Ask The Experts

In an effort to provide a greater understanding of Eco-Fuel Saver and help provide answers to questions from users around the world, we have created this Ask The Experts section. Using several qualified individuals we will answer all questions to the best of our current knowledge and ability. Simultaneously, we also invite and encourage others to answer or comment on the questions below. Together, we can better understand how and why Eco-Fuel Saver works in the multitude of engines available and in use in the world today.

Important Note: Although Eco-Fuel Saver has been proven by independent, third party testing to improve fuel economy, increase power and torque, extend the life of engine oil and filters and many other great benefits, it was first and foremost developed to REDUCE TOXIC PETROLEUM EMISSIONS & POLLUTANTS. We recognize that there are many people who don’t care about reducing emissions and will only use Eco-Fuel Saver if they see increased fuel economy. For those of you that are concerned primarily with improved fuel economy, there will be vehicles that will not see improvements due to a variety of factors (driving habits, hwy vs. city driving, weather conditions, fuel quality, etc.) More often it will simply be because some engine control units (ECU’s) are set to rigidly at the factory and will not change to accomodate the increased energy that an Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuel provides. If you DO NOT see improved fuel economy it is NOT the fault of Eco-Fuel Saver. This product does it’s job and reformulates your gasoline or diesel EVERY TIME YOU USE IT. If you were to test engine emissions prior to using Eco-Fuel Saver and then again after using it you would see dramatic emissions reductions – even when there are no apparent improvements in fuel economy or power. You can actually SMELL the difference in exhaust and in diesel engines you will also SEE a marked reduction in black smoke and particulate. Please remember that it costs JUST 5 CENTS OR LESS to treat each liter of fuel with Eco-Fuel Saver. Big commercial companies and large volume fuel users can treat their fuel for a mere 2 cents per liter buying Eco-Fuel Saver in bulk. That is a bargain for all the great benefits this product provides! 2 to 5 cents per liter is a small price to pay to help clean up our air pollution problems and reduce the impact of human health related diseases caused by petroleum emissions. Thank you for doing your part for the environment with Eco-Fuel Saver.

  1. Jeremie says: June 10, 20132:57 pm

    Hi again,
    As a continued user of EFS, and having recently purchased a used car with a turbo engine, I was curious about the best methodology of introducing EFS to this motor.

    What I mean is, since turbo engines require 91 octane and EFS can replace 91 when mixed with 87, is there any kind of adjustment period for the Engine/ECU?
    In other words, is it fine to simply switch to 87 treated with EFS right away because the engine/ECU won’t notice a difference or would it be better to slowly introduce EFS through gradually lower octane w/EFS (i.e one tank of EFS 91, then one tank of EFS 89, then on to EFS 87)?

    I’m just curious as to what is better to ensure that the engine recognizes EFS and performs at its best.

    Thank you for letting me know and for your continued support and advice.
    Best Regards,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    Just add the recommended double dosage on the first tank and then the recommended dosage from there on out. The fuel itself will be combusting like 91 or higher octane fuel would, so the engine sensors and the ECU will be fine and they will recognize that the fuel quality is good based on the combustion parameters going on in the engine. As the ECU adjusts to a better than normal combustion parameters over time, the ECU will eventually adjust your timing a little to be better able to take advantage of the better fuel quality. You should notice a little more pep and performance. Good luck with the new ride.

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  2. Daniel says: May 10, 20139:00 pm

    I recently purchased a bottle at CT because it was on sale. I figured I’d give it a try. I have a huge range gasoline powered items from snowmobiles 2 and 4 stroke, boat with an 30 HP outboard, mower, snowblower ect… I drive a 2012 VW Tiguan with the 2.0 TSI engine. Premium fuel is spec for this one. My wife drives a 2006 VW golf TDI. So were currently testing this product in both vehicles.

    A week or so ago, the MIL came on in her car indicating a DPF high bank code P2465. After researching it, I found no real answer to it so I proceeded to delete it and it hasn’t turned on since.

    So I have the following questions for you,

    1. Do I have to perform a negative batt. cable reset on the Tiguan after filling it with 87 grade fuel and the proper amount of additive to avoid poor performance? I’m currently using 91 grade fuel with additive.

    2. Do you think the DPF code on the TDI was triggered due to the ECU recognizing a change in emissions or any others changes in fuel?

    3. My 4 stroke Yamaha (500cc) doesn’t get the fantastic fuel mileage everybody raves about. I get 160~180 KM’s on 25~28 liters of fuel. It also requires 91 grade fuel as stated next to the filling cap. Will I be safe running 87 grade even though ethanol, moisture in the fuel can lead to frozen lines and poor performance? Theres a knock control sensor and dashboard light (KCS) that will limit rev’s to 6000 if low octane conditions are detected. Can you say with confidence that light would stay off if the proper 87 grade fuel/additive mix is added?

