Its now the year 2015 and humanity is beginning to make significant advances in the production and application of alternative fuels. In the famed trilogy, Back to the Future, we were awestruck by the thought of future technology... Well, it's here!
In the memorable scene, Doc Brown pulls up, "I need fuel!" he exclaims. The eccentric scientist then reaches for a half drank beverage, pours it in a device and powers his vehicle. Science-fiction, you say? Impossible? Not anymore!
Today, we are going to convert our vehicle to use electricity to split molecules and release a high powered fuel to supplement our vehicle's energy supply... and it's a lot easier than it sounds!
What we'll be doing is converting our vehicle to a hydrogen hybrid wherein electricity is used to supplement the gasoline with a sustainable, inexpensive to produce, carbon emission-free super fuel.
Let's gather our equipment and get started!
Step 1: Gather the Parts
We are going to convert our vehicle in to a hydrogen-powered hybrid in just 3 easy steps. To get started we'll need to gather some parts.
First, and most importantly, we'll need the unit that produces the fuel. This device is an all-in-one reactor capable of producing 150 liters of hydrogen fuel per hour. In addition, we will need to power the unit with a supplementary battery and connect the output to our engine's intake.
The parts list is as follows:
(+/-25 ft.) 3/8 Braided Fuel Line
(1) Modified Intake Manifold(optional)
Various mounting hardware, hose ties, L-brackets and screws, zip-ties, extension cord, etc.
Alternatively, full kits are available at www.DrFission.com which come with a detailed instruction manual.
Step 2: Install Reactor
Similarly to the configuration of the legendary DeLorean, we will be mounting our new PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™ in the rear of the vehicle, away from heat and where there is sufficient space.
We will remove the device from its packaging and find a convenient space in the enclosed trunk of the vehicle where it will fit in an upright position. Choose a place that is out of the way (but still shows off your new modification) and allows access to the rear of the unit and the access window. Once a space is identified, simply place the unit in the trunk and secure with screws or L-brackets, if necessary.
Step 3: Install and Connect Power
There are three parts to connecting power to your PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™.
First, install your 12v Deep Cycle Battery. Find a location in the rear of the vehicle as you see fit. Use of a battery strap or box may be required depending on your particular vehicle.
Next, mount your 12v Inverter on or near the dashboard with access to the on switch and view of the indicator light unobstructed. You'll now run an extension cord and the input cables from the rear of the vehicle, under door jam covers, under the dash to your Inverter. Making sure the Inverter is switched off, secure the input wires to the battery terminals and connect the output cord to your PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™.
Note that Relays and Wiring can be included from the manufacturer to automatically power up your system with the vehicle's ignition. See details in the manual that accompanied your unit.
Lastly, mount the Battery Charger somewhere convenient, attach the included connectors to the Battery and place the Charger's power cord somewhere easily accessible for overnight charging.
Note that multiple Batteries can be used in conjunction with multiple reactor systems. See details in the manual that accompanied your unit.
Step 4: Connect Fuel
The last step is to connect the fuel, which is produced by your reactor, to the intake of your engine. But, first we'll fill our unit and test our system. To do so add we'll fill our unit with E-Water an electrolytic solution to prime our system (future fill-ups simply require distilled water, see details in the included manual). Then, we will set the power switch on the PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™ to "ON." Lastly, making sure you are in a well-ventilated area with no open flames, power on the system by using the switch on the Inverter which has been mounted to the dashboard. The PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™ should begin to roar with bubbles as it splits the molecules of water and releases hydrogen fuel.
Once everything is operating properly, we'll proceed to connect this fuel supply to our engine's intake.
First, we will install our Customized Intake Manifold which can be removed from the engine block, sent in, modified and returned, then re-installed. Re-connect the air intake connections and we're ready to connect the new fuel line(s). (Alternatively, fuel line can be more easily attached by fitting a hose barb to the air intake directly, though results may vary.)
Once your Customized Intake Manifold is installed, we will connect one end of our Braided Fuel Line to the output of the PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™ and secure. We will then run the fuel line under the door jam covers, through the firewall and into the engine compartment. Make sure to avoid kinks, sharp edges and areas prone to high heat and see further precautions in the included manual. Once your fuel line has been routed, connect to the Hydrogen Intake Manifold's 3/8" barb connection(s) and secure in place.
Step 5: Your Hydrogen Hybrid Conversion Is Complete!
That's it! once you have installed your PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR™, connected the power and fuel line, the conversion is complete.
Now, you will be able to supplement your engine's fuel with the flip of a switch after starting your engine. Not only that, but this fuel is produced cost-efficiently with electricity, greatly reduces overall vehicle emissions and increases horsepower and gas mileage!*
To maintain your system, simply plug your charger in overnight and after extended drive times and keep your PERSONAL FISSION REACTOR'S™ tank topped off with distilled water.
Try adding solar panels or charging your system with renewable energy, convert your hot-rod or your fuel-sipper to a hydrogen powered hybrid and show us your conversions in the comments!
Take all necessary precautions and see the user manual for specific details.