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Fuel Saver
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Hi,
When looking for an aftermarket fuel saver, you should shop around. The Internet is a useful tool, allowing you to compare many different companies' prices all at once. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.
12-26-2008 01:37 AM
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fuelsave12 Wrote:Hi,
When looking for an aftermarket fuel saver, you should shop around. The Internet is a useful tool, allowing you to compare many different companies' prices all at once. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.

No frauds allowed here; you are a fraud just as much as your product is a fraud. You're an embarrassment to the UK let alone the ECU. May the Greed Bug bite you for evermore, for evermore.....
12-26-2008 06:27 PM
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RE: Fuel Saver
thomasbala Wrote:
fuelsave12 Wrote:Hi,
When looking for an aftermarket fuel saver, you should shop around. The Internet is a useful tool, allowing you to compare many different companies' prices all at once. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.

No frauds allowed here; you are a fraud just as much as your product is a fraud. You're an embarrassment to the UK let alone the ECU. May the Greed Bug bite you for evermore, for evermore.....

Wow, fuelsave12, did you REALLY just do that? I think thom was 100% honest in his reply, because we don't need someone advertising on our forum, let alone coming here and being like "shop around for our dir dirr dirrrrr products!!" We believe in creating an alternative solution that is frugal and efficient, so your whatever-you're-selling (I didn't visit your link, sorrySad ) will not benefit us. We don't need to shop around for someone else's invention, we would rather prefer on working on our own.

Have a great day and happy holidays! Big Grin If you want to be part of this revolution, feel free to read and ask around. But as for selling ANYTHING, we do not support or condone it in any way. Thanks for trying Tongue

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(This post was last modified: 12-27-2008 01:22 PM by RDKamikaze.)
12-27-2008 01:22 PM
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The Tornado Fuel Saver is one of these so-called gas saving products, which is a modification to your car that the companies claim save gas mileage and in turn, save you hundreds of dollars on gas, and helps the fuel economy in general. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.
12-29-2008 02:06 AM
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(12-29-2008 02:06 AM)fuelsaver12 Wrote:  Hi,
The Tornado Fuel Saver is one of these so-called gas saving products, which is a modification to your car that the companies claim save gas mileage and in turn, save you hundreds of dollars on gas, and helps the fuel economy in general. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.

If you believe that I have a couple bridges for sale.Shocked

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12-29-2008 09:11 AM
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That has got to be the worst website I have ever seen!! LaughLaugh

(12-26-2008 06:27 PM)thomasbala Wrote:  
fuelsave12 Wrote:Hi,
When looking for an aftermarket fuel saver, you should shop around. The Internet is a useful tool, allowing you to compare many different companies' prices all at once. You can get more information from http://www.gainex.co.uk/.

No frauds allowed here; you are a fraud just as much as your product is a fraud. You're an embarrassment to the UK let alone the ECU. May the Greed Bug bite you for evermore, for evermore.....
12-29-2008 11:26 AM
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Gary Offline
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I bet this guy has magnets on his fuel lines.
12-30-2008 01:24 AM
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(12-30-2008 01:24 AM)Gary Wrote:  I bet this guy has magnets on his fuel lines.

That's the product this site is selling!! Magnets for your fuel-line.Laugh
03-07-2009 05:26 PM
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