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Question H2O car fuel

seems kinda interesting....youtube has some video on this...


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http://convertwatertogas.com/Run-You...ID=32930141513
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If it were possible to run cars with water it would be all over the news.

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Looks like I could get that piece from Lowes!!! The only car I know that can run off of hydrogen is made by honda.

http://automobiles.honda.com/fcx-clarity/
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Looks like I could get that piece from Lowes!!!
Yeah, it looks like a water filter.

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Funny, I was watching all those last night when I was at work. Plan on adding the Chevy Volt to my garage in 2011 but water is a good idea once it can be harnessed safely.





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Hmmm, if I could get my Commander to run on water... River fording would be like getting topped off!

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Hmmm, if I could get my Commander to run on water... River fording would be like getting topped off!

LOLz thats funny!
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if it really worked, i would convert my Z over to it.

i wonder how it works with high compression motors?
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