Beloit tests hydrogen boosters to improve mileage
#1 Nov 20, 2008
Hydrogen boosting is a fraud:
One company in New Zealand bought this "technology" from the US and is now refunding their customers:
This is an excellent web site on hydrogen boosting fraud from New Zealand:
Popular mechanics just released the results of their tests, and it doesn't increase mileage.
Consumer affairs has an article:
These things defy the laws of thermodynamics and the simple test of reason. If they worked then some major car company, somewhere would be putting them on next years model.
This stuff is like the herbal cancer cures, ultimately they say that everyone who disagrees with them is working for the oil companies..
There's an incredible amount of money being made on these things and like almost all gas "saving" devices don't work. Save your money, slow down.
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