The Fuelless Engine Model # 2 ( Order # 362-RCm2 )
I purchased your plans on 09/30/2013. I have built a operating motor, and it works fine. I made a minor change, wiring the coils. Wired them series-parallel, separated the north south pole coils using jumpers.
Mike B, Navarre, Ohio USA
Web Reply: Sound great Mike! I am glad you like our motor. We made the plan and the motor simple in design so just about anyone can build them. This free energy motor also comes in a kit. Contact me for more details.
Creative Science & Research
The Fuelless Engine Low HP pancake motor!
I built the Fuelless Engine pancake motor and it is running great! I am using a laser tach and I am
getting about 2700 rpm's. I will send you a picture. I have started in total ignorance but the commitment
remains. You have been in my prayers.
Donald H. USA
The Fuelless Heater!
I just wanted to inform you, I am amazed by your Fuelless Heater, Wow! It really works! I have been an mechanic for about 10 years and when I saw how much heat came from my small spaghetti can heater I was absolutely AMAZED!! I am building a Hybrid car and will build a bigger unit to heat it with. I am also going to build your Fuelless Engine.
Sonny Schade USA
Fuel From Water - Run Your Car On Water!
David Waggoner or Rick Gibson,
Last year in high school I set out to run my car on an alternative fuel. I
built an electrolyzer ( hydrogen fuel cell ) out of my own design and actually
started and idled a 302/5.OL carbureted engine from a 1971 Ford Mustang.
Tyler Akins USA
Notice: You must be 18 years or older to buy these plans.
CD Package Deal 1
Dear Creative Science & Research,
I have placed a new order for the CD ( all 33 plans and 3 video on your website for $300 ) which I would
like to download. If you prefer FedEx Courier Shipping please advise. In case of courier shipment,
do not declare a value of $300 otherwise I will be paying a huge amount of import tax.
I would prefer DOWNLOADING it, despite the large file size. My internet connection is ADSL and
is suitable for large downloads.
Thank you for the fuelless engine plans, which I downloaded.
All the best to you,
Daniel Rueppel South Africa
I bought your CD Package #1, and have found it fascinating. I have built a prototype of the Fuelless Heater and found that it works as advertised. I am also working on the hydrogen electrolyzer. I am an aircraft mechanic and Inspector. I built the heater in our hangar and found there to be a lot of interest as onlookers passed by. It is not surprising after all; especially here in Minnesota. So the obvious question is, what is the patent status and how can this technology be brought to more people? Especially the people who can't build them themselves.
I am wondering if you get dozens of emails like this. I hope so. However, I recognize the seriousness of patent infringement, liability issues, free-energy technology opposition, etc. I want to be on the up and up with you. I believe that through the underground, so-to-speak, much can be accomplished. I understand the importance of staying away from the media on something like this, And educating all participants in the realities of this world, which I am fairly well versed in.
Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon.
All the Best.
Peter Delton USA
Phone Conversation from James Vanhoese USA 8-30-2005
I have a friend " Thomas " who purchased some plans from you, He built 6 homemade batteries from your # 396 plans and is using them to light his entire home! He removed the light bulbs from his 120 Volt AC system and is using your batteries to provide all the lighting in there home. I think that's awesome! Now he is coming over to my house to teach me how to build my own batteries so I can have free energy lighting as well!
James that's great! Have your friend Thomas call or write us so we can
talk. I have never heard of anyone using our battery plans to light there entire home! Wow!
We only designed the plans to run small emergency lighting.
The Fuelless Engine Connected to a Car Alternator
Runs an Entire Home!
Phone Conversation from Jerry Salmons WV USA 9-6-2005
Hello, this is Jerry Salmons, I want to order your #362 Fuelless Engine plans, I ran into a man who works at Home Depot and he told me about you guys, He said he built 2 Fuelless Engine motors from your plans and is running his entire home with them. He said he is using the Fuelless Motors to run 2 high amp 12 volt car alternators and the car alternators are running and charging 12 volt car batteries or marine batteries, The batteries are then connected to a qty of 2 - 5000 watt inverters which steps up the voltage to 120 V AC to run his entire home! he is running all his lighting, appliances, TV and heating etc...
That is awesome Jerry! I have never heard of a customer building 2 motors and running 2 alternators with them. Wedesigned our Fuelless Engine to run our SP500 Low rpm generator, This is the most high efficient way to do it. But if the alternators are working for this guy then that is great! Alternators are also very high efficient generators but they are not low rpm, we designed our system to use a low rpm generator to produce higher voltages and then we step down the voltages to 120 V AC with high amperage, using old or new high voltage microwave oven transformers. It is much more efficient this way and causes less stress on the motor.
Free Energy Science is for Everyone!
Dear Professor Waggoner
I read an article on the net a few years ago about water powered engines in America, I was a bit skeptical about it, but now I totally believe it is true! Governments have been hiding the secrets of science from people for too long, especially Oil Companies. I applaud you for your work and for giving back to the people, Science should be for everyone!
3 Lansby court Riverton
Tuesday March 23, 2004
Lab Broken Into!
David, to answer your questions:
I have been in this research for about 20 yrs I have seen some of my friends threatened and run out of the research!!! So I keep a very low profile needless to say. A friends lab was broke into and everything taken and trash empted and vacuumed and all prototypes and materials gone like he never did any research at all!!! so I can relate to you're situation totally that's why I deal with only a few (2) close friends only.
As you can see I email from work and from home. Wayne is my boss at work and the email is set up in his
name. I did not get a drawing on where to place the coil or where to hook it up. In parallel with the two wires?
We are sending photos of ourselves in our lab and as you can see I trust you to let you see what we look like!!!
Thanks for the confidence in us and trust !!!!!!
We will keep you close to what we are doing and the results we have. Thanks again David it's nice to know we are not alone!
Kevin Wallrose USA
I have reviewed your Fuelless Heater plans- just a few questions, if you have the time...
In your research, does the center rod need to be solid zinc or just zinc plated? Can it
be a hollow pipe or does it need to be solid? And finally, can it be aluminum or another
alloy? Thank You for the answers. I really enjoy your plans just reading them is a pleasure
for my imagination.
Kirk patrick USA
Kirk, to answer your questions, the zinc rod can be a zinc plated long bolt which you can buy at any hardware store, most nuts and bolts are zinc plated. It must be solid and can not be aluminum.
The Air Engine:
Dear David Waggoner.
The plans downloaded and printed great! Many thanks for the prompt service, You must have known it was
my birthday on Monday.
The Air Engine is up and running with no problems! I am running a 2 stroke engine, using just the cylinder piston and feeding the air through the plug hole, and it works a great!
George Elsom. UK
The Fuelless Heater:
Dear David Waggoner
Hi again, this is Peggy Schleicher. I am here in _______ visiting the folks and
have ordered the HV electromagnet and homemade battery plans.
I have built the Fuelless Heater and it works great! I am now getting the
parts together to make the 1 hp Fuelless motor.
just to let you know the capacitor specialists were trying to sell the
$70.00ea computer grade 400v 470uf capacitors. I explained that the motor
parts cost was to be around $150.00. he then came up with the required
capacitors for $9.00 each.
Peggy Myra Schleicher USA
I have enjoyed reading the plans that I ordered. The information is incredible!
Mark Teller USA
Science Fair project:
Thank you so much for helping the kids with this project.
( Plans # 396 Homemade batteries for there sons Science Fair project)
Jenny Pirc USA
Notice: Many of our plans are designed for adults over 18 years of age.