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Ford F-250
Fuel Economy and Mileage

Does SUPER FUELMAX really make gasoline and diesel fuel burn more efficiently?

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2015-07-15 20:48:42
2015-07-15 20:48:42

The FTC seems to be concerned about this product.

http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2002/04/energysurf2002.htm

look at it this way there is nothing i mean nothing in diesel or gasoline afected by a magnetic field. I work at a oil refinery and gasoline is made and tested there absolutely no effect what so ever as far as the claims of changing the polarity of the fuel.... no way... the fuel is traveling in a steel and or metal line to a metal carburetor or fuel injectors that have the same ground as the engine

In my experience, it incresed my fuelmileage, that´s for sure.

To see good results I tried tree devices instead of one. Well it works great. I cant even listen the engine running.

Why don't you try?

It's a complete SCAM. If they work, it would have been in all vehicles today, wonder why?

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