OK, I'll be among the first...
Next time you decide to spend $178.00 on a supposed super fuel saving device
do yourself a favor and send me half the price ($89.00) and then don't buy
it. Look at it this way, you'll save half the amount and you won't have to
install anything that doesn't work. Less money spent, less work, less
disappointment - it works out for both of us in the end.
I read over the information and noticed three interesting things:
1. The list of magazines and media outlets they list are represented as
"Advertised In" and not "Approved, tested or endorsed by".
2. No independent lab tests to verify their claims. Also notice they don't
list any specifics about the device that supposedly got 205 mpg for Ford
back in 1936. Since we entered WWII only 5 years later and fuel supply was
a huge problem in both Europe and the Pacific, then why wasn't this device
used in the military?
3. They claim many other fuel saving devices have either been bought out or
forced out of business presumably by the oil and/or auto manufacturing
industry, and yet they themselves haven't been bought out or forced out of
business. Things that make you go Hmmmm...
Fact: The federal government sets emissions and mileage standards, not the
auto or oil industries.
Fact: Any auto manufacturer that could improve mileage would do so in a
heartbeat in order to have the edge over their competition, and any device
that would help them meet emissions standards and CAFE ratings would be
bought and used in a heartbeat.
Fact: If patents and copyrights can be gotten around in foreign countries
for stuff like prescription medications, music, movies, etc. then why hasn't
anyone bothered to produce this super duper fuel saver and market it
elsewhere in the world? If this thing were so all-fired wonderful,
third-world and developing nations with no interesting in enforcing patents
and copyrights but with a tremendous interest in saving money on fuel would
be falling all over themselves to get this thing.
Fact: There are companies that operate very large fleets of vehicles. If
this thing actually worked as advertised, then why oh why isn't at least one
large fleet operator making them mandatory on all their vehicles in order to
Good luck, and if you're still feeling lucky after you install it then I've
got some swampland in Florida I'm looking to sell...
Cheers - Jonathan
yep, and use the thing as a sinker on your next fishing trip, and get the
money back for tequila.
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