finally, the guide comes with extra bonuses to spice up the main product. These bonuses complement the guide very well and is a great addition. Overall, an excellent guide with high-quality presentation and a breakthrough water to gas converter design. This is undoubtedly our No.1 Choice and we highly recommend it! Comes with a 100% money back guarantee.

Their books are available in 9 different languages including English Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and German.

Gas4Free.com also offers some valuable free bonuses :
Free Gift #1 - Exclusive Parts Suppliers List
Free Gift #2 - 100% Water Car Plans
Free Gift #3 - HyperMiling - The Art of Driving To Save Fuel
Free Gift #4 - IRS TAX Rebate Forms
Free Gift #5 - Life Time PREMIUM Support Membership

Limited Time Offer : Now Only $97. with 8 weeks money back guarantee.


  • IRS Refunds : They can qualify for tax rebates for driving an environmentally-friendly vehicle.
  • Double your mileage, save dollars on gasoline, and reduce emissions8 weeks money back guarantee.
  • 5 exclusive giftsTheir books are available in 9 different languages.

For more information please visit the official website: "Gas 4 Free"

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Water 4 Gas Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

This is the granddaddy of the movement into HHO gas and Ozzie does a good job explaining the whole process as well as offering some interesting new ideas he came up with during testing phase. "Water 4 Gas", published by Ozzie Freedom, is one of the earliest water to gas converter guides on the internet. Water4gas is practically everywhere, and continues to offer good value for the money with 2 manuals; one for instruction and installation, and one for Gas Saving Tips and tricks. I found some duplicate content in the two manuals, but still he gets his point across and seems to make a lot of people happy saving them gas. The guide is very detailed and well focused with all aspects of the water to gas converter system nicely packed in 2 manuals. The instructions are delivered in a step-by-step fashion and are simple and easy to follow, although it lacks the clarity of "Gas 4 Free".

The wealth of information provided in "Water 4 Gas" is huge and contains 23 years of knowledge gained from countless trial and errors. Color photos are provided at key junctures of the assembly and installation process. Instructions are also well-written and easy to understand. Vehicle "novices" may find some parts of the guide overwhelming and not as well structured as it can be. But nevertheless, it is still very effective at presenting the fixing and setting up of the water to gas converter. The water to gas converter model provided in "Water 4 Gas" is a very efficient design and is more widely used than the rest. The system can be put together for as little as $60 and is easy to set up. Fuel savings from this design is high and the increased mileage is reported to be as high as 430%. Design is also pretty flexible and works on almost any vehicle.

"Water 4 Gas" provides one of the best Customer Support available. They provide a full range of support from Phone to Email support and their staff are very willing to help you. We phoned in to test their customer support and was pleasantly surprised with their friendly staff. A great value to its customers is the Marketplace Access. It is very well organized and provides you with a one-stop search to locate all the required parts for assembly. Installation services can also be found in the Marketplace and gives you the option of hiring someone if you don't want to "get your hands dirty".

"Water 4 Gas" is definitely a leading water to gas converter guide and truly deserves our No.2 Spot! Comes with a 100% money back guarantee.
When you purchase Water4Gas you will immediately receive 2 Ebooks.The first Ebook details how to create the Water4Gas system from easily obtainable parts, and the second ebook shows users how to save literally tons of fuel and money with the system.(Book 1) "Modify Your Car to Save Gas USING WATER!!!" and(Book 2) "How to Save Tons of Fuel With Your Hydrogen-On- Demand System".

Book 1 is about the technology itself, while
Book 2 is about the money, it shows you how to use THIS technology to save $$$. information about the product's developer, company, version history, price, etc.


  • IRS Refunds : They can qualify for tax rebates for driving an environmentally-friendly vehicle.
  • Water4Gas is an extremely user friendly Do-It-Yourself technology, specifically designed for beginners with no special tools and very limited budgets. A working system can be built at home with basic hand tools for $20-$100, installed in minutes and removed in seconds. No modifications to the engine, computer or fuel injection systems and so any backyard mechanic can install it easily.
  • Double your mileage, save dollars on gasoline, and reduce emissions.
  • Their books are now delivered in 9 languages.
  • The Water4Gas system comes with a 56-day 100% Cash Back Guarantee.

