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Old 05-01-2008, 03:57 PM   #61
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By the way, when I hear it's been banned from racing is probably when I'll sit up and take notice
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I remember The RoadWarrior..To understand who he was, you have to go back to another time..the world was powered by the black fuel & the desert sprouted great cities..Gone now, swept away..two mighty warrior tribes went to war & touched off a blaze which engulfed them all. Without fuel, they were nothing..thundering machines sputtered & stopped..Only those mobile enough to scavenge, brutal enough to pillage would survive. The gangs took over the highways, ready to wage war for a tank of juice
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Old 05-01-2008, 08:57 PM   #62
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The Unsers are using the product (you'll also hear this on the conference call- they were not paid to say what they're saying..)
If they are sponsored in any way by the company, then yes, they are or have been paid.

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Here is an Equity Research Report

Financial data doesn't really present any actual performance data.

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Here's documented reports/tests from bus charters to Southwest Research Institute to Precision Motors to Allied Waste resultsto Extreme Motor Sports (note: this was documented in 2006- a measuring tool is provided right on the bottle now (2008) to make life easier) North Miami Research North Miami Results Tractor Data Petro Ecuador Testing Coca-Cola Results-San Diego

By providing these documented test results, I am not asking you to "take it by faith" but giving you proof...You don't have to believe me, in fact don't- that's ok...There's enough research here to make the military sit up and take notice (as we speak) but..."you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink"
Can you provide links to these documents that aren't all hosted on the same server? You know, like from the companies/organizations directly? I can put up a bunch of official looking documents on my webserver too, but that alone doesn't make them legitimate.
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Old 05-01-2008, 11:57 PM   #63
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I just wanted to say thanks for the laugh. At first I was wondering why you all were even replying to such a post. This "lady"s post has more red flags than a circus.
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I was looking over the MSDS, based on that, vapor pressure, "fruity smell", color, flashpoint, boiling point... I'm guess it's about 25% Butyl Acetate mixed with a high quality vegetable oil. This is similar to the formula for oil paint thinners, which are butyl acetate and linseed oil. This may have been the stuff that the originator started toying with, but I presume the formula has been tweaked more carefully now and that higher quality oil is used. The oil may or may not be linseed anymore, may be a canola based one, but it likely highly filtered and heat treated to remove problems with waxes etc that are in "raw" oils. May have been polymerised, or may have been transesterified.

Butyl Acetate should have similar effects to acetone, and the oil is a top end lube.
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This is in no way intended as a slam against devoted Christians, but I learned long ago that when people wear their faith on their sleaves when money is involved, it's best to keep your money in your pocket!

E.g.: "I'm a good Christian!" = RUN THE OTHER WAY!
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This is in no way intended as a slam against devoted Christians, but I learned long ago that when people wear their faith on their sleaves when money is involved, it's best to keep your money in your pocket!

E.g.: "I'm a good Christian!" = RUN THE OTHER WAY!
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#1 No, I didn't get scared away ....
Too busy selling product- then when the buyers see the gas savings, they are becoming distributors (I have 875 people under me, it's only been 6 weeks...)
And #2 The Christian comment doesn't deserve a response other than saying I'm not using my faith to sell product, I've been a Christian waaaay before even considering the home business field--the only reason my faith came up is that my username was being questioned (why bring God into this...)
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Yes but I saved well over $100 last week alone just by doing absolutely nothing, as you might guess I did nothing to my car and I didn't drive anywhere nor did I start the engine and doing ALL of this cost me nothing

I won't go so far as to calling this product snake oil, but it's on the tip of my tongue.
As was already pointed out, you MAY be able to ship some of this product free of charge to a FEW members who MIGHT be willing to test it for you.
Maybe, if you ask nicely.
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... you MAY be able to ship some of this product free of charge to a FEW members who MIGHT be willing to test it for you.
Maybe, if you ask nicely.
Would that be the christian thing to do?

I am still waiting for her father-in-law to post his MPG results. She has a car and I am sure just seeing her current MPG and car specs would reveal how good the product is. IE: F150 4x4, 5.4L Triton, using this fuel additive, getting 29MPG would be remarkable!
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