Run Your Car on Water - Really Realistic, Or Real Rip-Off?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by virig, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. virig

    virig Guest

    virig, Aug 14, 2008
  2. It uses a proprietary balonium/unobtainium catalyst to break down the
    water into H2 and O2.

    I might be able to sell a bridge to those who buy into this stuff!
    Orval Fairbairn, Aug 14, 2008
  3. virig

    marx404 Guest

    Most definitely a hoax, don't waste your time even looking at this or
    similar bogus web sites. What it is, is a lame variation of a contraption
    that WWII pilots used to enhance flight mileage. First of all, it relies on
    a mixture of water and an acetone mixture that must be maintained to a
    proper mixture at all times to work. Second, acetone, not good for your
    engine sensors and great if you get it on your paint. Third, this may or may
    not have worked on old-school technology planes, you are driving a modern
    car with lots of electronics and sensors, octane was much higher than today
    especially for planes. You are driving a Saturn not a 1943 P51 Mustang.

    Definitely full of balonium.
    marx404, Aug 17, 2008
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