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RiderofBikes 06-03-2013 02:52 PM

Cigarette Plug-in fuel economy?
Are you a Smoker?
Been rying to quit?
Always wanted to become that Political Environmental Nut?
Then this device is for you!
Introducing a fun and economical way to stop today!
All you have to do, is plug this Fuel Saving bonus device into your Cigarette lighter socket, and conveniently misplace your plug lighter between your seats for the last time...

Kickstart your good habits now!
"Fuel Savings today"

Thats right! It's as easy and cheap as that... Plus while on the road to recovery, saving fuel you'll be saving loads of cash in no time!

Get yours now!

*Hope this was entertaining for everyone... Just another product of "fuel economy" stumbled upon while I was browsing around for some stick-on mirrors, and maybe Fin-like VG's to play with for the bike

What I did however find potentially useful are Rainproof mirror blades
Kamms for your mirrors! lol

Miller88 06-03-2013 03:08 PM

Reading the description ... I want to submit this to "Engrish funny"

user removed 06-03-2013 03:17 PM

And to think I have the empty hole in my dash that I could just stick something in and get 40 MPG in my beat up ole Ranger.


Frank Lee 06-03-2013 03:19 PM

Don't plug that dash hole! :eek: You can slide the back window open in your Ranger, then the air will flow from that hole out the window, reducing drag.

user removed 06-03-2013 03:21 PM

Can I plug the ash hole Frank, puhleeeeeezzzzeeeee! :D


user removed 06-03-2013 03:22 PM

Ain't got one of them thar slydin glass rear winders, so ah haf to toss me bere cans out the side. Gets rid of them dang talegaters!


Frank Lee 06-03-2013 03:31 PM


Originally Posted by Old Mechanic (Post 374516)
Can I plug the ash hole Frank, puhleeeeeezzzzeeeee! :D


Ummmm... No comment! :eek:

shovel 06-03-2013 04:43 PM

At the same time, it will let your car horsepower. ... woo!

I remember this sort of thing discussed before - perhaps on another forum. Someone ordered one since the price was trivial, just to dissect and found that it contained a couple electrolytic capacitors - I guess the general idea is to reduce 'alternator noise' in the electrical system so all of the sensors, injectors, etc have as stable a reference voltage as possible. But expecting a few microfarads tied to the cig lighter to make that difference is a stretch...

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