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Old 04-22-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
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Install & tune a vehichle for magnets:Increase MPG, Decrease Fuel consumption (DIY)

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I just want to share with you this DIY(Do it yourself) method to install and tune a car for magnets that results in increase of MPG and decrease of GPH(gallons per hour) for less fuel consumption of about 14%.

As you can see in these 2 vidoes: (Video links removed)

As you can see in the above videos, the Scanguage II Test meter shows the GPH without magnets installed as 0.17 and after installation and 20 minutes test drive it decreases to 0.15 i.e. a 25% decrease or 14.7% decrease in fuel consumption. So you can do it yourself to get low fuel consumption by simply installing the magnets in fuel line of your car/truck etc.
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:49 AM   #2
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Magnets? Are you serious? Magnets have been proven by EPA and private lab testing to NOT WORK.
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After watching the videos, there's something fishy going on. A Scangauge calculates the GPH based on the amount of AIR going into the engine. If the engine was using less fuel at idle, it would have to be compensated for by adjusting the offset at the next fillup.
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Re: Install & tune a vehichle for magnets:Increase MPG, Decrease Fuel consumption (DI

Found the same post on another forum.

http://www.hypermilingforum.com/foru...d.php?p=562615

I suspect SPAM!!
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Yeah, I figured I'd let everyone thrash on him, make him squirm, then ban him. If he's put the exact same thing elsewhere, its time to ban.
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magnets work....they stick to metal. lol

good for holding papers on refrigerators.
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