For more information please visit the official website: "Water 4 Gas"

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

HYBRID Water Power System Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

The ONLY instructional System I’ve seen that Includes 105 VIDEOS of the Entire Process as well as a FREE Mileage Calculator and 7 FREE Books and “HOW TO” manuals! A lot of value for the money compared to all the other programs we've reviewed. This is probably the most thorough manual I’ve seen on the subject, covering everything from prepping the pieces to assembly, to explicit details of the installation and even the electrical and hose hook ups. Thousands of miles in road tests confirm the results. He Guarantees to save you money or you get 100% of your money back!

HYBRID Water Power is a great resource and is a complete “System”, not just a book. At $97 it’s a steal, with over $450 in extras included. Sixty Day No Risk Guarantee means you can't lose. " HYBRID Water Power "Has a lot of value for the money compared to all the other programs we've reviewed, truly deserves our No.3 Spot!

For more information visit the official website: "HYBRID Water Power System"

Monday, October 20, 2008

Half Water Half Gas Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

"Half Water Half Gas" is another quality guide that passed our evaluation criteria. Howard Hauk, the author, claims that gas companies are ripping us off and comes forward with his water to gas converter guide. Although not really half water half gas, the author does a good job explaining why he uses that term. The advantage in this system is the generator which is cheaper to put together than others. His system uses the spiral electrode/ mason jar approach so it’s easy to see what’s going on in the electrolyzer, which gives you a constant, clear view into it’s working, and makes it easy to know when it’s time to change the water. That makes it easy for you- saving time and money.

The main manual of "Half Water Half gas" is 95 pages long and includes black and white illustrations to aid you in understanding. The guide is pretty well-structured but looks a bit complicated although some review sites claim it to "assume absolutely no knowledge of cars". Unlike other guides, multiple water to gas converter designs are provided to give you a choice as well as to let you test the design that is most suitable for your vehicle. Also, a nice addition are the training videos that come with the guide. Although the videos are short and average quality, they still help in letting you see the assembly and installation process in action. The water to gas converter designs given in the guide are very typical models, no breakthrough technology here, unlike "Gas 4 Free". Nevertheless, they are still very safe and effective. The website claims to be able to save fuel costs by up to 60% although our tests reveal lower efficiency.

"Half Water Half Gas" has full email support and is very fast in responding. Typically, you can get a reply within the hour. No phone support means that you will have to communicate through email which is ok as they have very good customer service.
As a member of the site, you also receive free unlimited updates on the designs and their testing. "Half Water Half Gas" has one of the most user-friendly members area that provides a lot of information and value. Overall, a pretty good guide that comes with videos making it our No.4 recommended guide. Comes with a 100% money back guarantee.

Half Water Half Gas offers 3 valuable free gifts:
Free Gift #1 - How To Make Your Car STAND OUT
Free Gift #2 - Maintenance Secrets
Free Gift #3 - Tuning Your Engine the Easy Way

8-Week 100% Money Back

Email, snail mail, toll-free phone sales (US, UK & AU)

Thousands of people around the world have discovered and are already using the HHO fuel technology.

These people are now enjoying:


  • IRS Refunds : They can qualify for tax rebates for driving an environmentally-friendly vehicle.
  • Cleaner emissions: They have reduced their cars harmful exhaust emissions and they protect their health and the environment.
  • Great engine's performance: The have boosted their engine's power and performance
  • Lower maintenance costs : The pay less for the car's maintenance because there is less wear and tear.
  • Longer life expectancy of the engine : Their engines last more by using this system.

For more information please visit the official website: "Half Water Half Gas"

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Run Your Car On Water Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

Our 5th choice is "Run Your Car On Water", a 3 manual water to gas converter guide with the main ebook coming to 115 pages. The guide is well-laid out. This Site has some fancy graphics and a virtual sales lady to talk to you which is unique. They have a manual that guides you through the process of building and installing and include some original drawings and instructions as well, that make the process almost painless, so you can start saving money quickly.
The guide is pretty concise and goes into much detail on the steps to build your own water to gas converter. However, a lot of technical terms and techniques are used that would most likely boggle the vehicle "novice". Car mechanics may find this guide to be sufficient but we are not sure the "average guy" can fully benefit from it. Photos are a bit lacking where complicated instructions are given. The guide leaves much to desire.

