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I was a little discouraged at first. Shortly after I puchased the Hydro Assist, I received an email saying it could take up to 8 weeks! I contacted them and they explained it should be much sooner than that.

Turns out they are waiting on the “Optimizer” which is the add-on computer. They have been assured by the manufacturer that they should have it by early next week. That means they will have a batch of 100 hydrogen generators ready to ship immediately. She said the next batch of 100 will be ready soon after that. So, if I am too late for the first batch, the next batch will ship soon after.

Complete Hydrogen Fuel Generator Kit

Danielle, the customer service rep at HAFC, explained that they have been getting swamped with new orders. They currently are testing out two additional manufacturers and as soon as they can check the quality, they will come on line and start producing units too.

If you haven’t watched the video yet, here it is: >> Hydrogen Generator Video

By the way, when I had Danielle on the phone I tried to get some information out of her about the PICC (Pre Ignition Catalytic Converter), but she wasn’t offering anything other than wait until September for the big announcement. Dang!

For those of you that haven’t heard, the PICC will more than double your fuel milage…especially if you have the HAFC installed. That means my ’98 Bonneville shoud go from 27 mpg to 54 mpg witht the Hydro Assist installed and then climb to 108 miles per gallon!

I might be overly optimistic, but even with their conservative numbers I should go from 27 mpg, to 41 mpg and then to 61. Still not too shabby for a full size car.

  1. Comment by Solen
    January 26, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

    What is an amortization expense?

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