    Thank you, Dan

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    The Experts Reply:

    Dan,

    It is unlikely that you will have to disconnect your negative battery cable on your Tiguan. You should be able to drop down to 87 octane and EFS without any loss of performance. And yes, the DPF code was prbably caused by a change in emissions or a similiar change with some of the other sensors on the engine. We have seen this many times that in the beginning of EFS use, an engine sometimes will throw a warning light or code because the use of EFS takes the engine very quickly outside of the normal operating perameters that it is used to. It may take a couple tanks for the ECU to adapt to the enhanced combustion and recognize its “new normal”. The answer is the same for your Yamaha. You will be able to run 87 octane plus EFS and out perform 91 octane easily. By the way, the sensor(s) do not measure the octane of the fuel. They measure the conditions affecting combustion. If you have poor combustion conditions (one of which could be caused by a low octane fuel), then the anti knock sensor will limit the rpms.

    Make sure that you use at least the recommended ratio. Several people have reported to us that they get good results at our standard treatment ratio and even beter results with just a little extra (like 1 1/2 times our recommended ratio). However don’t use 2, 3, or 4 times the recommended amount. It won’t harm the engine in any way, but it would be a waste of your money. The recommended ratio or just a little over will get you very good results.

    A couple other things to keep in mind with EFS is that it totally, 100% repels water. Also, since you have so many seasonal pieces of equipment, keep in mind that EFS is probably the best fuel stabilizer on the market today.
    Put EFS into the fuel and sit your equipment and fuel cans for months at a time and the fuel will not experience any phase separation at all. Thanks for your questions and for using EFS. you will be very happy with your performance as well as the money you are going to save.

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  3. Larry Jones says: April 6, 20132:53 pm

    I will ask my question another way.If I am using EFS in my regular fuel which at the moment is up to 10% ethanol. Do I need to use Stabil-Marine or Startron as well as the EFS to prevent Phase Seperation in the fuel.

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    Larry Jones Reply:

    You got back to me but you did not answer my question. What gives?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Larry,

    Sorry about the oversight and delay. EFS is probably the best fuel stablizer on the market today. If you use EFS, you will not need Stabil-Marine or Starton to prevent phase separation. Stabil-Marine and Starton are both good products, but EFS is better. I am working on a fuel test right now with gasoline that is 2 years, 9 months old and there still is no phase separation or deterioration in the quality of the fuel. If you use EFS in one of your “seasonal toys” before storing it for 1 or 2 seasons, it will fire up like you just parked it the day before. EFS is that good. Thank you for your interest in EFS.

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  4. Angelo says: February 25, 20137:49 pm

    I’m just curious, how is this product doing in the market? I use this product and am very happy with it and really hope that it’s doing well in the market so I and many others can keep buying this product.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Angelo, It is doing very well and we are working hard to partner with some petroleum companies to have it blended directly into the fuel at the pump. This is what consumers have been asking us for – the conveninece of it being already preblended into the fuel.

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  5. wayne says: February 18, 20136:12 am

    Not many updates lately,is everything still going as planned? Also, have you determined if efs can be added to furnace oil? And does it pose a problem with the quality of efs if the cover was inadvertently left off the bottle between fillups? Thanks.

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  6. Mike says: February 10, 201311:32 am

    Greetings,
    I drive a 2001 VW Golf TDI and was wondering what EFS would do when running Bio Diesel?

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  7. Jeff says: February 3, 20137:09 pm

    I first have to say how much I believe in your product!!! I use it in my truck and Snowmobile and it works great. I have a Polaris 550 2 stroke sled and after about 15 mins of riding with EFS you can feel and hear the engine quiet down and run smooth. I live in the North and have found when starting the sled on really cold days it starts easier and runs smoother at idle. Also your plugs seem to stay a lot cleaner for a longer period of time.Now my question is I have just bought a new Sled with Ski doo’s new 4 stroke 600 ace motor and want to know if it is safe to use in it. I have looked at the manual and it states: 2012 ACE states isopropyl alcohol only, no methyl hydrate (methanol), at a rate of 5oz per tank of fuel. NOTE: use only methyl hydrate free gas line antifreeze” from page 50 of manual. Would love to continue to use this great product if it will work with the new engine.
    Thanks again for a great product!!!

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  8. Richard Jones says: February 2, 20139:08 pm

    I have purchased your product and I am using it in my 2004 Grand Am. Seems to run better only on my first tank. Question is I want to try in my 2004 Polaris 700cc two stroke engine. The sled timing can be set for regualar or premium fuel. If I put the product in the tank as reguired should I use the regular timing set or the premium timing set as I understand the fuel becomes comparable to premium fuel octane value. I have sent this question in before and have not received a expert answer.

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  9. Richard Jones says: January 29, 201310:23 am

    I pick up your product and started to use in my 2004 Grand am 3.8L engine. I seem right away to run smoother and more get up and go. Question is it safe to use in my 2003 and 2004 Polaris snowmobiles 500cc and a700cc two stroke engines. Both have the ability to set regualar fuel or preminum fuel. Please email me your opinion

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  10. Kevin says: January 7, 20131:27 am

    EFS is it good to remove water in gas tank.