The design for its water to gas converter is almost similar to "Half Water Half Gas" but the guide clearly lacks the presentation to teach you how to build one. No test results are given to prove its effectiveness and thus their claims are less reliable.They do a pretty thorough job of dealing with this rapidly changing subject (though not as detailed as our number one choice), it's a decent system for the money, and certainly one of the least expensive manuals available on this subject. At just under $50, it’s cheaper than the other programs we have reviewed, so if you are budget conscious and tight on money, this is a good choice. Manual and 7 free reports included in the price.

Customer support is also a weak point. They provide only email support and are not as responsive. Although their staff are friendly, they took a few days to reply our emails which really ticked us off.

2 other bonuses are given but do not help in raising the quality of the guide. Not much effort is made to make the guide easier to understand for the average person. Overall, not recommended for the vehicle "novice" and is placed at our No.5 spot.


* IRS Refunds : They can qualify for tax rebates for driving an environmentally-friendly vehicle.

  • Can be easily installed.
  • Can be easily removed without leaving any traces.
  • The Runyourcarwithwater device can be easily assembled with materials you can find in your local hardware store.
  • Has a no-questions-asked money back guarantee. You have 56 days to decide if this system is good enough for you.
  • Can be installed to 99% of motor vehicles

For more information please visit the official website: "Run A Car On Water"

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Water Fuel Expert Review

Posted by Roger Bee

Rating: Photobucket

Warning : Read this Before Your Proceed Further. Some Hydrogen Kits May Reduce MPG. We Tested 23 Different Kits and only 6 Met our Quality Measures.

The last guide that made it in our review is "Water Fuel Expert", a 30 plus pages guide that is concise and simple, perhaps a bit too simple.

The guide contains full color photos but lacks well-written instructions. Although the process is laid out in steps, it lacks the detail required to build the water to gas converter yourself. The guide is not very technical but you will feel like a number of steps are skipped or skimmed over when you read the guide. You might get a bit frustrated trying to figure out how to put the converter together yourself. Converter design seems like a copy of other designs and does not bring anything new to the table. Phone and email support are provided but you will find it hard to get through to them on the phone. Email support is also unresponsive.

No bonuses are given with the guide and probably no future updates will be made. All in all, a plain simple 30 plus pages guide that provides a regular water to gas converter design.

For more information please visit the official website: "Water Fuel Expert"

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Warning Lable: Water Car Reviews

Posted by Roger Bee

Fuel Valley aims to provide the most trusted reviews of water to gas converter guides that are available on the internet. Currently, we have reviewed 23 water to gas converter guides and ranked the top 6 guides with complete reviews written on them. Recent rise of gas prices to ridiculous levels have caused people to seek ways of running their car on alternative fuels. Water to gas converters have emerged as the safest and most efficient way to save money and increase mileage.

Benefits of water to gas converters include:

* Save Money (Up to 60%)
* Reduce Emissions
* Increase Mileage Up To 430% In MPG (Miles Per Gallon)
* 100% Reversible (Will Not Void Your Warranty)
* Safe and Easy to Set Up
* Low Cost
* Receive IRS Refunds For Using Green Technology.

While the benefits are significant, most water to gas converter guides do a poor job at presenting the information.

Most guides suffer from the following problems:

* Too technical for the average person
* Poorly written instructions
* No pictures or illustrations to aid understanding
* Not detailed enough
* Not user-friendly
* No customer support at all!

After reviewing 23 websites and their guides, we have found that only a handful provide high quality information and give genuine value. We have ranked the Top 6 Guides with full reviews for your comparison.

**Warning: There were 17 other water to gas converter guides that we reviewed and tested but most of them were very poor quality while some were outright scams. If you are looking to buy another guide that is not listed here, we highly advise you to think twice because you will most likely NOT be able to build or install your own water to gas converter and will just be wasting your money.** With that, our review has come to an end and we hope you find it useful. We look forward to bringing you more reviews and updates!

Best Wishes,
The FuelValley.blogspot.com Team

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Water for Fuel Fact or Fiction

Posted by Roger Bee

This complete run your car on water informational guideline is devoted to separate fact from fiction. Currently there are so many run your car on water scams & rip-off right now that tarnished the reputations of the genuine innovation, therefore I've determined to put up a Blog to educate & clarify the trade and minimize the confusion that beside what other claimed.

