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Fitch Fuel
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Fitch Fuel
http://www.fitchfuelcatalyst.com/

Haven't used it yet, but I've heard good things.


And BTW, I'm Cowboy. Using HHO on a '94 Protege, and did have it on a '07 F150 5.4L. The one on the truck broke. Working on building another of a different design. Haven't settled on Tero or stepped tube. Don't have the material for either so it depends on what I come across.
07-15-2008 01:30 PM
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RE: Fitch Fuel
Cowboy Wrote:http://www.fitchfuelcatalyst.com/

Haven't used it yet, but I've heard good things.


And BTW, I'm Cowboy. Using HHO on a '94 Protege, and did have it on a '07 F150 5.4L. The one on the truck broke. Working on building another of a different design. Haven't settled on Tero or stepped tube. Don't have the material for either so it depends on what I come across.

It looks like this only improves mileage by 2 to 2.5 MPG for $177

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07-15-2008 06:14 PM
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RE: Fitch Fuel
I don't think they designed it for mileage, that's just an added bonus. I think it's just for restoring fuel to the octane that's advertised. Better octane fuel should give us better results with the hydrogen systems. More or less I'm hoping to find someone that's used it so I can get a good independent review of it.
07-16-2008 06:31 AM
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RE: Fitch Fuel
Cowboy Wrote:I don't think they designed it for mileage, that's just an added bonus. I think it's just for restoring fuel to the octane that's advertised. Better octane fuel should give us better results with the hydrogen systems. More or less I'm hoping to find someone that's used it so I can get a good independent review of it.

I've been running a SAVE Fuel SL50 @ 1 LPM since April 08. I have switched back and forth between 85 & 93 octane and it doesn't seem to make much difference in MPG.

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07-16-2008 07:08 AM
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Well doesn't that suck. One more theory down the tube for me... Thanks for the input though. Big Grin
07-16-2008 07:56 AM
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RE: Fitch Fuel
I had talked to a guy awhile ago he had a 2006 honda ridgeline and was using the fitch fuel system and K&n cold air intake,NGK v-power plugs and synthetic oil and had went up 6-7 mpg
07-16-2008 08:18 AM
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