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Old 12-22-2013, 05:46 PM   #36 (permalink)
oldbeaver
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Mercedes 89 D - '89 Mercedes 300 E
90 day: 33.86 mpg (US)

Skodie - '09 Skoda Octavia TDI PD
90 day: 38.84 mpg (US)

1993 Mercedes 300D Turbo - '93 Mercedes Benz 300D Turbo W124
90 day: 26.19 mpg (US)

Crossie - '16 Subaru XV Crosstreak
90 day: 9.61 mpg (US)

Crossie - '16 Subaru XV Crosstreak
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Air Dam and proven mods instead of HHO

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Originally Posted by oil pan 4 View Post
If you can build that HHO generator then you should really try building something proven to work like an air dam or any one of the other 70 or so things proven to work.

For some reason people tend to gravitate toward mods that don't work like gas tank pills, hho or some over elaborate combustion process modification that is so complicated no one can explain how it works.
Oil Pan,

Yeah, sure. I like to experiment. I also built an air front cover, but for my Skoda Octavia. Performance improve difficult to measure, anyway. Is that what you mean as "Air Dam"?

What are your favorites among the 70 that do work? I like the ones that donīt change the original look, and produce the most bang for the buck.
Do you mean the 70 mods listed in this site?

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