Installed Unit!Installed Unit
Here is a pic of 2 units installed in my car.


Truth vs Fact on HHO Devices:

Hopefully I will clear up some misquoted but factual information.

Installing an HHO device in a car will ruin an alternator or battery There is some truth here. Most vehicles alternators only put out a max of 60-80 AMPS. Vehicles, with all accessories turned on usually draw about 50-60 AMPS. The HHO devices that I craft use 3-14 AMPS depending on how many you use and the amount of electrolyte used. There are some HHO devices out there that draw 20-40 AMPS! I would stay away from these units unless you know for sure that your alternator exceeds 110 or more AMPS. If not, you will most definately burn up your alternator and battery.
Installing an HHO device will ruin my engine There is some truth here also. Anything that you put into your vehicle has a chance of ruining your engine! Fuel, Oil, & Air all have a chance of ruining your engine. They all have a chance of containing contaminates that may bypass your filters in your vehicle causing engine damage. HHO does increase your combustion chamber temperatures by about 150-200°F. Materials used to build engines are capable of handling these temperatures due to the EGR systems.
It takes more energy to make HHO then the energy produced Again, some truth to an extent; This depends on the application. When you are driving why not use your vehicles alternator to create HHO to improve your fuel mileage? If not your alternator is only running the vehicles accessories that you have turned on. Utilize the alternator to make HHO. If you are sitting at home and want to make HHO, yes, you will use more energy to create it then what the output will be.
HHO does not work And yet some more truth. HHO does work. There are many variables to how well it works installed in a vehicle. At this point, I have about 12 units that I have made and installed into various types of vehicles. From small 4cylinder to large 10cylinder engines. All of these vehicles owners reported positive feedback to myself. One owner reported only a .5mpg increase, whereas another reported a 12mpg increase. So, this depends on vehicle make and engine, and other modifications that may need to be performed. Such as: installing an O2 sensor device ( a times device that recalculates your exhaust output) or shims( an add on coupler that moves your O2 sensors out of the direct line of the exhaust), a map sensor device ( lets you manually adjust your map sensor)
I get 3-8 mpg increase on my 1992 eagle summit 1.5L, my car has currently 251,000 miles on it and I have been using HHO devices on my vehicle since January of 08. I have at least 10,000 miles on my vehicle since I originally installed my first HHO device and do not have any negative issues as of this date.