Did you know that even the smallest things you do to help with energy conservation can make a huge difference for our energy needs of the future? The fact is they do. Take for instance the recycling of aluminum cans. Over 91% of people in the United States recycles aluminum cans. According to the Aluminum Can Council, by recycling just one aluminum can that will save enough energy to keep a 100 watt light bulb burning for nearly four hours. It also saves enough energy to run your television set for nearly three hours.
Years have passed since the first discovery of hydrogen fuel can into existence. Burning hydrogen releases steam only into the environment. The bad part is that hydrogen in its natural state is a dangerous compound. In many cases, it is an extreme danger. Operating vehicles that have hydrogen tanks would cause quite a problem indeed. Too much money is being spent on how to make the hydrogen tanks impenetrable so it can be easily transported. There is an easier solution to the problem. This is the one solution that can allow each individual to create their own money saving device.
Watch out for scams and tricks that low-end tow guys will try to pull on you. One of the tricks is that they will agree on a price with you on the phone, and then the story will change once they show up to get it. Before they rig it up, they will come and tell you that it the car is missing its catalytic converter. Then they will proceed to offer you $100 dollars less than what you agreed on. The catalytic converter is located underneath the car, and the tow guy knows that most people don’t even know what that is. Even if you did know what it is, chances are that you wont get underneath the nasty car to look for yourself. Most people just would rather save the hassle, so they just agree to take the lower price. Watch out for this trick because it works!
Give it a thought, as an eBook and materials costing $200 are able to save $10 each time you fill your tank. I have no clue of yours, but I have converted my car two months back. Since the vacation time is coming near, I can get my cost back just in few weeks.
Another means of lunchroom catalytic converter could include composting. Think of all of the food waste that goes into office trashcans. Scraps and leftovers could be easily diverted into a composting bin. This can be turned into mulch, for office landscaping and gardening.
All modern fuel injected vehicles use an oxygen sensor to measure how much oxygen is present in the exhaust. From this the computer can add or subtract fuel to obtain the correct mixture for maximum fuel economy. This little sensor can also be the cause of a persistent check engine light. While it is small it can cause a few problems with the overall performance of the vehicle.
Boooooooooooost! Yes, we’re almost at the point where we can turn up the boost. But how do you do it? The answer is a boost controller. There are 2 main types of boost controller, a simple manual controller or a more complex electronic boost controller. The former are cheaper and have a strong following in the DSM community, where the Hallman Boost Controller gets some excellent reviews. I opted for the extra features of the Blitz Dual SBC Spec S boost controller and haven’t looked back. Four different boost settings, a boost warning if it gets too high, and very accurate control of your boost has made it a no-brainer for me. The Spec S is also reasonably priced and is currently holding around 1.6bar of boost on my car without any problems.
I hope none of my readers experience this. If do, shop around before running to the auto dealer or the first repair shop. I would also weigh my options before filing an insurance claim. Shop around. Thanks for reading.