The straightforward way to start the discussion is to talk about the run your car on water scams first. There are two typical types of scammers that I observe on the Internet. The first type of run your car on water scammer has a determined disregard for the truth. The second kind is blissfully ignorant of the true facts, those kinds just wants to make a quick buck and put up a website overflowing with myths and egregious factual errors. Both of these kinds of people harm the run your car on water industry at large. So let's chat about what "run your car on water" truly and realistically means. It basically means operation your internal combustion engine (gasoline or diesel) partly on H2O.

If a run your car on water website is mentioning on the subject of driving a vehicle 100% on water with no other resources of powering the vehicle, then this is a rip-off. There is no magical way of utilizing water to harness energy form H2O alone, at least not yet. In other word, there is no free energy, there is no perpetual motion machines that exist. It would violate the laws of thermodynamics. As an alternative, you can partially run your vehicle on water. This is done through basic electrolysis technique. Water is electrolyzed with an electrical current from the car's battery or alternator and the H2O turns into HHO gas. The HHO gas is then pushed and delivered into the car's intake system where it will burn up alongside with the gasoline inside the engine. The plain fact of introducing gasoline together with HHO gas means less gasoline is used. This converted into lower emission and boost gasoline mileage. The HHO gas that is burned is cleaner than gasoline and the only emissions from HHO is a slight amount of water vapor or H2O.

This type of technology has been around for decades. Scientists in the 1700s and 1800s were experimenting with electrolysis techniques. William A. Rhodes patented a technique for creating HHO gas In the 1960s. Yull Brown adapted a similar patent In the 1970s. IN 1977 or thereabouts, The Bulgarian Australian inventor, Yule Brown was covered in a press article in a Sydney suburb, with a recent GM Holden Monaro coupe - a solid 6 cylinder sports car after the American manner. HE claimed to have converted it to electrlyse water into HHO for ignition in the conventional GM 6 piston engine. Australian Parliament’s Hansards record shows that he was said to have driven 4,000 - from Sydney to Perth and back - on one tank of water. As a quote from Yull Brown “Everyone wins, except the greedy energy tycoons” says Yull, “Right now they are waisting big dollars on Gasoline manufacturing. They have refused to listen to my invention-because money gets in the way”. There are lots of ‘Free Energy’ devices that have been made from my Browns Gas” Simply put the technology has been with held so oil companies and car makers can extract huge profits from us the consumer.Both Rhodes and Brown's HHO technology has been employed in the welding industry for many years now. The famous National Hydrogen Association also endorses the technology by another term, "hydrogen fuel injection" systems referring as an exciting emerging technology. Numerous number of car, trucks and other vehicles are using these hydrogen fuel injection systems right now with very encouraging results in regard to reduce emissions and boost gas mileage.

Essentially what we need to process right now is to separate reality from fictions and the non-legitimate trades. And, that is just what I will attempt to do with the rest of the pages on this run your car on water guideline.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Brown Gas

Posted by Roger Bee

HHO gas or also call Brown's gas is produced by electrolysis of water and the technique was patented by Yull Brown in the mid-1970s. Roughly 10 years before he patented the hydrogen and oxygen (oxyhydrogen) gas in Australia, William A. Rhodes patented a similar method of producing HHO gas in the United States. However, Rhodes did not promote the HHO gas like Yull Brown did. Actually, it was only with the arrival of the Internet and inherent searches that Rhodes has recently come into the limelight and perhaps the first inventor of this innovation.

Scientists at rest still don't completely agree on just what Brown's gas is. What is known is that water (H2O) is electrolyzed with an electric current and convert water into a gas form, releasing two atoms of hydrogen and one oxygen atom. How hydrogen and oxygen loosely attach to one another when in its gas formation is often debated by the professional. What is certain and has been demonstrated time and again, that Brown's gas is combustible and can generate a burning effect. Brown and Rhodes both have developed welding systems based upon HHO gas. In one of his video, Yull Brown actually burns the skin on his forearm just to demonstrate and prove that his HHO welding torch flame is real.

