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Green Fuel Tabs for 10%-20% Better MPG
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Green Fuel Tabs for 10%-20% Better MPG
I am an HHO enthusiast! But in addition to my HHO fuel cell under the hood of my '12 Chevy Cruze Eco, I have an mpg fuel vaporizer and an inline dipoler magnet near the fuel rail. But even still, I wanted more--to hyper-mileage.

So, Last wk I conducted three road tests using a green fuel tab I got in the mail. I popped 1.5 tablets in the gas tank. (One per 10 gal of gas.) I took to the hwy and was impressed with the results. These tabs are guaranteed to save 10% in fuel costs. But many are gaining 15% in mpg while popping these pills in their fuel tanks--gas or diesel. For more info: Green Fuel Tabs
8 Min Video

I'm happy to post my test results if anyone wants to see, subsequently.
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RE: Green Fuel Tabs for 10%-20% Better MPG
1st-3 Rd Tests:

Below are 3 recent road tests with the GFT added to the gas tank at time of re-fueling. Keep in mind that these are with HHO assist and fuel vaporizer I already installed under the hood. I am impressed that I am still able to make what looks like another 10% in mpg gains over the average mpg from before the fuel tabs were added--even with these after market devices on board. My On Star mobile mpg app for 20584 (mixed hwy/cty) miles is currently reading 35 mpg. I have reset the trip odometer to see what the GFT gains produce, mileagewise


’12 Chevy Cruze Eco EPA Est 26/31/39 (EPA tests do Not exceed 60 mph)
4/18/14 Road Test
Time: 13:14
Ambient Temp: 81 Fahrenheit
Winds: S-18 mph
Fuel: 88 octane, Valero/ Chevron 91 split
Beginning odometer 20532 mi.
Ending odometer: 20573 mi.
Accessories: AC Med Cool, Fan: 3 ticks
HHO drawing 7-8 Amps
Cruise Control set: 75 mph
Route: Tramway N.--Algodones--Tramway
Miles Driven: 31
MPG: 41.6
Ave Speed 72.8 mph


From 55 mph (based on EPA hwy testing procedure) to 72.8 mph = 32% increase in velocity and 18% less efficiency for average automobile. 2.6 mpg increase over EPA hwy which is 17.8 mph faster. With 18% adjusted efficiency the true increase = 30% increase over EPA mpg estimate.

4/18/14

Time: 9:30 a.m.
Ambient Temp: 61 Fahrenheit
Winds: S-3 mph
Fuel: 88 octane Valero/ Chevron 91 split
Beginning odometer 20501 mi.
Ending odometer: 20547.1 mi.
Accessories: Fan: 2 ticks
HHO drawing 5 Amps
Cruise Control set: 64.7 median mph
Route: Big I--Bernalillo Hwy550--Rio Bravo
Miles Driven: 47.1
MPG: 47.1
Ave Speed 61.4 mph

4/17/14

Time: 19:00
Ambient Temp: 83 Fahrenheit
Winds: S-3 mph
Fuel: 88 octane Valero/ Chevron 91 split
Beginning odometer 20451.9 mi.
Ending odometer: mi. 20471 mi.
Accessories: Fan: 2 ticks
HHO drawing 7-8 Amps
Cruise Control set: 69 mph
Route: Tramway N.--Bernalillo Hwy550--Tramway
Miles Driven: 31
MPG: 49.4
Ave Speed: 65.5 mph
Note: These are the first road tests with the fuel tabs.
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RE: Green Fuel Tabs for 10%-20% Better MPG
After burning through 3 tanks of gas with Green Fuel Tabs I am posting before and after 5-gas tail pipe emissions tests. Engine equipped w/ HHO Kit, MPG Fuel Vaporizer & Magnon magnetic fuel conditioner + GFT (1 per 10 gal gas). Spoiler alert! Check out the 51% and 71% reduction in tail pipe Hydrocarbons emissions--the metric of unburned fuel (and engine efficiency). I have graphed the results in a blog at
http://www.greengaragetech.com

4/17/14
2500 RPM/ IDLE
CO: .02 / .01
CO2: 14.7 / 14.8
O2: .0 / .0
HC: 51.0 / 72.0
NOx: .0 / .0

5/02/14 (GFT added to tank)
2500 RPM/ IDLE
CO: .08 / .13
CO2: 15.0 / 14.8
O2: .0 / .0
HC: .0 / .0
NOx: .0 / .0
(This post was last modified: 05-11-2014 06:40 AM by bpdistributing.)
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