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Old 10-30-2011, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Quick question, does anyone remember what the diy version of the FuelMizer is?

Digital Fuel Mizer

Does anyone remember where i can find the cheaper diy instructions for this, i remember seeing it somewhere but i've tried google searching it and i couldn't come up with anything

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Old 10-31-2011, 11:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have no direct answer to your question, sorry. But, a thought:

Most smartphones these days include fairly sensitive accelerometers. (How sensitive? A "smart alarm clock" or "sleep tracking" app running on a smartphone placed on your bed can literally tell -- and log -- when you move or turn in your sleep.)

If you own a smartphone and you're a programmer -- or know someone who is -- an app to emulate a Gas Mizer would be trivial (at least on an Android phone; I can't comment on other systems). You might even take a peek in the markets to see if one's already been written.

It might also be worth mentioning that, unless you need the "nag" aspect, a Scangauge/Ultragauge/MPGuino/etc. will serve basically the same end while providing much more utility.

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A little quick googling

Does It Work? News Channel 7 Tests The Claims Of The Digital Fuel Mizer | WSPA

It doesn't seem to work. Optimum acceleration is both vehicle and situation specific, and this thing has input for neither.


2016: 128.75L for 1875.00km => 6.87L/100km (34.3MPG US)
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