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Old 10-20-2006
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What do u guys think of this...

I just heard an advertisement for this on the radio and thought I would check it out. What do u guys think about it? Check out the website and post your thoughts. Is it worth the money? Sounds like it makes sense but what do I know. It seems a little pricey for ultimately just adding a filter of sorts.

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Nonsense. If it was that easy to increase fuel economy 15~30%, the manufacturers would have been all over it already.
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I find it hard to believe this thing will give the advertised 15-30% increase in fuel economy just by filtering the PCV fumes. Sounds like a load of BS to me.
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I'm gonna have to throw it up on this one...
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"the patented separation process which incorporates the nine laws of physics"
sounds like a huge load to me. If it was that simple cars/trucks would come with it.
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PCV filter wow
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Nonsense. If it was that easy to increase fuel economy 15~30%, the manufacturers would have been all over it already.
Very good point. It seems too simple to be such "ground breaking technology"
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but i think it would work...lol...NO
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Manager where I work bought used 2005 Chevrolet 1500 with one installed on it he was told it would improve gas mileage well only thing I have noticed is that it has a bit of oil in the bottom all the time and that he is wanting to buy an old Nissan pickup or Ranger as it is getting about 18 miles to the gallon and I do believe that is what they say they will get without the "miracle" add on
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This thing is right up there with synthetic blinker fluid.
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