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To date an HHO manual is essential to anyone wanting to convert their car or convert their truck to HHO fuel. HHO kits are becoming more available as packages from specialist companies. However, an HHO manual still gives best value for money and probably the best results. That is not just my opinion. It is what automobile associations around the world recommend. They tend to agree that production line kits are dropping a little in price. But they say that parity in prices between kits and the HHO manual route will not be achieved at least until 2020, if ever. Ready to fit HHO kits currently retail at over $2,000. Most are more than $3,000. Compare that with an HHO manual retailing for between $50 and $100. Okay, the parts will then cost around $130. But they are so easy to source. If you are no good at electronics or mechanics, hand your HHO manual to a qualified mechanic and he should make and fit it for under $200. That makes for a difference of at the very least of $1,600. To be honest, as things stand at the moment, the difference is probably more like $4,000 if you choose a decent pre-fabricated kit. An HHO manual also provides the freedom to tweak and fine tune the system you install. You may need to return to your mechanic, but you are probably only talking about another $50. We can take a look at the disparity in prices between the median price of the top two HHO manuals and costs for fitting them and ready-fit kits for varying makes of vehicle. HHO Manual versus Pre-Fit Kits The first figure refers to manuals, materials and mechanic's costs, the second to pre-fab kits. HHO manual Ford: $300 -- $5,700 HHO manual Toyota: $300 -- $4,200 HHO manual GMC (General Motors): $300 -- $3,800 HHO manual Hyundai: $300 -- $5,000 HHO manual Buick: $300 -- $3,900 HHO manual Cadillac: $300 -- $4,700 HHO manual Chrysler: $300 -- $6,100

HHO manual BMW: $300 -- $7,400 HHO manual Chevrolet: $300 -- $3,600 So, going for a factory fit will cost you at least 10 times more than going down the HHO manual route. To go for a full blown hybrid car from new will cost up to 100 times more. Not only that, but hybrid cars rolling off the production floor are far less efficient and probably no more environmentally friendly. So kits are beginning to drop in price and that is great news, but doing it yourself is still so much more cheaper. Despite the extra effort involved procuring materials and employing a mechanic, an HHO manual is still the cheapest, safest, most hassle free and most sensible way to go.

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