marquito escreveu:Bacana mesmo mas esta bem claro na materia o que diz abaixo e so ler se souber ingles e claro.
diz supostamente nao tem provas ainda e uma teoria.
HHO Jogos Reports: Simplicidade de Al Suarez Chicanas HHO Kit
Aqui estão uma coleção de relatórios de acompanhamento a partir do evento Jogos HHO realizada em Sarasota Spring, Florida último fim de semana: 11-12 novembro. Um dos destaques foi um kit hidroxi simples que é barato, fácil de instalar, e supostamente dá uma melhora significativa na quilometragem.
Ai vai o testo de 21/11/11
NOVEMBER 21, 2011, 8:40PM ET -- What I'm about to show you will challenge and even demolish everything you currently know and believe about HHO kits. What is being asserted by Al Suarez, the inventor - which is the caveat to everything else below - is that with this "kit," which is hardly big enough to be called a kit, you need no hoses, no bubbler and no reservoir, and the tablespoon of water and electrolyte inside it needs to be changed only once every 9 months. The hydrogen nozzle is designed to plug directly into the air intake behind the MAF sensor. It has no moving parts. It will not trip check-engine lights. It uses at most (as on a 32-ft, 8.1-liter RV towing a Saturn) 1.5 amps of power, forever refuting the old skeptics' argument that HHO requires more energy to split water molecules than it provides as a hydrogen assist to the engine. And it sells for less than any HHO kit you can believe in - about $270, with a 1-year money-back guarantee. Here's what it looks like out of the box:
There is a downside: unlike a lightbulb or a normal HHO kit, it doesn't start working as soon as you turn the engine on. You can drive 500 miles before you get a 2-3 MPG gain, and 1,000 miles before its full effects are apparent. Who's going to wait 1,000 miles for something to work? Well, truckers who drive 1,600-2,000 miles every two days, for one. For them, the kit is just an inch longer and half an inch wider than the normal one. Here's what it looks like when it's installed:
Let's be realistic. What we are talking about here is the proverbial "Plug 'n Play" HHO kit that all of us have been searching for since we begin this quest at the 2008 HHO Games. A lot of kits and kit-makers have come and gone since then, and in response the HHO Games themselves have shrunk even as the kits got better, cheaper and more accessible. With the kit described here, our search has ended (although Al says improvements will continue). It can nearly or more than double the gas mileage of a tiny 1.9-liter Saturn or a huge diesel 18-wheeler. It can be built by hand in 20 minutes. It can be installed by an experienced person in less than half an hour.
Mas vc esta se referindo alguma matéria antes ou inicio da feira?