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Article published in the weekly Auto Plus 895 1 November issue of 2005er

Introduction



This box is part of a larger item to test various "economisers" fuel on the market.


Article

The extract of the article in Autoplus Motor pantone is available on this page

If you want to read the full article, so you need to consult the archives to find autoplus.fr there the number 895. For this, click here.

Our review of this item is as follows: "It is remarkable that only the water doping present good results in consumption, other savers simply being" bogus "but the test noticed a heavy pollution to slow (probably due to the injected excess water and non optimization of assembly) "

Analyzes and debates

Some excerpts from the discussion forum

  • The conclusion is rather hasty "engine pollutes water ... ca ..."

    In all cases the tests were made on an "amateur" build ... imagine the results on a "real" prototype made by manufacturers .... ?

    Moreover we do not know the test protocol followed for the clean ... if it was done in slow motion (maximum suction in the bubbler and minimum temperature in the reactor) it is not surprising that such results inject ... large amount of water in an engine will not favor the combustion..Bien the contrary.

  • As said econology, the engine of the car has aged and it probably would reject unburned (how?) Without Pantone.
    In addition the test pollution is actually static and probably at idle, which does not promote performance pantone ..
  • In the other pages of this article on the different fuel economisers, note that only the Pantone reactor provides réèl gain. 8,9L instead of 10,7L is already beautiful, others do not bring anything in the best case (additives), + 1 100 liter for worse (ionniseur)
  • Very good article.

    It is still super satisfying to see an amateur installation tested by auto-plus with a good result. For unburned, surprising. Among the non-engine optimization, and the rest was to be expected.

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