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12/02/2008 3:04 AM

There are lots of adds on the net about people running cars with something called watergas or brown's gas. which is produced in a small glass jar by the cars battery. can someone guide whether it is possibe and if so how this works, what are the good and bad sides.

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Re: watergas

12/02/2008 5:22 AM

Hello sakamran

This has been discussed at length in the Forum.

Have a read of one recent Topic Thread: http://cr4.globalspec.com/thread/24028/Browns-Gas-for-Increased-Fuel-Efficiency-True

Reply here, if you are still unsure, after reading the earlier Topic as listed above.

Kind Regards....

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