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PICC Converter
To all interested:
Many are beginning to run across the stuff on several websites relating to the PICC converter being introduced by Dennis Lee's bunch at various websites: jeffotto.com, bwt (better world technologies), energyempire.com and others. I thought a little history would help enlighten everyone.
The PICC is a catalytic converter replacement for vehicles, using technology developed by a man named Paul Pantone. His discoveries have been around since the early 70's when he first discovered a way to convert the fuel to a plasma using the exhaust and a specially devised steel device installed in a chamber in the vehicles exhaust. Those interested can google the name Pantone or GEET reactor and find many examples of his technology in action. Pantone is pretty much washed up now due to legal problems and other obstacles but the PICC bunch is being developed by a former associate of Pantones'. I know from personal experience the technology works and it will be interesting to see to what degree they are able to achieve success with their version of this technology. At present, it appears the device is going to cost in the $3000 range for most vehicles. Questionable whether the paybacks will be there at that price.
02-29-2008 09:23 AM
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Yes, I've sniffed around on that site as well. They also have a box for engine tuning. It's for their authorized installers only, but it appears that they are addressing the oxygen sensor, MAF and other sensors as well. It goes with their electrolyser.

The last I heard the PICC was still not ready for distribution. But it might well be worth the price if it does what they say. Over 100 mpg with a gas hog Chrysler. Pretty exciting stuff.

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Their hho alone is $995.Confused

They have a money-back guaranteed 50% mileage increase, under certain conditions.

Hey, my smilies are blue.... Blush

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03-27-2008 03:24 PM
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Haha. Yes, I didn't like the big smilies... well actually I liked them but didn't like the way they made some lines double sized. So I got rid of them and put in the smaller ones... and I like blue, as you can tell from my web sites. Smile

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03-27-2008 05:08 PM
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Blue? I hadn't noticed.Confused

I'm used to using a lot of smilies and am sometimes at a loss when doing email, but never felt comfortable with the big ones.

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03-27-2008 06:31 PM
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colchiro Wrote:Their hho alone is $995.Confused

They have a money-back guaranteed 50% mileage increase, under certain conditions.

Hey, my smilies are blue.... Blush

Did you read their warranty closely? This is no warranty... just "feel good" stuff for the buyer. Oh...before I forget, Googling [geet reactor], [dennis lee]. [joe neuman], [joe pantone], [bpi] left me with a baaadddd taste! Try it, this is MLM at it's finest! -Ted Hart
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04-08-2008 07:13 AM
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Ted, we discussed this in another forum and we all had a bad taste.

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04-08-2008 08:07 AM
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New to the forum, HI ALL.

I have known of this PICC Converter for awhile now, even before they came out with the name for it. One of the big issues is that from the postings on it, they will not bring it out until they have the approval to install it with out the catalytic converter, which may be NEVER. I know the principle of the system and the problems that they are still having issues with at this time.
The hho system? I will not touch that subject, seems to be a little far fetched with the listing of the 50% increase for sure.Sad
04-24-2008 06:30 PM
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Guys, this is from another forum, I took out the writer's name.

Hey guys. When I read Name's comment I felt I have to write in and tell you something about the man who's selling PICC.
His name is Dennis Lee. He is the original con artist, who calls himself a christian man. He formed an organization called Kings and Priests Ministries, and he goes from church convention to church convention trying to get people's money, by selling other people's inventions.
I met him two years ago in Evansville Indiana where he was demoing Pantheons engine which is able to run on 80% water, or any other hydrocarbon contact, and 20% fuel. Lee was more in jail then out free and the reason is because he has no ethics or honor towards others property and inventions.
Now he's selling some type of hydrogen kit, and he's still in a lawsuit about it, because many of the things he's selling, he has no right to sell. He can talk so convincingly, and smoothly, but behind the face, there's a rebellious militia guy who tries to get everyone on his own side, for his own benefits.
On the same convention where I met him, he collected money from preachers, for an idea he had, and the poor ignorant preachers believed him and lost their money.
I'd just like to ask everyone to be careful, because you could be the next catch in his trap.
He would've liked to bring me into his "ministry" and "dutchmen organization" But I never did like militia guys like him. A good friend of mine wasn't that lucky, and he did believe Lee, and he took orders for DVD's which gave orders for some of Lee's supposed inventions. And Lee never supplied the DVD's for my friend, and the FBI came after my friend, because over a million people filed internet fraud against my friend, because he wasn't able to send anyone their dvd's. Thank God the FBI took my friend to the east coast and confronted Dennis Lee and figured out what was going on, and cleared my friend.
Id just like to say to be careful for your own good,

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05-25-2008 02:22 PM
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