Yes it does... as long as you remove the throttle plate so that the
airsteam doesnt get 'straightened out' again.
Notice the TV demos are always on the dyno at WOT.
Where is the site that sells the companion engine control computer?... as
you have now turned the engine into a binary device, the ignition supply
must be switched on and off to moderate speed and power.
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!
On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 13:30:42 GMT, Backyard Mechanic
The calender is worth a hell of a lot more than the Tornado!
At least it has no chance of being harmful to the engine. I
keep wondering what happens if one of those blades snaps off
and goes into the engine. If these things actually worked,
the owners of the patents couldn't beat the auto
manufacturers' lawyers out of their homes and offices fast
I actually saw the folks on one of the "fix your car" TV shows RECOMMEND the
Tornado! I couldn't believe my eyes. They installed it along with some other
worthwhile) modifications and touted it's effectiveness. IIRC, it was Two Guys
on the Speed Channel.
THAT AIN'T TRUE JIM!!!!!
I have a tornado, turbonator, fuel line alignment magnets, throttle body
spacer, spark plug tip extenders, air gap distributor cap, and exhaust tip
spinners on my car, and it now gets 125 mpg.. and when I put it on the dyno,
it had so much hp, that the dyno could not read it!!!! :-)
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