I’ve been reading advertisements and internet reviews of this new technology to improve fuel efficiency. What are your thoughts about it? Is it effective? Does it effect the manufacturers warranty? Are there any adverse effects on the engine?
The scams keep getting pricier. A thousand bucks for a water bottle?
If done right it is not worth the effort, if done wrong, and you can bet it will be, it can damage things.
Do you recall the old saying, “A fool and his money are soon parted”? Think about it carefully and hopefully you won’t be one of the fools who enrich the charlatans who are selling this hokum.
so this is actually dumping water into the engine to improve gas mileage? So why aren’t Katrina cars wanted? They’ve got tons of water in the engine already.
I don’t remember the guy’s name, but some shyster back in the 30s was pulling this stunt by allegedly draining the gas out of a car, getting a bucket of water from the lake and puring it in the tank, followed by driving around the lake with reporters watching.
It would have been real interesting to examine that car very closely.
Like this scam is going to boost a Neon’s fuel mileage up to better than 60 MPG as claimed.