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Old 03-20-2011, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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200mpg? LOL. Is that all you got?

So if you take a 200mpg carb and add my soon to be patented as yet unnamed invention, an HHO kit, a K&N filter, plasma spark plugs, fuel magnets, 3.6oz of acetone, and a ram air intake, the resulting reverse particle flow flux capacitance of the induced waveform reverberations causes a polarizing decay of the oxy-carbonic reaction, creating subatomic reverse flow induced de-combustion. This then allows the reverse atrophy chain reaction inductance to literally "pull your chain" down the highway. Ha ha. get it? In simple english, YOUR TANK FILLS UP AS YOU DRIVE. I have had to create a new rating system called GCPM (gallons created per mile) I have this very set up on my 1975 Plymouth Viking Commander with a dbbl barrel 455, and I'm getting 1.6 gcpm but when I go to the gas station to get rid of all the extra gas I'm creating, they THINK I'M CRAZY. ROFLMAOYSST.

Please help me save the world/get rich by investing in my invention. These things don't make themselves, you know.

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Old 03-20-2011, 03:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think you forgot the gadget that smooths out the 12V so you car is more efficient. You could probably get 300MPG if you added that.
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Old 03-20-2011, 04:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Beer. Its not just for inventions any more...
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I think you forgot the gadget that smooths out the 12V so you car is more efficient. You could probably get 300MPG if you added that.
Those are BS.
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I would suggest one more mod: A retractable nozzle that allows you to share your unwanted gas with stuck motorists. Imagine having this feature during a traffic jam: you'd have a very captive audience, and a pretty price.
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And fit it with legs so it will go up steps, or suckers so it can climb buildings like Spidey.
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I have this very set up on my 1975 Plymouth Viking Commander with a dbbl barrel 455, and I'm getting 1.6 gcpm but when I go to the gas station to get rid of all the extra gas I'm creating, they THINK I'M CRAZY.
It'll never work: 1.6 GCPM means that with a 20 gallon gas tank, you've got to stop & empty it every 12.5 miles, which is a major hassle. (And if it spills out, that's air pollution and fire hazard, too.)

No, what you need to do is sell your invention to the oil companies. They put it on their delivery trucks, which start out empty and create gas on the way to the gas stations.
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:27 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I forget. Do "they" kill people who invent these super gassaving gadgets, or do they buy the gadget so that they can bury it?
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Sounds like all it needs is a Turbo Encabulator. Search for it on YouTube.

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