Congratulations on purchasing your very own instructions for converting your motor vehicle into a water burning hybrid! We feel fortunate in being given the opportunity to bring this valuable information your way. Now, you too can be involved in efforts to help utilize an incredible and priceless technology; harnessing water as a source of energy for your vehicle!
body or regulators to verify compliance with existing emissions requirements and standards. We also encourage you to verify that your vehicle passes state or government emissions tests after completing the conversion.
assuming responsibility for all potential risks and damages, both incidental and consequential, relating to or resulting from use or misuse of these plans. Furthermore, you understand that there are inherent risks relating to any exploratory and pioneering mechanical technology.
This book presents complete plans and detailed descriptions sufficient to build a workable
water‐hybrid system for your fuel‐injected or carbureted motor vehicle. The technology
contained herein has not been patented and has been placed in the public domain.
This has been done in hopes of discouraging suppression of this knowledge but, even more
importantly, to encourage the open flow of information relating to water‐hybrids. We
encourage you to help your friends and family with their own conversions once you have
grasped the principles and techniques yourself.
We also urge you to explore the FREE resources we have provided to you on our download
page, as these may give you additional ideas, particularly if you seek a more custom solution or
want to explore additional ways to accomplish your water‐hybrid goals.
If you decide to become involved with your own conversion project, or just want to offer
advise, an opinion, or constructive criticism on how to improve these concepts, please feel free
to contact, William S. Power, the architect of the original plans this book is based on.
He will do his best to get back with you, but he can’t guarantee an instant response. Sometimes he’s away from the office weeks at a time; testing and perfecting new concepts, or just chasing down parts. Here’s where you can write him:
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