Thank you tbone, i like the sarcasm, anyway i have been trying to tell
people about this and everyone is
a cynic which i dont blame people for being that way because i was the
same way. actually it is a product that my diesel mechanic brought to me
and said try some and if you dont see results ill give you a hundred
dollars so i said sounds like an easy bet, needless to say i lost the
General haig is going to be doing a presentation in june on CNBC world
wide. this stuff works in gas or diesel engines, my old man farms up here
in north dakota, any way he has been using it in his john deere 9400
has triples on it, this thing burn 200 gallons every 12 hours he told me
that the last time he checked he was saving 2 gallons an hour which is
huge for him. what i would like to see is more people using the product,
it saves on mileage they gauruntee it, reduces emissions up to 80%, and
gives up to a 20% power boost in diesel engines, who in their right mind
wouldnt want to use it, the city of dallas uses it in all city vehicles,
the us government has been using it for over 9 years. i dont know what to
say i just wish people kept an open mind because it actually works, there
are people all around here using it and saving money.
Who gives a shit if General Haig is promoting this crap? I might pay
attention if the subject concerns the military, but he's no more of an
authority on automotive issues than you or your average Joe. Oh, try to use
some capitalization and punctuation the next time you spam.
Well, I'm glad to hear it bt sarcasm or not, it is still the truth.
You were until you though that you could make some money suckering others.
> actually it is a product that my diesel mechanic brought to me
Sure you did, after all, why make $100 when you can possibly make thousands
or possibly even millions ripping off fools.
Hey, why not. Why shouldn't he make some money screwing others as well.
Sure you would, that would put more $$$$$$$ in your pocket.
First of all, a guarantee is only as good as the company offering it and
since you have yet to even mention the name of it, so far that is worthless.
Now perhaps you care to explain exactly how this mystery additive works.
Tell me, does it come with magnets?
This means nothing, city and state governments also tried those fuel
magnets. Does that mean that they work as well? If this test was so
sucessfull for over 9 years, how come I never heard of this crap until now.
Here ios a question, is this stuff called Fuel-on?
If it works so well and for over 9 years as you claim, how come none of us
have heard of it before? Sorry dude, but it just screams SCAM to me and I'm
sure just about everyone in hear as well.
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
So, you are merely taking 5 gallons of fuel and turning it into 6
gallons of fuel by virtue of the 1 gallon of additive. So let's say
I get 20 mpg, only have 5 gallons of fuel but by adding your
gallon of miracle goo, I'm going to go 120 miles rather than
100 is that right? That's a 20% increase right? HEY BOZO...
that's the same thing as just putting another gallon of fuel in and
not taking it into consideration when calculating the distance traveled.
Reminds me a saying I haven't heard in a long long time: There's a
sucker born every minute...and ten people born to sell him something.
So just what is this secret device? Don't tell me you've fallen for that
stupid turbulator sheetmetal gizmo people put in the air intake. Or is it
the high flow K&N filter that allows damaging dirt into your engine. Oh Oh,
I bet I know, ... it's a complete scAMSOIL setup including all their
overpriced worthless gizmos. Do us all a favor, PISS OFF SPAMMY.
I saw on their TV add "guaranteed to increase horsepower as much as 10%!"
as in, there IS a guarantee, for UP TO 10%, so a 1% or even a -10% gain is
guaranteed, or your money back!!
straight from http://www.knfilters.com/lineenvir.htm
"A clean air filter can also improve fuel mileage by up to 10%* over a
clogged air filter. That 10% of fuel that is saved also helps to reduce
vehicle emissions related pollution."
* See http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/maintain.shtml
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