They claim to give you better gas mileage and more power. I was thinking of getting one for my daily driver (my s10 pickup) but I wanted to know if they really work?
A buddy of mine ( that I did not hear from for a few years) called a while back trying to sell a magic pill you drop in your tank. They are suppose to increase fuel milage, lower emmissions, increase power,etc. etc. No it was not called viagra. Did you see anything like that tested ?Deluga10 said:I just saw a report on all types of fuel saving devices on the market and according to the report none of them save fuel. I believe it might have been a consumer reports summation. Again who is to say that the study might have been done by the gas manufacturers. They sure as h_ _ _ _ do not want you to know if there is anything out there to save you gas! Oh! and yes the toranado was tested.