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Donny, best to keep your current low and cell efficient and you won't need to upgrade your alternator.

Search for heat shrink or wrap for info to increase the efficiency of your cell. Small engines generally respond nicely to small amounts of hho.

Bruce has an email at the top of this topic. You can email him directly there. Make sure you provide all the info you can regarding your vehicle.

Rick

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11-11-2008 11:05 AM
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Hey Bruce,
Can you let me know what I need?
2007 Toyota Tacoma Tk; 4cyl ; Manual transm.

Your input is greatly appreciated.
03-10-2009 06:06 PM
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It's best to email Bruce if you have a question.

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03-11-2009 03:26 PM
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(03-10-2009 06:06 PM)MiniMe Wrote:  Hey Bruce,
Can you let me know what I need?
2007 Toyota Tacoma Tk; 4cyl ; Manual transm.

Your input is greatly appreciated.

Hello,
You have an AFR sensor (wide band) upstream of your catalytic converter, so our new Wide Band EFIE would work for you.
You can get one in our online store at http://www.fuelsaver-mpg.com/store/

Bruce

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03-12-2009 02:04 PM
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Post: #35
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Hey Bruce, I have a 93 Honda Civic EX with a 1.6L vtec engine. which EFIE should i use. thank you.
05-18-2009 12:11 PM
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I'd be very rare to find a wideband o2 on many pre-'97 vehicles and certainly not on a '93 so you can forget about that model.

I see no reason why you can't use the digital efie. While you're waiting to hear from Bruce, check it out. link

Rick

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05-18-2009 06:54 PM
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so i couldnt use just a standard narrow band four wire o2 efie? sorry if im asking repeat questions. i just wanna make sure i get this all right the first time around. im slowly putting this project together. thank You Colchiro for the response
05-19-2009 09:44 AM
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Sorry if it seemed I was implying (by omission) that the standard narrow band version wouldn't work.

Either one would work, it's just that the digital one should work better and would be the one I'd use. OTOH, the digital version would cost more too.

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05-19-2009 12:24 PM
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ahhhh ok. thank you for clearing that up
05-19-2009 03:38 PM
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Hello Bruce,

Talked to you a couple of days ago on installing "DualDigitalEFIE" on my 01 OLds Alero, and I have a couple of questions:
1. What does the green light going on and off indicate on the unit?
2. We set the EFIE unit voltage to .20 milivolts but I was reading on info here that initial setting should be .300 to .325 milivolts, so which should we do?

Thanks,

Sheppy


(10-04-2008 02:25 PM)Bruce Wrote:  Hello Everyone,
We just had a ground breaking event at Fuel Saver-MPG. We now have a data base with almost instant access to..
1. Determining whether a vehicle has a wide band or narrow band sensor.
2. How many O2 sensors a vehicle has upstream of the catalytic converter.
3. What configuration of other sensors that a vehicle has that input to the ECU.
4. We can tell you right away now which EFIE can be used on your vehicle.
All of this used to require some involved research in the case of many vehicles but now we can determine it in just a few minutes.
So if any of our customers, or even if you are not a customer, and would like to know what you have or what type EFIE you need just email your make/model/year/engine information to me at support@fuel-saver.org

Bruce
07-16-2009 07:46 AM
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