This is the system I put in my car about 2 months ago and my results are no less then fascinating. I am getting an increase of 6 MPG or 23% Increase. I have a 2000 Crysler Cirrus with over a 100,000 miles on it and my MPG was 25.5 and went up to 31.4 MPG. I have not had my emissions tested but my mechanic told me since the fulel is being combusted better my emissions should have been reduced. I am looking for a place to test them so I can see what they are right now.
it is well worth the $349 I bought it for.
Fuel Intake Line
Coolant to line bottom half
This really makes the heat come out hotter. Can not wait to find out how well it helps my AC!!
It's always interesting to me how the Internet allows someone to just rant without providing any proof. To read a peer reviewed, academic study written by a professor of physics, published in an energy periodical, with verified MPG increase results, both in a lab and on the road, read, "Electrorheology" found at this URL: http://vortexfuelsaver.com/literature_32.html
You might also want to read some of the case studies using the Vortex Fuel Saver, including the IFTA tax filing by LaMonica Fine Foods, or the results of testing by Battle Creek (MI) Transit, or the testimonials by working mechanics, etc., found at: http://vortexfuelsaver.com/proof_28.html
Please read the web site with an open mind and then decide.
December 30, 2009 08:45 AM
It's a Hoax
This thing is a hoax. I'm not sure how you're doing your math, (or if you're even doing math) but magnets on a fuel line, coolant line, or any other line on an internal combustion engine are not going to give you increased MPG.