The name Brown's gas is an unjustified name for such a clean burning fuel. (Also referred to as HHO) It is truly very clean burning and the only emissions or byproduct is a small amount of H20 or water vapor. When employed inside a hydrogen booster, Brown's gas will assist the car to increase gas mileage and lower emission. This is because it all starts with water and ends with water. Water is turned into gas via electrolysis, and is burned inside a car's cylinders and the end result is water. Brown's gas complement a gasoline or diesel engine car with clean burning fuel so that the combustion action inside the cylinder can burn more completely and with a slight increase of horsepower and torque to your engine. Yes, Brown is the new green. And, Brown's gas is just the fuel to help turn the skies a little bluer.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

HHO Fuel

Posted by Roger Bee

HHO fuel is employed in both welding industry and the automotive industry for different purposes. HHO fuel is converted by electrolyzing water (H2O) into its separate form, atoms of two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, thus the HHO acronym. When HHO is used as fuel in a welding torch, it can burn at temperatures of over 6,000 degrees F and the byproduct may be a little water, making it very clean burning. The gas is sometimes called oxyhydrogen and the welding equipment is often referred to as a water torch. Often used for cutting heavy duty metals parts and plastics. As mentioned earlier, HHO fuel is also refer to as Brown's gas or Rhodes gas, and a product called Aquygen developed by Denny Klein.

Nevertheless HHO fuel for cars is a whole new different topic. Instead of creating a consistent flame for welding, HHO fuel is used to increase and subsequently complement gasoline or diesel internal combustion engine and assist in the burning process to burn up fuel more thoroughly. The HHO fuel will assist engine burn more cleanly, displace some gasoline or diesel, and increase a slight improvement in horsepower. Since clean burning HHO fuel is added to the equation, the car will deliver increase in gas mileage and reduced emissions.

There's been lots of confusion in the scientific community about what HHO fuel is and isn't. Some scientists dispute over as what type of connection that hydrogen and oxygen atoms have when it is in the HHO form. What cannot be argued though is it has been acknowledged to work over and over again, HHO gas is indeed flammable and burns cleanly.
One new automaker called Ronn Motors, of Austin Texas has introduce their exotic car, the Scorpion that supplements its gasoline engine with HHO fuel. Unlike other million dollar exotic cars that get six or seven miles to the gallon, the Scorpion receives up to 40 mpg. Not bad. Not bad at all for a muscles car.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Stanley Meyer Water Car

Posted by Roger Bee

Stanley Meyer's Water Car has been the subject of conspiracy theories and controversy for years. Proponents believe that Stanley Meyer's Water Car is a perpetual motion machine. Critics have called the Stan Meyer's water car a hoax and a fraud. The high frequency, high voltage HHO generator (oxyhydrogen machine) supposedly creates more energy that it consumes via electrolysis. Applying for international patents, Stan Meyer was able to get patents in part of Europe and Japan. Meyer demonstrated a water-powered dune buggy in 1990 to the skeptical media. In 1996, the Ohio civil courts found Meyer's water car to be "gross and egregious fraud" and ordered him to repay investors $25,000 out of more than $60,000 collected from people wanting to buy into the water fuel cell car dealerships.

It must be noted that Meyer had no engineering background so his descriptions and schematics were outside of convention, which increased skepticism from the scientific community. In fact, Meyer never graduated from college, which casts more doubt on the water fuel cell car, as he called it. On March 21, 1998 Stan Meyer died at an Ohio restaurant and the cause of death determined by the local coroner was a brain aneurism. However, it was reported that Stan Meyer ran out of the restaurant claiming he was poisoned shortly before his death.

So, was Stan Meyer's Water Car a hoax? Most certainly. Was his paranoia and conspiracy theories justify? There is a great likelihood both of these ideas are true and are not mutually exclusive. The proponents of Stan Meyer's Water Fuel Cell point to the conspiracy theories that his invention was not a fraud or hoax, but rather real. What is more likely, however is that there was concerned from powerful people who had a lot to loose if the Stan Meyer Water Car was real.

Two things come to mind in regard to the paranoia over conspiracy theories in regard to new technology that will cut down drastically the need for petroleum. First, is that many HHO generator inventors have within the last couple of years reported harassment and themselves have taken measures to insure as much anonymity as possible. Second, and I don't want to confused hydrogen cars with HHO generators for gasoline or diesel powered vehicles, but there was an incident reported by Roger Billings that is credible. Billings helped develop a hydrogen-powered bus that was housed in Riverside and reported sabotage of his technology, which had to be taken back to his facility in Utah and extra security posted once the technology was delivered back to Riverside, California.

