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Old 04-25-2011, 12:15 PM   #91 (permalink)
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geez so much of them. ill look into the 2 but for sure im getting one
If you mess with air-fuel ratio and other sensors, then get MPGuino - it measures real fuel usage. Things that connenct into OBD2 port are calculating fuel usage - you mess with sensors, you mess-up fuel calculation.

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Old 04-25-2011, 01:16 PM   #92 (permalink)
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^^yep, because it bases fuel consumption on the pulses of the injectors and size of the engine, you mess change the amount of fuel injected per pulse and it screws everything up (as far as accuracy, though this could "help" him even though we know the truth)
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Thanks for single window information on MPGuino. It's a little masterpiece This is a definite DIY for me. However, it's just a computer, and honest calibration inputs are still required, LOL!!

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I know I'm re-stirring the hornets nest here, but...

If I were peddling this super-amazing mega-efficient system I made from 50 worth of parts, I'd be patenting my product and pitching it at Honda, Toyota etc...?

Not spending the last 4 years 'not selling it' to people who 'don't want it...?' on a fuel economy website!

(Call it a Flux Capacitor and I might be interested...)
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ok its a Flux Capacitor. Can I have your money now?
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hahahahahaha I see there are alot of jokers on this forum lol im not here for them. I share my work with who wants to make a difference and I KNOW the oil companies are here

Well guess what? I catch on to the con. Fuel injectors are a con. What you spray fuel in your engine you will never use 30% of it and you can never get back the waste so why use injectors?

You dont even need then to cold start an engine. I abandon fuel injectors. Cold start, no fuel, no problem

Https://youtu.be/lP1sGYpPjGE


Quicker acceleration and deceleration, more power overall, smoother running, cooler running, oil stays clean, way way less emissions, average 300mpg. All that with no fuel going to the engine

Https://youtu.be/m6qml9je28M

Choke on that for a while oil company trolls I will post more advances in a few years
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:04 AM   #97 (permalink)
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I'm not quite sure what you are trying to show in your videos, other than the engine running with a few cables disconnected and some flashy LED gauges.

As for your claim of 300 mpg, I'm sorry but I can't quite believe that as much as I would like to. It looks like you have a Suzuki Carry (or similar), these at best would give about 6 L / 100 km which I think is very respectable.
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hahahahahaha I see there are alot of jokers on this forum lol im not here for them. I share my work with who wants to make a difference and I KNOW the oil companies are here

Well guess what? I catch on to the con. Fuel injectors are a con. What you spray fuel in your engine you will never use 30% of it and you can never get back the waste so why use injectors?

You dont even need then to cold start an engine. I abandon fuel injectors. Cold start, no fuel, no problem

Https://youtu.be/lP1sGYpPjGE


Quicker acceleration and deceleration, more power overall, smoother running, cooler running, oil stays clean, way way less emissions, average 300mpg. All that with no fuel going to the engine

Https://youtu.be/m6qml9je28M

Choke on that for a while oil company trolls I will post more advances in a few years
They say you go blind from doing this

I can get any % change in fuel trims on any vehicle I want and run at stoich by changing the injector size...

Cold start without fuel injectors - do you teleport the fuel into the manifold? OOPS, that was no cold starts at all. My bad - you must be using cold fusion to keep the engine warm. The holy grail has been achieved - perpetual motion.

Seriously Richard_lyew, please crawl back under the pile of unicorn dung and stop wasting the electrons that can be used meaningfully elsewhere.

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hahahahahaha I see there are alot of jokers on this forum lol im not here for them. I share my work with who wants to make a difference and I KNOW the oil companies are here

Well guess what? I catch on to the con. Fuel injectors are a con. What you spray fuel in your engine you will never use 30% of it and you can never get back the waste so why use injectors?

You dont even need then to cold start an engine. I abandon fuel injectors. Cold start, no fuel, no problem

Https://youtu.be/lP1sGYpPjGE


Quicker acceleration and deceleration, more power overall, smoother running, cooler running, oil stays clean, way way less emissions, average 300mpg. All that with no fuel going to the engine

Https://youtu.be/m6qml9je28M

Choke on that for a while oil company trolls I will post more advances in a few years
So, if you've disconnected the fuel injectors, you must be starting the engine on some sort of vapor, whether HHO or gasoline... If you built the same 4LPM system that was featured in the video a couple years back of the Saturn, it should provide enough "fuel" to run the Suzuki Carry(660cc, right?), but it still takes more energy to break the water down into its atomic elements, than is made by burning the HHO(and turning it back into water), so you're still somehow at a net loss? You could accomplish it through use of a really big battery to power the hydrogen generator(sort of as a hybrid)...

One question still remains however, you are claiming a 300mpg, with no fuel going to the engine, so on a gallon of what substance are you traveling 300 miles? Water or gasoline?
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Old 10-29-2016, 03:43 AM   #100 (permalink)
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I was wondering if the 300 mpg is from the dashboard computer.

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