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hydrodine Offline
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Any Real Results Anyone?
I am starting to think that the efi is a waste of money, everything i read nobody has real results. Mike you got the money from 3 efi you sold me, Not counting the o2 sensor you said to replace that worked fine before the efi. Not the first one has performed as advertised, My saturn, My chevy truck nor my mercury. I feel like you are selling untested technology that is not compatable with OBD II systems.
07-08-2008 11:42 AM
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I personally don't see the reason why EFIE is required. I just use the o2 gapper, but yet again, people say that doesn't work either. Works for me though! I don't use EFIE, nor I think will I ever, so I'm just plain-o confused lol!

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07-08-2008 02:20 PM
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Seems to me I've read many posts by people on this forum who have realized gains/bigger gains with the EFIE than when running without it. I'm one of them, although not the best of examples.

The O2 extenders aren't adjustable like the EFIE is.
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07-08-2008 03:26 PM
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jksav7 Wrote:The O2 extenders are adjustable like the EFIE is.

Did you mean "aren't adjustable"?Big Grin

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07-08-2008 03:33 PM
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RDKamikaze Offline
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Yeah, I would think you mean o2 extenders aren't adjustable :P . I just bought and installed one for my front o2 sensor (on header) tonight, because I've only had one by my catback to get rid of the CEL for my aftermarket header. I'll let everyone know if it helps more because I'm going on a 160-mile mountain drive on Wednesday!

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07-08-2008 06:57 PM
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I have got no positive results either. My EFIE does work good with steady voltages and output tests. Just can not get any MPG gains no matter what.
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07-09-2008 01:27 PM
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RDKamikaze Offline
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DAJO, what setup are you using? Could you post pictuires on a seperate thread and I, as well as others, could try to help you in getting positive gains? Thanks!

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07-09-2008 01:43 PM
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what setup are you using?
I am using a fuel heater by Bright Green and acetone mix. So far just spent a lot of money and no results. I am ordering a Hy Zor kit today, hope it too is not just a waste. I have wasted money before on things that do not work LOL
07-09-2008 02:07 PM
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Hahaha, I understand what you mean. There are plenty of scams out there (magnetic fuel line thing, fuel-saving "chips", fuel pill etc.) to "save" fuel, but this one is not. If done correctly, it can yield great results! Start a thread and post some pics with your setup, people will jump all over it to help Smile .

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07-09-2008 02:10 PM
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I guess i need to finish my HyZor, Its half built, just sick and tired of pissing away good money. I have had no mileage gains at all. Same mileage with or without efi and hho.
07-09-2008 05:08 PM
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