Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What kind of fuel cell can I use with it?
A. Works with / without any HHO generator, as it only interfaces with your vehicle's
OBD port and does not connect to the HHO generator itself.
Q. Will this let me run my car on 100% water?
No, it will not run it completely on water, but will
allow you to use less gasoline than you would
without it. The ultimate goal is to REPLACE gasoline, but we must work one step at a time. Using
less gasoline is a first step while we further develop Stan's work
Q. Can I just use this without a HHO generator to save fuel?
No - for standalone use, use our standard FSM Fuel Saver Module
Q. Aren't engines already set for optimum fuel economy?
No. Designs are improving, but the best fuel economy has long been suppressed
to maintain demand for gasoline. Here is an interesting fact to illustrate this: Most vehicles only burn about 20 to 25% of the gasoline supplied to them, with the rest being released through the exhaust. Need we say more? There is obviously much room for improvement in this area, and this is just one tool that helps to make that improvement happen. Lower emissions, higher MPG, good for everyone
Q. Did Stan use a fuel enhancer in his designs?
No, Stan had no need for using an enhancer, as he ran pure HHO gas and adjusted the burn rate of hydrogen to co-equal that of fossil fuel. In short, he slowed the burn rate down so the HHO gas burned just like gasoline. To date, no one has solved all of Stan's designs, so we are offering a hybrid design, something that will help people save on gasoline Now - while we are solving Stan's advanced, final designs. We need to start somewhere, and saving some on gasoline is a lot better than saving none!
Q. How do I Measure My Real (Actual) MPG?
The EPA and other agencies 'play' with the MPG scales regularly, so a vehicle getting 40 MPG today is not the same as 40 MPG yesterday. We dispense with this confusion and get to the basics. MPG simply means Miles Per Gallon. To calculate, simply fill up your vehicle wth gasoline. Reset your trip (mileage counter). Drive until the next fill-up. When you next fill-up, write down the trip mileage and DIVIDE this number of miles by the gallons it takes to fill your tank. This is your REAL MPG value! Using this method, you can reliably test fuel saving devices and tell immediately if a change is helping or hurting your mileage and fuel consumption. There's nothing really confusing about it:
Miles (Assumed): 380 Miles
Gallons (From above): 11.244
380 Miles / 11.244 Gallons = 33.795 MPG!