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hi all,

anyone have comments on the feasibility of this? or have used this product and can confirm any difference in gains that is described on the web site?

NEO POWER

thanks

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hehe looks dodgy to me too

I might try and selotape some speaker magnets to my fuel line tonight :lol::lol:

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In two words

Don't Bother!

They had this on QVC uk a month or so ago which caught my attention so i thought I'd do a bit of research, found a site from this guy who said he was in the petro-chemicals industry and had see all manner of different inventions which claimed 'improvements' in combustion, efficiency and performance and all in his opinion were rubbish as none of them could be properly scientifically proven.

Bascically he said that engine's were already very efficient and if any of these ideas were any good then the car industry with there millions of R&D would have found it and be using it.

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yeh i did some googling on the subject tonight mikeyboy.. tnx

brettster.. let us know you went :mat: :hehe:

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These have been around for a long time:

http://www.epa.gov/orcdizux/consumer/reports.htm

Specifically, over the years EPA tested the following magnetic devices:

Petro-Mizer, Polarion-X, Super-Mag Fuel Extender, and the Wickliff

Polarizer. None were found to have any measurable effect on fuel

consumption.

The report on the Petro-Mizer quotes Professor John C. Hilliard of the

Automotive Laboratory at the University of Michigan discussing another

magnetic fuel-saving device called the Moleculator. Professor Hilliard

said, "Hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline have hardly any dipole (separation

of positive and negative charges), and for this reason, the fuel molecules

would not align appreciably in this type of device. If they were aligned,

the fuel dipoles would certainly be randomized subsequently - if not in the

fuel line, then in the process of vaporization prior to actual combustion.

Furthermore, even if such an alignment device did what the Moleculator's

manufacturer claims this one does, there would be absolutely no advantage to

any aspect of mixture preparation or flame propagation relating to

combustion efficiency or vehicle fuel economy."

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Same principle as water descalers.

Doesn't then shi*t that it pulls out of the fuel stay in the line??

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Frankly, I'd buy a product called "The Moleculator" simply for the joy of having that name on the box. Fantastic!

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