I haven’t written anything for quite some time about using homemade hydrogen HHO kits to increase fuel mileage. I was wondering if there was still interest in this topic, and checked this site’s stats. It turns out there are still searches being made online that turn up at the Redneck Bar and Grill.
We did have some really good successes in increasing gas mileage with HHO, and we helped a lot of others find the information they were looking for. I know that a quick online auction search gives hundreds of results for HHO, so people must still be working on hydrogen kits for their vehicles.
I think the main reason many were hesitant to try it is because they didn’t want to void warrantees on new vehicles. This is a valid concern for sure. If you put a homemade contraption on your car and some unrelated issue pops up, you might have to explain the device at the dealership with some fast talking. I had one of these attached to a 2007 Toyota Tacoma and it didn’t hurt the truck at all, but I admit I was a little concerned about warrantee implications myself.
I going to give the links to our previous work again here just to make it easier to find.
Fun With Hydrogen HHO Generator Tests
This article has a video and some basic info about how an HHO cell can be hooked to a car to give you increased gas mileage. The video shows us popping bubbles of HHO, as well as the truck we were using hooked up.
HHO Hydrogen Generator Safety And Electrical Hookup
This post links to a video all about the safety and electrical aspect of hydrogen generators. And using hydrogen, there are some safety issues to be aware of. I’m all for explosions that look and sound cool. I don’t want to see anyone hurt themselves or blow the engine up in their car.
Where to Find an HHO Hydrogen Kit
It’s true, these items can’t be bought at Walmart. But, some of the parts can be found there. I just updated this post with new info today.
How Do You Keep an HHO Hydrogen Generator From Freezing?
This post doesn’t really give the answers per say. However, some of the commentors on this one had some good thoughts on how one might keep their hydrogen kits thawed out in cold weather. So it’s worth checking the comments on this one for ideas. Not to mention a few funny cracks mixed in there.