just saw an ad for this on Craigslist. its supposedly a hydrogen booster although i didn't really see anything on the website as to how it works. anyone ever hear of anything like it, or do you guys use any addatives/add-ons to your engines? here is the link i saw
i guess additives are a good topic. i haven't used anything in the boat yet, but its still new to me, i have done a few things to my truck with mixed reviews. i used a product called Motorsilk in the lube oil, it clean the crap out of my system!! idled the engine for 10 minutes and changed the filter and it was completely clogged with varnish, wax, carbon. the oil filter housing was shining like new. dont know if it helped out with engine temps and reduced friction, but it did clean. I use the Fitch fuel catalyst on the fuel side and i really cant say if it does anything or not. no noticeable change in fuel consumption but my of my driving is around town and im not exactly easy on my truck. what else are you guys using on your big diesels.
One of the guys at work made a hydrogen system for his car. It did not seem to be very efficient. I think it uses too much electrical power= robs engine power= increased fuel consumption to make up for the hydrogen fuel boost. You still have to run the engine on its normal fuel and the hydrogen that the system makes is like additional fuel . If you could use solar power/wind power to make the hydrogen and then use it for fuel you may have a good fuel source. A lot of car manufactures have been experimenting with Hydrogen fuel for years but none have gone into regular production that I know of. BMW used to have one of their hydrogen powered cars out in front of the headquarters with a list of all the records it set but I have not seen it in a while.. I have not heard a lot of talk about hydrogen in the last few years
Just for discussion we all need to know hydrogen added to combustion engines is different than a fuel cell that uses hydrogen to create electricity to run an electric motor.
From what I've read there are many types of substances that can be added to internal combustion engines. These systems show promise of greater efficiency for current engines. They are able to be retro fitted and there are several kit types.