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Old 01-28-2012, 06:28 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Old 01-28-2012, 06:35 AM   #102 (permalink)
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Draft tubes have been gone for- oh- about 50 years now. You have some catching up to do, Rip Van Winkle.
Really? You don't say... Where did you learn that? History of gradual development of the Crankcase ventilation system? You are a Genius... no doubt about it!

Thanks for that info! Now maybe you can try a question this time...

Are you telling me you cant get more fuel efficiency out of unburned gases and a cleaner burn from burning these gases?
 
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This is the thread where when questions are asked, you pretend to not see them right?

I believe you have quite a backlog of my questions to catch up on. Not to worry, they are simple... well, for regular people anyway.
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Originally Posted by iceQuity
Do I have one? Yes... Am I getting better MPG? Yes... By how much? It varies on the speed I travel. But on average its about a $4-$5 savings for me a day.

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Oh, really? Either you travel an extensive distance each day (around 600 miles assuming a vehicle FE of 25 MPG), or you were getting truly horrendous gas mileage (around 30 miles assuming a vehicle FE of 8 MPG) prior to installing your snake-oil collector.

What, pray tell, are you driving? Can't you even tell us this much without resorting to SnakeOilCorp propaganda?
Year: 2000
Make: SUBARU
Model: Forester
2.5L
4 cyl
Auto 4 speed
4WD
19 / 25

With an average of 100 miles a day... $20 in gas
With an average of 100 miles a day with the DynoValve... $15 in gas
Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA to Santa Monica, CA to Burbank, CA to Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA - Google Maps

= 99.3 mi, 2 hours 5 mins

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This is the thread where when questions are asked, you pretend to not see them right?

I believe you have quite a backlog of my questions to catch up on. Not to worry, they are simple... well, for regular people anyway.
Thats funny... Let me know if one question is to difficult for you to answer...
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Are you telling me you cant get more fuel efficiency out of unburned gases and a cleaner burn from burning these gases?
Its not rocket science... Let me know if you need to call a friend or lifeline to help you.
 
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Sometimes I would take the PCH through the Malibu canyons... But I've gotten a few tickets since getting the DynoValve... That comes from the "perceived" horsepower that I felt immediately after it was installed. Would horsepower be gained by allowing more air/gases to circulate through the engine... ie vacuum problems?


Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA to Santa Monica, CA to Burbank, CA to Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA - Google Maps
95.4 mi, 2 hours 12 mins
FYI Pacfic Coast Hwy. is 45 MPH... Speed Trap - IMO

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Originally Posted by iceQuity
Do I have one? Yes... Am I getting better MPG? Yes... By how much? It varies on the speed I travel. But on average its about a $4-$5 savings for me a day.



Year: 2000
Make: SUBARU
Model: Forester
2.5L
4 cyl
Auto 4 speed
4WD
19 / 25

With an average of 100 miles a day... $20 in gas
With an average of 100 miles a day with the DynoValve... $15 in gas
Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA to Santa Monica, CA to Burbank, CA to Lake Sherwood, Thousand Oaks, CA - Google Maps

= 99.3 mi, 2 hours 5 mins
You're claiming a 25% improvement from adding this snake oil collector! Nice...

I call bull$#!7!

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