Are Hydrogen Fuel Conversion Kits Just One Big Scam?

Hydrogen fuel conversion kits are becoming more and more popular, so obviously people are wondering if this is all just one big scam. Well, being a car owner using a hydrogen fuel conversion kit for about 4 months now, I can clearly state that it is not a scam and indeed compliant. My car is now 60% more fuel efficient, which means I doubled my mileage.

So let’s see how it works: A hydrogen fuel conversion kit uses electricity from your car’s battery to split water into a gas known as HHO. This effectively burns and supplies significant energy. HHO has the atomic power of hydrogen but… maintains the stability of water. This means that the whole process is very safe and very effective at the same time.

So let’s take a look at the benefits: any hydrogen fuel conversion kit is guaranteed to increase your mileage by at least 40%, my own car got a 60% increase, I’ve seen people install multiple systems and now they work with 80% hydrogen and 20% gasoline, which means a noticeable increase in mileage and a huge decrease in gas mileage. On top of this, your car will also gain more horsepower, longer engine life, lower emissions, and a smoother, quieter engine. The biggest benefit, though, is the fact that you can get money back from the state for using green technology in your car. These are called IRS refunds and range from $2,000 for a regular car to $50,000 for a truck ($50,000 may sound like a lot, but it’s also a huge truck).

So how can you get your hands on a hydrogen fuel conversion kit? Now that we know that hydrogen fuel conversion kits aren’t just some big scam, we can see how you can get one. There are 3 ways to do this:

#1 You can go to your local auto service and have them build/buy one and install. While this is the easiest option you can take, it will cost you around $1000 (A LOT!). Now, I’m not a fan of paying sky-high prices for things that have cheaper solutions, but if you think this might work for you, then this is the way to go.

#2 You can buy your own hydrogen fuel generator and ask car services to install it. This will be cheaper than the first option, but still not worth that much money.

#3 The best thing you can do is build it yourself. There are plenty of guides that teach you how to do everything step by step with illustrations. These are aimed at beginners, which means you need to have ZERO experience to pull this one off. The great part about doing it yourself is the fact that you have control over everything and it’s extremely cheap. A good guide is around 50-100$ and the parts needed for the hydrogen fuel kit are also around 50$. This means you can be up and running for $100 if you play your cards right.

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