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Do those tornado fuel saver work well on turbo-charged cars?
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Do those tornado fuel saver work well on turbo-charged cars?
I gotta 89 supra and I wanna save a little extra gas with one of these but I don't wanna buy it if it messes up my car.
I understand that the tornado goes on pre-intake manifold after the intercooler in order to perform.
The thing I am unsure about is the extreme boost from the turbo and the possibility that it could damage the tornado and even suck part of it into the manifold and mess something up bad.
Also, I am wondering if they even perform well on turbo cars, since that typhoon-like air circulation already is demonstrated by the turbo. I think... I dunno, pleasse somebody!
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09-30-2012 01:30 AM
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RE: Do those tornado fuel saver work well on turbo-charged cars?
No data. I've never use them before. But my guess is that (like you suspect) they would add minimal efficiency to the turbo. But it's just a guess. Hopefully someone has some experience with those devices and can help us out with this one.

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10-01-2012 03:09 PM
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RE: Do those tornado fuel saver work well on turbo-charged cars?
Hi Starseo,

I am not sure about the tornado but I have had some recent tests in on another fuel saving device that's pretty good.

I have a 25 and a thirty miles difference recorded in city like driving conditions on our island. Where we stop, slow down and go frequently and hills also. I am still gathering more ststistical information as it refers to actual miles. I have more drive cycle base statistics than actual miles.

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10-04-2012 06:47 PM
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RE: Do those tornado fuel saver work well on turbo-charged cars?
(09-30-2012 01:30 AM)starseo38 Wrote:  I gotta 89 supra and I wanna save a little extra gas with one of these but I don't wanna buy it if it messes up my car.
I understand that the tornado goes on pre-intake manifold after the intercooler in order to perform.
The thing I am unsure about is the extreme boost from the turbo and the possibility that it could damage the tornado and even suck part of it into the manifold and mess something up bad.
Also, I am wondering if they even perform well on turbo cars, since that typhoon-like air circulation already is demonstrated by the turbo. I think... I dunno, pleasse somebody!
thank you!

Save your money- they are magnets. There is nothing metalic in fuel to react to a magnet.
10-04-2012 10:16 PM
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