Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Lehighton, Pa, USA
Re: HF Fuelmaster Gas Saver
Devices such as this are mandatory in a few other countries. I was involved with fuel devices in the 90's and talked with quite a few inventors, one happened to sell a device similar to this. His partner was threatened by the powers that run the oil markets, and quit. This guy went on to sell his product, outside the US. It worked quite well on smaller cars, and those without the auto adjust computer systems.
I had a device that worked very well on older vehicles with carbs (FI was much more difficult to install and too risky). You spliced the metal fuel lines and replaced with non conductive rubber. It atomized the fuel, 0% emissions, 10-15% increase in mileage - and that was mostly on 8 cyls. Had all kinds of gvt'/oil compnay paid "professional BS artists" visiting my home..sent me to a number of test facilities for installs, EPA sites - at my expense. It worked extremely well. So well in fact, they did not want to return or pay for the units. The gvt' used it to obtain a patent for fuel atomization - I got nothing. A big and expensive lesson.
What amazed me was, they could document in five minutes, what took me months to test on the road. The tech working at the refinery test center was astounded at the results.
Anyone that has any device that can potentially enhance MPG, and your name is known to those of interest, in less than a few hours. Everywhere I went, they knew all about the device, before I said one word.
The device I had, was tested on two engines for Dale Earnhardt. Done in the rear of a NAPA dealer, private engine testing facility in PA., who would have guessed?
My brother still has one on a 71 Ford truck I sold him, a monster V8 - which still passes emissions last I heard.
Of the group of people I knew of that were part of trying to distribute this product, well over $500k was lost in the venture. There are many fuel savings products that have been withheld from the public.
My neighbor's son's company recently created some high tech intake manifold. Huge increase in MPG - you are not going to hear about or see it any time soon. It no longer exists.
I worked for a garage in the 70's. The owner had someone bring in a new car with a complaint the gas gage was not working. Ran hundreds of miles and the gage was not going down. They called the manufacturer. The car was replaced the next day! It was an experimental high mpg car, which got out by mistake. Believe it, or not.