Gas 4 Free Review – Is Gas4Free The Real Deal?

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Gas 4 Free Review – Is Gas4Free The Real Deal?

Most people have no idea that turning water into combustible hydrogen-oxygen fuel is a 200 plus years suppressed technology. One of the top selling books on water car was researched and written by James A. Robey back in 2006. Robey is the curator of the world’s first Water Fuel Museum, in Lexington, KY.

The last couple of months, the topic of an automobile running on water fuel have gained a lot of interest. This may be due to local gasoline price reaching its peak back in mid 2008.

Many car owners were having a tough time refueling their vehicle and maintaining their household budget. Many people were desperate for a solution to reduce their car fuel consumption. That is when the Gas 4 Free manual came about on the internet.

Reviewing Gas 4 Free E-book

When the program launched on the web, there were a lot of hype. Many people were very curious to know what the book is all about. Is Gas 4 Free a scam or is it real?

Honestly, I was very curious also and decided to purchase to book. Here’s what I found about the e-book.

The Gas 4 Free was written by Vic Lawson. Lawson’s background is a scientist, researcher, inventor and water-fuel consultant. Gas 4 Free is actually consists of 2 manuals. The guides are:

1) How to Convert Your Car to Use Water as Fuel – Water Hybrid Engine Technology

2) Save Even More Cash Using Advanced Hydrogen On-Demand Gas Saving Secrets.

The books are basically written for people who want to know how to convert their car or truck to use water together with gasoline, to double or even triple their vehicle mileage.

Here’s a list of 4 things Gas4Free promises to its readers:

1) A complete, Do It Yourself (DIY) systems that is affordable and simple to install which anyone can do it.

2) Just by using water with your gasoline or diesel engine to double or even triple your mileage.

3) Boost vehicle performance while cleaning the engine and preventing smog.

4) Learn how to get the government to pay you for using water fuel via refund through your IRS.

What Gas4Free All About?

Basically, Gas 4 Free is using a technology that has been about for years. It utilizes a simple, device to use the electricity from your car battery to separate water (H2O) into a gas known as HHO. HHO is also commonly known as Brown Gas and is very potent and burns more effectively and produces significant energy. The only waste product is pure water vapor.

In the first book, you will learn how to make a device which is capable of generating large amount of HHO. The device is known as the “Hydrolyzer”. The recommended building material is high temperature plastic which makes it very durable.

The heart of the device is the Max Cell. According to Gas 4 Free, this is the most efficient design for generating HHO gas. It has a better Brown Gas production rate compared to stainless steel spirals unit.

The next key component is the O2 sensor enhancer. This unit actually tricks the internal combustion engine into reducing fuel consumption all without major modification to the on board computer.

Other parts are basically safety systems such as safety bubbler, vacuum routing, mounting system, electrical fuse cut off and the ignition switch.

Gas 4 Free Review Conclusion

Even though Vic Lawson mentioned that the books are easy to read, our experience says otherwise. If you are not familiar with the workings of an automobile, you may find it quite hard to understand.

No doubt if a car mechanic were to read the manuals, he would not have any problems digesting the information.

One thing is for sure, the information is good, but if you do not take the effort to make the Hydrolyzer device, you will not see the true potential of using HHO to run your car.

Nonetheless, if you are looking for ideas on how to reduce your car fuel consumption, Gas 4 Free manuals may be a good fit for you.

By | 2012-08-16T09:46:47+00:00 September 23rd, 2009|Water Car|8 Comments

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  1. Jason ford September 29, 2009 at 6:41 am

    I am very impressed to see chemistry related term in this blog.

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  4. Laurie Martin November 5, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Thanks for sharing this review as I have heard a lot about it and I also believe that these kind of effort definitely help us to solve the problems of global warming.

  5. Jeff May 2, 2010 at 6:09 pm

    It’s always a scam (even with a money back guarantee) unless there is someone out there actually making successful and (WORKING) devices such as these, and are able to (PROVE) their results. Otherwise, you buy the book for $97, (down the drain), and a whole pile load of expensive parts, and a whole lot of time wasted, only to scrap the project after months of frustration. This is simply a ‘scam’ by the big oil companies, taunting us all, and wearing out anyone out there with the will and determination to defeat them. This seems an impossible feat, unless someone starts putting their money where their mouth is. I’m disgusted noone takes responsibility for things like these not working! Who is holding Lawson accountable anyway?

  6. Twan March 28, 2011 at 5:40 pm

    No but H2 powered homes can be one of the answers and the electric highway that charges the batteries and provides the power for the car to move via wireless transmission and receiver modules are also. Witricity, a company in Boston, has brought to reality Nicola Tesla’s idea about the transmission of electricity between two locations wirelessly. If the highways had these transmission units below the road surface the entire stretch of the road, and vehicles had receiver modules beneath their chassis, batteries would no longer be a major factor in the progress of the EV; Diy or company built.

    And re water cars, I get 30MPG in my 98 Ford Expedition with just one home built HHO generator attached to the intake. Here’s a thought, if you put a flame to gasoline laying on the ground, it ignites into a flame, Hydrogen, at the same atmospheric pressure, although to lite to lay on the ground, but it explodes. Now imagine the difference in power output when under compression in an engine. Plus Hydrogen falls from the sky for free!!!!!!!!!!!!! Of course, as water but 12volts at 30 amps can separate the elements. That’s 360 watts. Almost no change to the engine itself is required.

  7. Bob G. April 18, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    The question that must be answered with any fuel, regular or alternative, is what is the energy equation? How much energy does it take to produce the fuel, and is the energy available to derive FROM the fuel equal to or greater than the amount used to produce it? Unless and until those questions are answered, it is not possible to say whether or not the fuel is a viable choice.

    Ethanol produced from corn requires more energy to produce than it provides to engines. (The only thing that makes is work is government subsidies.) Most hydrogen has the same problem. Some produced by algae may be marginally energy efficient. Brown’s Gas or HHO requires electrical energy to break the H2O bond. You have to be able to get more energy out of the gas than the energy used to make it. That is a very difficult proposition

  8. Pspsup July 3, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    More energy from gas? you can run the HHO for free, 360watts is not that much of a challenge. The question is if you increase the rate of brown gas during operation could you in effect require Regular gas to to start and run pure HHO .

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