Is HHO potentially viable on a car using this method? Read for details...?

From what I gather the hardest thing about seperating Hydrogen and Oxygen molecules in water is generating enough power/electricity to create enough free HHO gas... but I was wondering could you: Take an old car, let's say an old mustang with a 302 small block, and you add an HHO generator... logic states that you could not produce enough HHO gas off of the stock electrical system but... I've seen competition alternator setups at car audio competitions where people add 1 or 2 alternators to their cars using custom brackets and such... and keep in mind if the engine puts out around 300 horsepower then each additional alternator should only use 10-15 hp each... so with 3 alternators you'd still get around 270 mechanical horsepower and yet you could increase the power of the electrical system dramatically. I've seen high-amp alternators that can crank out 140 amps, so an extra 2 of these operating at either 12-volt or 24-volt system should be able to crank out 1680 watts or 3360 watts of DC power... I've also heard of people adding electrolyzers to the water like baking soda in order to decrease the natural state of resistance of the water... Do you think 3360 watts would produce enough usable HHO gas to run a car with the setup up I just described?

Asked By: Skankirella - 12/13/2009
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