Here are a collection of follow-up reports from the HHO Games event held in Sarasota Spring, last weekend: November 11-12. A highlight was A simple hydroxy kit that is cheap, easy to install, and purportedly gives significant improvement in mileage.

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By Joe Shea


NOVEMBER 21, 2011, 8:40PM ET — What I'm about to show you will challenge and even demolish everything you currently know and believe about HHO kits. What is being asserted by Al Suarez, the inventor – which is the caveat to everything else below – is that with this "kit," which is hardly big enough to be called a kit, you need no hoses, no bubbler and no reservoir, and the tablespoon of water and electrolyte inside it needs to be changed only once every 9 months. The hydrogen nozzle is designed to plug directly into the air intake behind the MAF sensor. It has no moving parts. It will not trip check-engine lights.

It uses at most (as on a 32-ft, 8.1-liter RV towing a Saturn) 1.5 amps of power, forever refuting the old skeptics' argument that HHO requires more energy to split water molecules than it provides as a hydrogen assist to the engine. And it sells for less than any HHO kit you can believe in – about $270, with a 1-year money-back guarantee. Here's what it looks like out of the box: 


There is a downside: unlike a light bulb or a normal HHO kit, it doesn't start working as soon as you turn the engine on. You can drive 500 miles before you get a 2-3 MPG gain, and 1,000 miles before its full effects are apparent. Who's going to wait 1,000 miles for something to work? Well, truckers who drive 1,600-2,000 miles every two days, for one. For them, the kit is just an inch longer and half an inch wider than the normal one. Here's what it looks like when it's installed: 

Let's be realistic. What we are talking about here is the proverbial "Plug 'n Play" HHO kit that all of us have been searching for since we begin this quest at the 2008 HHO Games. A lot of kits and kit-makers have come and gone since then, and in response the HHO Games themselves have shrunk even as the kits got better, cheaper and more accessible. With the kit described here, our search has ended (although Al says improvements will continue). It can nearly or more than double the of a tiny 1.9-liter Saturn or a huge diesel 18-wheeler. It can be built by hand in 20 minutes. It can be installed by an experienced person in less than half an hour.

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Walt Jenkins' Water-Powered Dune Buggy Wins 'Vehicle of the Year' Honors

NOVEMBER 17, 2011, 8:040PM ET — The water-powered dune buggy that has become familiar to residents of Manatee County walked off with "Vehicle of the Year" honors at the Nov. 11-13 HHO Games & Exposition. It arrived at the Games with a burst of fanfare and immediately drew a crowd of curious fans. The car, owned by Walt Jenkins of Anna Maria Island, is a work in progress, Jenkins explained. A recent fire destroyed his wiring system a week before his promised appearance at the Games, and even after several late nights getting it fixed, problems arose again as he drove the dune buggy to the Games on Saturday afternoon. This time the problems were not so severe, and it arrived in good condition. The vehicle will sometimes require gasoline but is capable of getting up to 95% of its fuel from water alone, he said.


Al Suarez: 'This is Out of Control!'

NOVEMBER 15, 2011, 10:40 PM ET — The HHO Games proved to be a make-or-break moment for Al Suarez of Cool Fuel in Tampa come Monday , when his phone started ringing off the hook with orders for his new kit, The Maraca. Al said he'd gotten 25 orders for the $270 kits in a single hour, and when I called him back he got 17 more calls as we were talking! I think the real reason is that his kit is the closest thing we've seen yet to the mythical "Plug 'n Play" device we started looking for at the very first HHO Games in 2008. We thought we'd seen it several times in the 7 succeeding events. Yet until Al's Maraca came along, with its estimated 9-month water supply sealed in a round 4-inch-high kit the size and shape of a softball, "Plug 'n Play" remained an elusive dream. Al's kit, if it's all it's cracked up to be, will deliver a 50% mileage improvement on a consistent basis, uses as little as 4 milliamps to power it, and connects via two thin wires and a small, 1/4" clear plastic hose to carry about a half-liter of mostly pure hydrogen to the air intake. I'm anxious to accept Al's latest invitation to come up to Tampa and take a closer look and a long test ride.

NOVEMBER 14, 2011, 9:40 PM ET — The 8th HHO Games & Exposition came to an end Sunday with warm congratulations and some important new commercial and personal relationships. We were glad to make the acquaintance of people like Mike Holler, Steve Casella, Ron Hatton, Len Indianer, Brian Lamb, that big Irishman (Peter) and his wife, as well as Igor (from ), John Dayton, Jeff Albrecht, Richard Taylor, Patrick & Susan Gaddy, Josh and his Dad, Jeff Steele and his son Chris, Chuck Reithmeyer, Wim and his wionderful wife and kids, Ulf from , Gary Parsons from Florida Atlantic University, Steve Evangeles from Tarpon Springs, Jeremiah, Dixie, Julie Hatton and many more. Thank you all for coming and for making this such a nice, friendly and educational event! DAY 2 QUIETLY BRINGS BIG SURPRISES, GREAT TALKS!

