• Report: #355896

Complaint Review: William S. Power - Power Products

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  • Submitted: Sat, July 26, 2008
  • Updated: Mon, February 23, 2009

  • Reported By:Merriam Kansas
William S. Power - Power Products
7017 N Linchfield Rd. #388, Glendale, Arizona U.S.A.

William S. Power - Runyourcarwithwater.com Products NO support, download page or free resources as stated in book "Run Yor Car on WATER and Gas to Double Mileage Glendale Arizona

*General Comment: hydrogen fuel

*Consumer Comment: HHO in general

*Consumer Comment: Run you car on water?? Are you kidding us??

*Consumer Comment: Run you car on water?? Are you kidding us??

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I purchased an online book from runyourcarwithwater.org. (and .com)$49.97

In several areas of the book, and in online review sources (apparently by the same web master) there is a directive to "be sure to explore our download section for free bonuses and supplemental plans and documents to give you the widest variety of options..." There is reference to support, for buyers, with additional tweaks as you build your HHO system. I e-mailed this support, which claims will answer within 2 business days. Several e-mails were sent since July 16th requesting specific system operations info. I haven't received any response.

The only other page on this site is "Affiliates" which touts 75% profit for marketers of this book.

Maia
Merriam, Kansas
U.S.A.

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#1 General Comment

hydrogen fuel

AUTHOR: dragonseloihim - ()

i am elias johnson edjlvr33@yahoo.com i have used hydrogen fuel with great success feel free to contact me on how to succesfully build your hytronics module and how the technology works it is real and needs to be given half a chance to see the results most errors are with the person who buys the manual and never reads it entirely or just wishes they could do the mechanical work necessary to build hydrogen cells that work

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#2 Consumer Comment

HHO in general

AUTHOR: Jk2stars - (U.S.A.)

Most of the HHO systems that produce "burnable" hydrogen will work in theory but the effeciency of the system itself belies the use in a "Hybrid" situation. Most have been clasified as frauds, or ineffective in many tech articles. In my opinion this man has found a way to sell theoretical information as if it were fact. There are no statistics to back up any of the claims made. I've seen several articles from the internet about "burning" water (an oximoron in itself) by creating hydrogen through electrolysis; most state the enery required to create (seporate) the hydrogen from oxygen outweighs the advantage. Add to that fact that this is a HYBRID system only and introduces some hydrogen to the primary fuel (gasoline) and you can understand why the author carefully states that increased fuel effeciency will vary.

If you have a newer car with injectors you are probably not willing to chance the distruction of your engine with experimental theoretical knowledge. This book reminds me of the old Startrek Technical Manuals that were sold at Trekie conventions. I remember a schematic of the "communicator" used in the series. It was nothing more than a crude CB band transceiver. It would work, but not very well. In other words technically correct, but of little value. These are just my opinions..
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#3 Consumer Comment

Run you car on water?? Are you kidding us??

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

That is NEVER going to happen. You wasted $50.

Water Injection IS used on industrial gas turbines to raise their efficiency by increasing the mass flow (water weighs more than air) because an industrial gas turbine is a high-flow reaction machine. Piston engines are not.

If you dump a little water into your engine you will make it harder for the spark plug to ignite the gas/air mix. If you manage to dump too much water into your engine, the pistons will suddenly stop because the water will not compress, which will bend the connecting rods & generally trash your engine. Also the water will wash the oil film off of the cylinder walls, and water is a really poor lubricant.

Have you priced a replacement engine? If not, do so & then figure out how much gas money you will have to save to pay for that replacement engine. I presume you would then know not use your water-system on that replacement engine.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Run you car on water?? Are you kidding us??

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

That is NEVER going to happen. You wasted $50.

Water Injection IS used on industrial gas turbines to raise their efficiency by increasing the mass flow (water weighs more than air) because an industrial gas turbine is a high-flow reaction machine. Piston engines are not.

If you dump a little water into your engine you will make it harder for the spark plug to ignite the gas/air mix. If you manage to dump too much water into your engine, the pistons will suddenly stop because the water will not compress, which will bend the connecting rods & generally trash your engine. Also the water will wash the oil film off of the cylinder walls, and water is a really poor lubricant.

Have you priced a replacement engine? If not, do so & then figure out how much gas money you will have to save to pay for that replacement engine. I presume you would then know not use your water-system on that replacement engine.
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