Monday, 13 October 2008

Hydrogen Car Kit Review

By Nick Earl

The use of a hydrogen car kit as a means of reproducing the amazing power of hydrogen as a cheap fuel alternative has become widely popular recently, with many different people selling guides, kits and commercial setups. Though nothing new, this technology has really started to take off just within the last few months.

Although this is a viable form of technology that clearly works, it is clear that many people do not believe that this technology actually works. If one scours the internet they will surely find many people saying that this idea of hydrogen conversion is a scam. Without going to far into it, these views are probably related to the fact that the technology was suppressed for many years by oil companies and others.

The basic theory behind how one is able to convert their car to run on water is as follows; water obviously contains hydrogen, if an electric current is passed through water in the right way, then it will allow the hydrogen and oxygen present in the water to be broken up into separate atoms. In the case of the hydrogen fuel cell kits, this charge comes from the cars battery. This is of course a very basic description, but just to give you an idea.

The question that probably led you to researching this topic and thus reading this article right now is most likely : does it work? Well, without just saying yes it does work, consider the fact that many billion dollar companies are using and integrating this technology into their current and future developments. What does that tell you? Well the fact is, companies like this do not invest money without thoroughly researching the technology first. This and the fact that many our already happily saving fuel with their converted engines tells the story.

If one is considering converting their car to run on water by doing it themselves and investing in a guide bought off the internet, and then buying the cheap parts needed to cheaply put together the hydrogen car kit themselves, then their are two main guides available online that are the best choice for the task at hand. The two guides are, the original Water4Gas, and the more recent, but cheaper, Run Your Car On Water.

Water4Gas as mentioned was the original guide for converting your car to run on water, and has been around since late 2007. This guide is the most detailed guide on the market, and includes many extras as a "bonus" when you purchase it. The upside of this particular guide is that it is the most detailed and includes pictures and very matter of fact instructions with no time wasting, secondly, the bonuses included have some very useful information about how to get a government rebate when you convert your car to hydrogen. The downside of this guide is the price.

Run Your Car On Water is a more basic guide, that tells you each step by step process that you will need to follow in order to install a hydrogen car kit in your own car. This guide is half the price of Water4Gas, has less bonuses, but for many is probably the best choice out of the two, simply because it gets the job done and is less of an initial investment.

So why should you convert your existing car to run on water with the use of a hydrogen car kit? Well for one, obviously as you know you will be saving vast amounts of money on gas in the future, its estimated that for most vehicle types, you can recoup your investment after the first 4-6 weeks. After that you are simply saving up to 50% of your fuel costs. Apart from that, there is the positive environmental aspect, and the fact that oil is not going to drop in price, makes this a great way to prepare for the future.

So to to begin saving money on fuel, plus all the other associated benefits, get over to this hydrogen car kit review site. It was really helpful for me in choosing the right kit to get my car running using water, and if you are serious about doing it I recommend getting the best guide, as there are some pretty bad ones out there. You can also see more information at my friend Jack's website at

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