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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #40 on: August 21, 2010, 07:33:38 am »
If i was anywhere in U.S. I would certainly be there personally tomorrow ;)
Any of you could go check this? Who here live closer to them?




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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #41 on: August 21, 2010, 10:23:37 am »
Its all scam.

700 watts on tubes with a 10v on all tubes in parallel do max 5 litres.....The parallel tubes can be compared with parallel resistors. The more you have, the lower the resistance, the more amps it pull....

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@Steve:
I can understand why you would say this, Steve.  There have been thousands upon thousands of similar scams pulled on unsuspecting everyday people and experimenters alike in the past.  They all sound too good to be true.
 
Even Stanley Meyer’s dune buggy seemed like a scam and was treated as one by the mainstream public throughout the world.  By the time many of us realized that Meyer was not a scammer, it was too late and the man was dead.  It’s very unfortunate that he died before we could learn in greater detail exactly what he had done.  I would even go so far as to call it a tragedy.  His technology could have saved so many lives that were wasted in the name of war over oil fields.  We may not have even had the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico if Stan had succeeded in making it to market with his devices. 

It’s easy for people to develop thick skin when it comes to new energy technology in light of past letdowns.  In the realm of psychology, this is known as “Pike Syndrome”.

Here is a video which will be able to visually explain just what this syndrome is for those who have never heard of it before:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyHCOPe8qy0

I am requesting more information regarding this Future Energy Concepts technology in order to see if they will allow me to replicate their setup.  They claim in their video that the prototype version you see demonstrated in their video is going to be “shareware” (or freely copied sort of the way Pantone gives away a free GEET system plans so long as you don’t make more than one) and they are allowing the public to see their system in person on the 21st which is tomorrow. 

I refuse to call their technology a scam until they refuse my request for exact schematics and component details. 

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Its strange that they show a tubesetup on that truck and what i see is a VERY slow production, if you look at the time it took to build up some pressure in the cell.
 
Now you asked them a price and deliverytime and they come up with PLATES?
 
I have dismanteld with Electrojolt (Claudio) many scammers in this field, last years, Mina.
Maybe it makes me more sceptical then others.
However, i do believe in this technology more then most of the people on this earth....
I have spent thousends of euro's / dollars sofar.
Made many engines running already.
I know what it takes to do such a thing.
Running that BIG engine on 2 litres of HHO cannot be done.
What i ll will try, maybe even today, is to hook up my cell to my injectionsystem of my renault clio 1.4ltr 4 cylinder engine.
I will even hook up my ionizer to the airintake, as i have done on my motorbike.
Then i wil lbuild up pressure.....and start the car.....
 
Believe me, it will not work.
 
 
Steve
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #42 on: August 21, 2010, 15:32:13 pm »
Hello again.  :)
I think they put gasoline in the WFC.

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« Reply #43 on: August 21, 2010, 16:09:20 pm »
taking a look at the thing again, hidden in the obvious. could very well be.
they heat it with their electrical heater aka pwm and the gasoline fumes are injected.

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« Reply #44 on: August 21, 2010, 19:36:39 pm »
If gasoline fumes were injected it would still get great mileage per hour and this would maybe explain the pressure of 20-60psi.
The unit sitting there started, really showed 5psi. But when motor started the pressure rose slowly to 60psi.
Also he mentioned HC maybe in the write up, whats he talking about? maybe Hydrogen Chloride???
 
Then why hide the information?
These guys have been up to this before.
 
I emailed a real easy question and still have no answer, but then again they may have stirred too much email up.
 
We'll see if if he keeps it shareware or open source.
 
 
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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #45 on: August 22, 2010, 00:41:44 am »
If gasoline fumes were injected it would still get great mileage per hour and this would maybe explain the pressure of 20-60psi.
The unit sitting there started, really showed 5psi. But when motor started the pressure rose slowly to 60psi.
Also he mentioned HC maybe in the write up, whats he talking about? maybe Hydrogen Chloride???
 
Then why hide the information?
These guys have been up to this before.
 
I emailed a real easy question and still have no answer, but then again they may have stirred too much email up.
 
We'll see if if he keeps it shareware or open source.

In their earlier setup, they prepared to introduce gasoline into the fuel rail (that’s what they are calling HC or hydrocarbon) whenever they were experiencing serious power shortfalls while climbing hills and running in full throttle.  They no longer have a problem climbing hills or running in full throttle.  They still leave the fuel line tee’d into the fuel rail but only for emergency purposes in order to have a parachute (open a valve that lets them get back home) to prevent them from getting stranded.
 
If they were putting gasoline in the cell itself, they would NOT need the tee with an angle cock as a backup.  You don’t need a backup gasoline valve for an engine that is already running on gasoline.
 
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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #46 on: August 22, 2010, 01:07:23 am »
I think these are just ppl trying to pull off a scam , they might get 200$ from a gullible person for info but their scam will be short lived .

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #47 on: October 20, 2010, 06:43:31 am »
Future Energy Concepts is moving forward to produce a commercial product.  At the same time, they are giving away the plans for free to their prototype that powered the V-8 engine.  The plans can be found at:
first onehttp://groups.futureenergyconceptsinc.com/documentation/node/46
  second onehttp://groups.futureenergyconceptsinc.com/documentation/node/9 
The following video is an example in real time (proof of concept) of how this system performs:
   
The above video was released by the same company that powered the 2004 Dodge eight cylinder pickup truck.