NOVEMBER 13, 2011, 8:40 AM ET — The big news came in on quiet shoes Saturday as fleet managers visited the HHO Games, with one German , William Aust of Synergies, N.A., seeking as many as 50,000 kits from among the first-class vendors on display at the HHO Games on Saturday. Bill Gehrs of Florida Biodiesel, Inc., said "Friday was for the curious, the lookie-loos. Saturday the serious buyers came," he said, looking at big truck kits from Bill's shop, Florida Biodiesel, Inc., of Clearwater, from Ed Grimm and Scott Harlib's Global Hydrogen Technologies, Mike Kehrli's FuelSaver-MPG and Margate Hydro, among others. Al Suarez's amazing "Maraca" unit was an enigma to developers and a marvel to guests as it combined the reservoir and the kit in one small, round white unit not much bigger than a softball that can double an RV's mileage. The news coverage continued with a fine article in the Bradenton Herald and tv new coverage running Friday afternoon and evening and still running Saturday morning. Jeff Steele's talk on fuel management and Ron Hatton's harrowing account of a journey through the wild tangles of the EPA were also terrific. Perhaps the best of all was the special $10 Mike Holler seminar at Perkins Restaurant Saturday night, which ran over the alloted 3 hours and attracted 16 hard-core and very knowledgeble HHO enthusiastts including inventor Walt Jenkins of h2 Global, Ed Grimm of Global Hydrogen Technologies and Patrick Gaddy, P.E., who came with his wife, Susan, who has been a huge help to us by handling the admissions. We are very grateful to you, Susan. Mike's 83MPG 2008 Hyundai Sonata was the object of jealous and excited attention all day. Also there and contributing from his wealth of knowledge was Mark Praught, our HHO Games seminar coordinator. My favorite had nothing to do with HHO, although it had a lot to do with green savings: It was Joe Agostino's brief talk on the difference between a 60-watt ordinary bulb and a 63-watt LED. which easily produced 5 times more illumination than the ordinary bulb mounted right next to it and will last 50 tiems as long. As local officials toss millions in taxpayer money away on lighting schools and buildings and highways with inefficient bulbs, the really brought into focus the need – and the way – to save money in our tough economic times. If ever there was an effective , the easy contrast between the 2 bulbs was it! GET READY FOR HHO GAMES DAY 2!

NOVEMBER 12, 2011, 12:00 AM ET — A terrific series of seminar presentations, more diplays and some top-notch installations – including by the renowned Al Suearez on RVs and Sealand Environmental's Mike Woolford on a semi-trailer tractor, along with Gadgetman Groove's continuing throttle-body mods – and a talk this afternoon by FuelSaver-MPG's Mike Kehrli of , Ore., kick off Day 2 of the HHO Games at 9 a.m. at the Sarasota Classic Car Museum, 5500 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34243, Tel. (941) 355-6228. Also there will be Jeff Steele to talk about upgrading our industry's data with his Global Marine Consulting fuel management system. Both Patrick Gaddy, representing Dr. Howard Phillips' revolutionary process for the unlimited production of hydrogen without , and Len Indianer, author of "The H Factor" will appear. One of the world's foremost tuning experts, Mike Holler of Ecosceptor LLC and his 83MPG Hyundai Sonata are in the lineup. Holler will also offer a special post-Games seminar at 7:30 PM at Perkins Restaurant (in the Garden Room), right under the huge American flag north of the Museum at 60th St. in Bradenton. All-news SNN Channel 6 has been airing a report on the HHO Games all night after shooting it at mid-day. Thank you, SNN!

HHO Games Review

by Gary Parsons

The Games this Fall were held at the Antique Car Museum in Sarasota. This is a very interesting collection of automotive history (I went through there later and saw my 1st ever DeLorean!!). There were two main areas of this event. The first was a large meeting room which housed the speakers and the exhibitors. The outside was the second, a section of the museum’s parking lot which contained actual vehicles that were tweaked to run on water/hydrogen. There were 6-10 exhibitors there. They were displaying/selling devices to crack water, fuel additives/boosters, and a novel called the H factor (about an invention in the nick of time: As in A. Rossi perhaps?). The speakers talked at length about how their devices worked and how they installed them. Outside, other hobbyists demonstrated how their products were attached to their own car’s engines. Many of the exhibitors felt that they could actually go into production with a little backing. 

One gentleman there was selling an HNNN based electrolyte as a fuel booster. Two or three others had actual water cracking devices to sell/demonstrate. Another had some fuel additives along with lots of Tesla-based literature and DVD’s. One table had hoses, tubes, clamps and other modification tools. The Gadgetman folks had a program to train the “newbie” to modify their engines. One lady had an ongoing cracking process for all to see. 

This was a very interesting meeting, even though it was a bit smaller than I had expected. The speakers were quite knowledgeable, as were the exhibitors. The problem is that when the speakers held sway (which was most of the time), there was no real opportunity to talk to the exhibitors (actually, many of the speakers were also exhibitors). So, you had three areas of contact/learning: 1) you could listen to the Speakers, 2) you could talk to the exhibitors when possible and 3) you could talk to the out side exhibitors in the parking lot who have installed these devices and let you see them while they are explaining them. This is a meeting for serious people. Most attendees were folks who worked on cars a lot – or who really wanted to learn how. For those of us who never did much of that, the hows and whys of all this were a bit over one’s head. 

Nevertheless, if you are the kind of person who likes to work on your own car, has the tools to do it and wants to make a dent in our energy problem, then this is the conference for you.

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