(02-07-2012 07:14 AM)romeo Wrote:
(01-19-2012 10:31 AM)Thor Wrote:
(01-15-2012 02:55 PM)chrisdibor Wrote: Hi guys, I am trying to make up my mind to commit one of the vaporizer units. which would you recommend and why? how much fuel savings do you get (with or without EFI)? Has anyone tried it with volo?
Responses will be appreciated please
Chris, both are awesome products - I use them with my vehicles. The MPG website http://www.agsvaporizermpg.com I think might be better for smaller engines cause it is a smaller unit. Not sure if its built that way by design or was just designed that way.
The other one at http://www.agsint.com/atom.htm is the GLS unit, which I have installed on my larger vehicle than my wife's. Both do aboutt he same job from what I can see. Never the less, I'm impressed with both systems. All I can tell you is to try them to see what I'm talking about as, I'm very impressed with both.
thor, were your emissions tests done a state run test center or private test center? The reason I ask is, because of the state by state test centers - some states allow for independent testing while others don't. My fuel economy is what I noticed as my best results.
hi romeo, in response to your question, mine was done in a private (state approved) emissions center. In which I owe you and rpatzer an apology after reading your's and rpatzer's comments. Chad, my emissions guy and (kidde corner neighbor) explained my readings to me a second time around yesterday.
After further review with him, I did not reduce emissions but, I did not gain any increase in emissions either. When he told me he was surprised that there were no increases to my NOx levels, he explained it in terms of 18% lower than he'd expected from my results. That's where I reported (in error) previously that I decreased my emission by 18%.
So please accept my apologies for assuming what he didn't say. Chad said he bought one as well for his vehicle and as best as he could explain it, the 02 sensors worked well enough with the onboard computer chip to reduce fuel amount reading at the injection system to offset and get neutral readings. As Chad's had an (ever so slight) increase.
Once again, "thanks to rpatzer" for posting as I got a clue on exactly what you asked for.
(By the way, Chad reports he got a 23% increase in his F250 V8 pickup.) ---
so kudos to Chad