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Old 05-27-2008, 03:31 PM   #11
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this technique has been tried on serveral vehichles my stealth got the most increase which i say was around 62 but in reality was more because i drove around my town a few times before i tripped my milage odometer..here is the list of vehicles that i have tried it on



you guys can speculate on this all you want it works i know it works and as for heating up the entire tank to 180 degrees i doubt that will happen its like an instant hot water heater it only heats the water up after in runs throug the coil if you put your hand ten feet back its not hot..and i ran that stealth for almost a year before i wrecked it with no problems and constant results.
Then you should have constant data to back up this claim and not just one tank that was only partially monitored, right?
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Old 05-27-2008, 04:04 PM   #12
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you are heating it up vaoprizing or expanding meanin all the fuel will be burnt just make a 3/8 copper coil around your hot radiator hose and connect the gas lines it IS that simple and you will see CRAZY improvments
That was the claim of the Pogue carburetor. That myth is really old.

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Old 05-27-2008, 04:35 PM   #13
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this is one reason i have kept this to myself jack people like to ridicule things that could possibly help them if they didnt already know it...one tank of gas? lol i wish my gas mileage was that good to make one tank last a YEAR as posted but why do i need to keep monitoring it when i can see that my gas needle takes a week to move from full...lol if you dont like what i say and have done then dont do it if you want to increase your gas milage do it see for yourself i dont have anything to prove to anyone.
you see the material you need..you might need some brass compression fittings to connect to your fuel lines but once the coil is made it only takes about fifteen minutes to install...so you want to question my claims TEST it..
then you come back and talk to me
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Old 05-27-2008, 04:56 PM   #14
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...so you want to question my claims TEST it..
then you come back and talk to me
Let's see...

Risk posed by fuel leakage = high.

Evidence that this will improve my mileage = none.

I'm not sure I can handle the math on this one
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Old 05-27-2008, 05:24 PM   #15
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so you cant tighten a compression fitting taht wont leak..yea you better not try it..look you guys can do what you want i was just trying to help out and im just about tired of the "you dont know what youre talking about attitude"
so do it or dont i dont really care after the response im getting from you guys
what reason do i have to make this up?maybe i just thought might gas mileage increased in that case no need to make them for my 2 vehicles now i just imagine it and i should be able to drive 3000 miles by with 3 fill ups oh yea that happened or maybe i imagined it either way you guys make your areodynamics (which i like and the other "techniques you guys spend your money on and ill make my copper coils from the material i get from work and everone have a good life

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Old 05-27-2008, 05:55 PM   #16
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Ever use periods? (.) It might help.
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Old 05-27-2008, 06:02 PM   #17
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yes when i have to but generally try to type so it will be read as i would say
it...fast as if it were one long sentance.do you have something to say about my three period spaces too?am i not allowed to pause in my long statments?
are my feeling supposed to be hurt?you worry about the way you type and ill worry about the way i type.if you dont like it dont read it

people have the worst attitudes now a days everyone thinks they know more than the next and most try to insult the people that have intentions only to help..whats wrong with the world?
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Old 05-27-2008, 06:25 PM   #18
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Even if you had something worthwhile, your writing style killed any credibility you might have had.
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Old 05-27-2008, 06:36 PM   #19
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ok lets get one thing straight for the last time
**** my credibility do you think i care if you believe me?
i try to help out whoever where ever and thats all i was trying to do.
but instead of testing out what i guess i imagined you insult my grammar?
cool thank you everyone for your superior knowledge and for helping me realize that i have no clue what im talking about and that my fuel gauges must be broke.this forum is supposed to help people increase mpg which the method i suggested ****ing WORKS.
my grammar didnt kill my credibility its all you ****ing know it alls.
now when people find this thread looking to increase thier mpg easily you will try to tell them that there is no "easy" way and my method that i will continue to use as long as i use gas will be ruled out for no good reason and with all that going on ill be living the same great life that i have been living no thanks to the people like alot of you...
but like i said before whatever..peace everyone and if any of you got angry after reading this post then you need to step back and take a good look at yourself in the mirror
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You have to be aware that if you post that something works with no hard data to back it up that people aren't going to believe you. Maybe it did work (which if it did, it certainly didn't give you the claimed 62MPG), but without anything to back it up how can we believe it? Especially when you make a claim of an over 200% increase over EPA from one simple mod. Plus you said you wrecked the car doing over 120MPH. You don't get 62MPG in a car that has an EPA of 18MPG by driving at 120MPH. Yes I realize that you didn't drive everywhere like that, but that is a clue as to the fact that you probably weren't driving the car for FE. Don't take it as a personal attack, you just have to be prepared to back up a claim like that.
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