I have used this product and will continue to use it! getting 25% better mpg with 2004 dodge intrepid!
Secret "gas pill", eh?
That web site sounds exactly like the old "Moth Ball" scam! Gee, I HOPE you didn't fork over money for this "business", because the only way you make money doing that is reeling in more suckers! And I'm sure the only reason why your post hasn't been deleted (by the moderators) yet, is just because our replies to your post help warn newcomers (to this site) about how to spot such scams (that do more to releave you of your money, than to help gas mileage)!
Simply put, this site is about gas saving techniques, modifications, and yes even "additives", that actually work! It's not about all the BS "snake oil" that does nothing (or worse yet, harms your car), that some fly by night "business" tries to scam people out of their money with. Unlike a lot of web sites, we actually test claims here, and therefore can spot such scams a mile off.
However, we are also willing to give some claims the benefit of the doubt (as often the things that actually work, are not always the same things that conventional wisdom would pick out).
Therefore, if you wish to prove your product is the exception (despite "scam" being written all over how your web site is setup), please provide some free samples for testing, and I'm sure there are people here (with the willingness, desire, and test equipment, to give a fair analysis of the product) that would volunteer to help you prove your theories. But "the proof is in the pudding" as it were, and the ball is again in your court...
Note to other forum members:
Yes, I have an open mind. In fact, I've make a few "creative" (but effective) suggestions on this forum (for example, my comments about saving electricity in a car helping FE). And I'm even willing to pay for quality when it is of genuine benefit (for example, the high quality synthetic oil and filters I use in my car), so it's not a matter of being unwilling to pay for a product that really helps. But I really HATE the ethics of these snake oil salesman, that would happily sell you garbage (or worse yet, try to turn you into a salesman for garbage) that has little or no effect (or worse yet, many of these products can actually HARM your car)!
Someone else may want to try it, but I can't justify risking damage to a fine automobile like Cavalier
lol. good one. I'd test it out on an older cavalier as they're a dime a dozen around here. Still, I wouldn't put anything in the fuel tank (gasoline wise) that isn't called for in the owners manual. You may think you'll save money while the company takes your money, and your forced to put out quadruple the investment in engine repairs. Not worth it.
2000 Dodge Durango R/T 5.9L V8 - 146,000kms
1999 Ford Taurus SE 3.0L 2V V6 - 173,000kms