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Old 03-18-2008, 09:30 PM
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Its really not a new idea, and from what I hear it should actually work. Well at least the part that is avail. now. Basically what that part mostly does is split an h2o molecule dump the o2 and feed the H into your intake. Thus you have kind of a hybrid fuel cell vehicle. A buddy of mine has a home made version of this on his DD and he went from around 22 mpg to 60 mpg. The technology has been there for years, the oil companies just didn't want you to know about it untill now.
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