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Old 03-06-2006, 03:54 AM   #11
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If your friend is in the ffi

If your friend is in the ffi program have them give you a few samples and try them for yourself, if they work for you then tell someone else about it. if not then you didnt invest anything to begin with. as far as the marketing is concerned, every business in the world works the same way, they start at the top and spread out as they grow in depth. anyway forget the marketing for now, try the mpg-cap and keep us posted
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Old 03-06-2006, 09:14 AM   #12
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try the mpg-cap and keep us posted
I agree. Maybe like 5 of us could test it and figure out once and for all if it works? Any volunteers?
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Old 03-06-2006, 09:33 AM   #13
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try the mpg-cap and keep us posted
I agree. Maybe like 5 of us could test it and figure out once and for all if it works? Any volunteers?
Count me in.... As long as they are provided free of charge.
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Old 03-06-2006, 04:55 PM   #14
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I would be game providing I get the car running anytime soon,
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Old 03-08-2006, 06:18 PM   #15
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Couldn't have said it


Couldn't have said it better. In fact, these companies are breaking the law. A requirement of registration with the EPA is an agreement stating "...you will not represent, directly or indirectly, in any notice, circular, letter,....that registration of this additive constitutes endorsement, certification, or approval by any agency of the United States..."

Carb cleaner has the same registration under 40 CFR 79 rulings. It's a huge scam...and I feel for people getting involved, because there's a guy at the top that's making a killing off of ignorance.

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Old 09-08-2006, 11:46 AM   #16
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Mpg-caps/mpg-boost Test!

I have been introduce to the FFi MPG-CAPS/BOOST recently. I am very skeptical of MLM systems and the products associated with them.

In researching the product and talking with people who use the product (not distributors)...they tell me to my face it works for them! My friend is a very creditable and trustworthy person who wouldn't want to tarnish his reputation.

Even though I do trust him...I still am leary...
He said to take the product for free...try it to see for yourself. He gave me 5 units (3/ 20 gal fills). I also purchased enough to have 4 other friends with different vehicles try it.

All five people are establishing base line MPG for their vehicles before introducing the product. I have half a tank left to establish a baseline MPG.

The five vehicles I am testing are as follows:
1. 2003 Mit. Montero: My vehicle
2. 2000 Ford Expedition
3. 2001 Chevy Siverado
4. 1994 Mazda Protoge'
5. 2003 GMC Envoy: FFi Distributor

***Only One of the participants is associated with FFi ***

We have the FFi directions for proper use...

I will collect all the data and post results when complete. We will see if this really works or not! If the product lives up to what they claim...I would have to say it is revolutionary...considering nothing else has really been proven. FFi states that the product is 100% effective if used correctly! The proff is in the pudding!

I have personally invested $30 to see if the results are there. Small price to pay to see if what FFi claims is valid or just another scam!

Stay Posted Results should be in 4 to 5 weeks!
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Old 09-08-2006, 12:00 PM   #17
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I have been introduce to the FFi MPG-CAPS/BOOST recently. I am very skeptical of MLM systems and the products associated with them.

In researching the product and talking with people who use the product (not distributors)...they tell me to my face it works for them! My friend is a very creditable and trustworthy person who wouldn't want to tarnish his reputation.

Even though I do trust him...I still am leary...
He said to take the product for free...try it to see for yourself. He gave me 5 units (3/ 20 gal fills). I also purchased enough to have 4 other friends with different vehicles try it.

All five people are establishing base line MPG for their vehicles before introducing the product. I have half a tank left to establish a baseline MPG.

The five vehicles I am testing are as follows:
1. 2003 Mit. Montero: My vehicle
2. 2000 Ford Expedition
3. 2001 Chevy Siverado
4. 1994 Mazda Protoge'
5. 2003 GMC Envoy: FFi Distributor

***Only One of the participants is associated with FFi ***

We have the FFi directions for proper use...

I will collect all the data and post results when complete. We will see if this really works or not! If the product lives up to what they claim...I would have to say it is revolutionary...considering nothing else has really been proven. FFi states that the product is 100% effective if used correctly! The proff is in the pudding!

I have personally invested $30 to see if the results are there. Small price to pay to see if what FFi claims is valid or just another scam!

Stay Posted Results should be in 4 to 5 weeks!

You mentioned no use of placebos or any type of blind study. How do you plan on preventing the hawthorne effect?
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http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?id=1850036
Good luck with the test.
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Old 09-09-2006, 01:50 PM   #20
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They did show a Scan Gauge that AAA used to test the pills
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