Hydrogen is the fuel of the Future
Vaporization of Gasoline is an Easier solution - Right Now
It can reduce your dependence on oil --- 100 fold or more.
Did you know that gasoline does not burn? No, I'm not crazy. You see,
gasoline is a liquid. It does not burn when in the liquid state. Only
the vapors coming off of it will burn. Engine manufacturers know this.
Car manufacturers know this. Governments know this. The richest people
in the world know this, and they control all of the aforementioned.
Since only the vaporized fuel burns, tell me something. Why do our fuel
delivery systems "Spray Liquid Fuel" into our engines? Sprayed fuel does
not burn; only the vapors created by the spray burn. Well the answer is
simple. Money makes them rich. The more gasoline we buy, the more taxes
they can collect; the more demand there will be for their oil.
It is all about profit. Think about what I am saying (I am not the only
one saying it). There have been
numerous Vapor inventions, including Carburetors; all of them bought up by Big Oil
Companies. Carburetors that got 100 miles to the gallon of gas; 200 mpg,
400 mpg. Ford Motor Company invented one that got 250 mpg on a big V-8
engine. It was never released to the public. How come? Did you know that
our Government tells auto manufacturers how much MPG they are allowed to
achieve? You should research that. You are not allowed to get better mpg
than what the Government says you can get. They say it will wreck our
economy. What did they do to control us? They forced us to use
Computerized Fuel Injection that -- guess what -- Sprays liquid Fuel into the
engine. Only vapors from the spray get burned. Vapor Injectors are not allowed. They don't use enough fuel.
Oh sure, you can argue that the heat will vaporize the rest of the
liquid. Like hell it will (excuse my language). That is the job of the
Catalytic Converter --- in the exhaust system. And, you can argue that
the liquid cools the combustion and reduces the NOx emissions. Sure it
does, but allowing more Oxygen to mix with the fuel vapors will do the
same thing and do it cooler. It is not intended for us to get the best
fuel economy possible. It has to be allowed. Really? Who is in charge of
that decision? I have news for them, "When this gets out, changes are
going to be made --- around the world --- and made Fast. Gasoline is not
going down for the count, but the demand for it certainly is. There is
absolutely no reason for the US to depend on Oil from other countries.
We can easily supply our own demand just by allowing Vaporization of
I challenge you to build a Vapor Injector that can easily convert our
engines to Run On Vapors, not sprayed gasoline. Surely, someone, in some
country, can accomplish this. It is time to get mad, and do something
about this. We are being robbed.
will develop into the most efficient advance in Fuel Savings for fossil
fuel engines. It should. It accomplishes the same results as the Vapor Carburetors
that achieved as much as 250 miles per gallon on V-8 engines (Ford). The
method is simple.
No Timing Adjustments
No need to Fool Emissions Sensors
Just shut off the gasoline to stop the electronic fuel delivery,
as it exists.
They attempt to start this generator with the hose near the top of the
jar that contains a small amount of gasoline. it won't start.
they put the hose down into the jar and the engine sucks the vapors from
the jar --- And Starts --- And Runs.
Tyson Capel is including
Safety features in his setup.
He does a good job explaining how the system works.
This guy recommends
using a Wick to help distribute the gasoline Vapors.
He knows what he
is talking about.
Sounds like the Vapor
mower runs smoother than the Gasoline mower.
Watch this guy grab the
muffler on the Vapor mower. It does not burn him. Try that on your gas
We are being Screwed At The Pumps --- People !
test, using the basic concept.
Able to adjust the air going into the jar. And able to adjust the Air
/ Vapor mix going into the engine.
Tyson Capel again.
He is adjusting the Air going into the Bubbler, and adjusting the Air /
Vapor mix going into the engine.
The steel wool is used for Flash Suppression.
Basic concept. Adjusting the Air / Vapor mix.
Tyson Capel again.
Applying the concept to his car.
He is using 3 inch diameter PVC pipe.
Tyson Capel again.
Demonstrating that the concept works on his car.
Also demonstrating that the Air needs to be regulated for best
Lawn mowers run at a constant speed. Cars do not. He demonstrates
that the engine sucks more air as RPM increases. That, sucks more vapor,
which supplies more fuel for going faster. Your existing Throttle Body
is controlling the Air, via the gas peddle.
concept working on a carbureted vehicle; nothing special. He is not
using anything to regulate the air. The butterfly in the carburetor does
Basic install on a Dodge truck.
Vaporization Method. Boiling Point of Gasoline is ( 100 to 400 degrees F
) depending on formulation content. The Most volatile liquids will boil
Fog Vaporizer. Really vaporizes a lot of fuel. I'm impressed.
this be used in a fuel rail injection system? Possibly. One would have
to regulate the amount of vapor being made, Only make what is
needed for the speed. Requires some thought.
Here is a
Log Splitter running on vapors coming from a 5 gallon gas can.
carburetor has been removed (but that is not necessary).
He claims to
be getting about 84 mpg.
Ideas to Build-on
Fog Generators and Vaporizers (These devices are proven
The existing Fuel Injector will most likely work -- by stopping
the Fuel Line pressure from supplying the fuel. The Vaporizer needs
to supply the fuel to the Injector, or to the Fuel Rail (which
supplies the injector) . Using an Injector is going to require
enough vapor pressure being supplied to the injector. The engine
computer fires the injector at the right moment in time.
The Fuel Line, from the tank, needs to supply fuel to the
Vaporizer, as needed. Control needs to be worked out (float,
The amount of time the injector fires, is controlled by the
computer. The injector will pass the vapor just as easily as it will
pass liquid fuel. But there needs to be enough vapor pressure to
meet the fuel requirement of the combustion chamber (s).
Always put a one way valve between the vaporizer and the vapor
input to the engine.
I envisioned possibly using an electric Supercharger or Turbo Fan to draw
or blow air into the vaporizer container and force feed that vaporized
air into the existing Air Way. I think the speed of the fan could be
controlled with a slide type potentiometer or rheostat. Or it could be
controlled by the Throttle Position Sensor. Fan speed would control the
amount of vapor the engine receives -- which would control the vehicle
speed. But now, I don't think this is the better solution.
This particular fan has 3 inch Inlet and outlet.
can not run at maximum continuously. This is a concept, not a solution.
The engine sucks in the amount of Air it needs, based on engine
speed. So it would be easier to use that concept, than trying to
duplicate it with a fan.
There is talk about heavy components of the
gasoline mixture causing heavy sludge to collect on the bottom of the
vaporizer tank. Easy solution ---- Use Coleman Fuel. If your
getting 100 mpg or more, the cost is very minimal. Coleman Fuel is
"White Gas". Actually, a lot of different fuels could be used;
any that vaporize.
Ogle --- 100 mpg Ford Galaxie
“I was messing around with a lawn-mower when I accidentally knocked a
hole in its fuel tank. I put a vacuum line running from the tank
straight into the carburetor inlet. I just let it run and it kept
running and running but the fuel level stayed the same. I got excited.
The lawn-mower was running without a carburetor and getting tremendous
The engine got so hot Ogle used a fan to cool it and was amazed when it
ran 96 hours on the fuel remaining in the mower’s small tank.
He went from the lawn-mower to the automobile, converting a car in the
same manner... Ogle did away with the carburetor and fuel pump,
replacing them with a secret black box he calls a filter. The super
mileage, he said, was due to his pressurized, vaporized fuel system that
injects fumes directly into the engine’s firing chambers.