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Q ~ How does the Brown’s Gas affect the engine?

A. Brown’s Gas makes the engine more efficient and ‘longer lived’ in several ways.
In this application, BG is like a catalyst; NOT a FUEL! For a PDF that details the catalytic effect (click here).
BG’s helps the fuel Burn much faster, during the time when heat energy is most efficiently converted to mechanical energy (see my Extreme Mileage 101 for why fuel burn timing is so important).
BG does this because it contains a high-energy mixture of ExW and hydrogen.  The hydrogen has a flame speed that is 5 to 7 times faster than carbon-based fuels.  And the ExW helps the carbon-based fuel molecules ‘break apart’ much easier, faster and with less endothermic energy.
Independent studies show that adding hydrogen ensures a complete burn of the fuel and increases engine torque.  Brown’s Gas is even more effective than straight hydrogen.
A fast complete burn assures that:  
1. You got the maximum possible power from your fuel.
a. Because the fuel has a very short time to burn while the piston and crankshaft are in the optimum configuration to convert heat into power.
b. Because slow and incomplete burn causes some of your fuel burning in the exhaust (catalytic converter) where you cannot get power from it.  
2. Your combustion chamber doesn’t get engine destroying and efficiency reducing carbon buildups. In fact, if you have carbon buildups, the BG will help remove them.  
3. Engine oil stays clean longer because less unburned carbon gets into the oil.  
4. Pollution is reduced by burning the fuel in the engine. 

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