Water Car Groups
Once a person buys a run
your car on water DIY ebook, or buys a water-powered
car kit over the Internet, he or she may need
some support with installing and optimizing the
HHO unit. Even though some support is offered
with the DIY systems or kits, additional support
and even a sense of community is sought by some
who want to compare notes with others who are
currently using similar devices.
There are a couple of active messages board where
newbies can dive into the mix, ask questions and
later help other newcomers to get the most out
of their car's mileage saving and emissions reducing
The first such message board is the Yahoo Water
Car Group devoted to Daniel Dingel and his hydrogen-powered
car. The Yahoo Water Car Group started out as
a discussion of Filipino engineer Daniel Dingel
and reports of several cars that he was able to
have run on water using their internal combustion
There has been some mystery and vagueness surrounding
whether or not these cars were totally powered
by water or used water and HHO gas as a supplement
to the gasoline-powered internal combustion engines.
But, what this group has evolved into is an active
and passionate collection of people who are using
hydrogen on demand units on their cars and achieving
increased gas mileage, horsepower and reduced
Water Car Group can get very nuts and bolts
and technical, which is perfect for a DIY person
who has a moderate amount of automotive skills.
Expect to learn about hydrogen
generators for cars from people like Bob Boyce
and the Smack's booster from Electric here.
There is also another very nuts and bolts technical
water car group over at OUPower.com
that is also geared towards do-it-yourself types
who want to get their hands dirty, squeezing out
miles from their cars.
Some of the messages on the board concern Daniel
Dingel's water car, how to install an HHO
generator for a particular make of car, what
electrolyte to use, the use of flow meters, EFI
sensors and the Joe Cell. If you're an automotive
techie then this is also another place to get
your hands dirty and join in on the conversation
and conversion of your own vehicle and let other's
know your results.
Another resource for those a little less hard
core is the Fuel
Saver group, which doesn't look quite as active
or as intimidating as perhaps the other two groups.
Two other groups that I've found that are also
worth checking out are HHO
forums and HHO
info and address similar problem solving and
how-to issues as the other boards listed. Each
resource has its own style, flavor, types of visitors
with varying levels of expertise, so try several
and find the ones that work for you.
All of these water car groups listed are a valuable
resource for those wanting to install and optimize
a hydrogen fuel injection system in their own
vehicles. Communities such as these tend to validate
one's own experience and help achieve higher levels
of success than one can many times achieve on