Just the threat of new technology that will replace fossil fuels is enough to cause inventors concern for their own safety and the well-being of their inventions. So, the point is that both inventors of fraudulent and legitimate technology need be concerned with the appearance of taking money away from multibillion dollar industries such as the oil industry. To date, no so-called perpetual motion machine has ever been demonstrated to work as professed.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Fueal Saving Tips

Posted by Roger Bee

Wow! can oil prices go any higher? These days, it pays to know how to squeeze every last mile out of that $3+ a gallon elixir we call gasoline. Here are some tips to help you through. 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...


  • Change the way in which you drive. Many people burn much more gas than they have to. By making a few small adjustments in the way that you drive, you can see considerable fuel savings. Most vehicles today are set to achieve optimal fuel economy around 55mph. If you drive too fast or too slow, you won't be able to maximize your fuel savings. Also, don't accelerate or brake too hard - this is very hard on fuel economy.

  • Learn where to find the cheap gas. In most regions, you will find the cheapest gas prices in the same areas. In major metro areas, this seems to be outlying suburbs. It is best to avoid affluent areas when looking for a cheap fill. People in these areas are less price sensitive, and the gas stations realize this fact. Not only that, the gas stations are located on more valuable land, and land taxes will be higher. They pass on these higher costs to customers. Gas stations near major freeway exists can be more expensive that stations further away. It can pay to drive a few blocks from the freeway to find a deal.

  • Find the right type of station. Some stations are always the price leaders in the area. Often times wholesale clubs, grocery stores or department stores with gas stations will sell gas close to cost or at a loss (loss leader), in order to get people into the stores where they may buy other, higher margin items. Some of these places require memberships. The cost of the membership must be factored into the price. Some of these stations also give you a credit for in store purchases when you fill up with gas. This can result in considerable indirect savings. Service stations, with an auto repair shop on site, often have more expensive gas.

  • Take advantage of discounts available. Many stations have coupons available for discounts on gas purchases. These coupons can be found in various places, like the back side of grocery store receipts, in the mail coupons, internet coupons. Many stations will give you a discount on gas with the purchase of a car wash, or visa versa. A great way to save money on gas is by using a gas rebate credit card. Some of these cards can be used at virtually any gas station, like the Chase Perfect Card (which gives you a 6% rebate on all gas purchases for the first 90 days), and the Discover Gas Card (which gives you a 5% rebate on all gas purchases). Both cards give you a 1% rebate on all other non gas purchases. A number of gas station specific cards are available, but are much more limiting, since you only save money at the same brand station.

  • Find other ways to get to work. One of the best ways to lower your fuel expenses, is to carpool to work. You can reduce the inconvenience by sharing a ride with someone that works at the same company, and lives near your home. Many companies have a bulletin board, or Intranet web site where you may be able to find someone to carpool with. Another great option is public transportation. Passes are usually available at discounted rates. Although you have to pay to use public transportation, is usually much less expensive than driving to work, and paying for parking (where applicable). Some other options are walking, or riding bike to work. Both of these options have the added benefit of giving you exercise; however, you must live relatively close to work to be able to do this, and you are well advised to ensure that you have access to a shower at work!

  • Purchase a more fuel efficient vehicle. Many vehicles are getting worse fuel economy than vehicles of the past. Auto manufacturers are putting larger engines in bigger vehicles, which results in unsatisfactory fuel economy. Many SUV's get 15-20 MPG (some even worse). A new wave of hybrid gas/electric vehicles are on the market, and some of them get 45+ MPG. Although their manufacturers say that they get nearly 60MPG, the Honda Insight and the Toyota Prius actually get around 45MPG in real world tests. This is still 3 times the fuel economy on some of the big SUV's and can lead to huge savings. Keep in mind that unless you do a lot of driving, it may be difficult to save enough money to justify paying the premiums that these vehicles command at the dealership. There are a number of other non-hybrid vehicles available that can save you a lot of money at the pump.


  • Avoid prolonged warming up of engine, even on cold mornings - 30 to 45 seconds is plenty of time.

  • Be sure the automatic choke is disengaged after engine warm up... chokes often get stuck, resulting in bad gas/air mixture. If the car is idling too fast, tap the accelerator a few times, and the choke should disengage. If not, get the car serviced.

  • Don't start and stop engine needlessly. Idling your engine for one minute consumes the gas amount equivalent to when you start the engine.
    Avoid "revving" 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.

  • 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.

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