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  11. kevin says: January 6, 20136:07 pm

    is it good to remove water in gas?

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  12. Larry Jones says: January 4, 20138:28 pm

    I understand that EFS is a fuel stabilizer but is it as effective as Sta-Bil Marine or Startron is for preventing Phase Seperation in ethanol based fuels.

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    Larry Jones Reply:

    I’m beginning to think this site is fake.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Larry, No, it’s definitely not fake. We did experience a shutdown due to a billion spam emails that we could not keep up to. We have now come up with a much better filter and just legitimate questions are coming through. Sorry for the inconvenience and delay in getting back to you. The Experts.

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  13. pedro says: January 3, 20138:54 am

    is necesary to put the double in the first tank?

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  14. Kevin says: December 19, 20127:28 pm

    I have a 2012 ram 1500 5.7L Hemi, I have ran your product in 3 tanks of fuel and haven’t noticed any gains at all, in fact the first tank got worse. I haven’t seen or read any other comments with regards to this engine. Why did it get worse in the first tank then back to normal so far in the 2nd and 3rd tank?
    I havent removed the neg cable on the battery yet.

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  15. Park says: December 17, 20123:53 pm

    I read here that efs wont work as well on newer cars as far as mpg gains go, I have a 2001 silveradao with a 4.8, is 2001 to new for a mpg gain? Thanks

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  16. Amit Sonawane says: December 4, 20128:03 am

    Hi,

    I have a few questions about EFS’s effect on different grades of diesel and also the EPA certification. I’d appreciate if an expert can contact me on my email listed on this query. Thanks.

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  17. Serge says: November 8, 201211:43 am

    I wonder if it’s safe to use Eco-Fuel Saver in R1200GS BMW Motorcycles? The fuel tank is 20L and would one put the whole small bottle per tank?
    Also, I was told not use ethanol fuel for the bike but I am not sure if it’s true or not, I’ve ran both types of fuel and didn’t notice anything weird…Thank you

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    The Experts Reply:

    Serge,

    Absolutely it is safe to use in your BMW motorcycle and all motorcycles. I ran the Husky Bike Nights promotion all summer as an EFS sponsor of that event. Every Monday we were in Edmonton and every Tuesday we were in Calgary. We filled up 100′s of bikes each week at each location. Every manufactures bike was represented and we had bikes from the 1970′s all the way up to brand spanking “off of the showroom floor” new adding EFS to their fuel. We had many BMW’s filling up faithfully each week and loving it. Motorcycles really respond well to EFS. Most of the bikes are specing premium fuel for their high compression bikes and the bike owners were loving the fact that they could buy regular 87 octane gasoline with EFS and the bikes would run better than on premium fuel. The guys that were really into high performance riding were loving the fact that they could take 93 octane fuel and add EFS and essentially turn it into 100 octane racing fuel for pennies! We converted 1000′s of bike riders to loyal EFS users this summer. Don’t take my word for it. The Cycle Works locations here in Alberta sell the EFS. The Calgary Cycle Works location loves the product. Give them a call @1-403-230-1920.

    A 20 liter tank would only need 10 ml of EFS to treat it properly. That means that little 60 ml bottle will do 6 tankfuls. I always put a little extra in myself to make sure that I have enough EFS in for it to work properly. I also had several bike owners that said that if they increased the amount of EFS going into the tank, that their bikes had an even bigger gain in power and efficiency. Several guys were running like 15 – 20 mls of EFS per 20 liter of gasoline.

    Your ethanol question has many variables. It is getting harder and harder to find gasoline without ethanol in it. Most manufacturers dont like ethanol because it has less energy than petroleum based gasoline. Less energy means the bike engine has to work harder to produce the same amount of power. An engine that works harder is going to run hotter. If they are already specing a high octane fuel, then they are not real happy about a fuel the has less energy in it to begin with. All new bikes hoses, fuel pumps, etc. are now compatible with ethanol. However, people keep motorcycles for decades and the older bikes were never designed to run with ethanol in the fuel. It is very caustic and it will damage some of the older bike parts. I hope that info helps. Thanks for taking the time to write in and ask your questions. You are going to love EFS in your motorcycle.

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  18. jorge says: November 7, 201210:06 pm

    hi sir u coment to : Chris Ferraro says: June 5, 20128:38 am

    that usin efs we can have 40,000 btu´s from a exelnten fuel burning

    i need to increas in 40000 btus a diesel aplication

    i nead to use 1:2000 or 1:1000 blend

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  19. Chris courtenay says: October 30, 20125:54 pm

    Hey so I just put in some efs into my 1990 civic yesterday and today my car’s check engine light is coming on when I get around 40-60 Kms. And the car is jerking sometimes heavily. I just read in a comment That in a way it works like high octane gas, would that be the problem? Because I was told that my vehicle is to old to use high octane gas and could damage my engine.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Chris,

    EFS will not damage your engine. That is a guaranteed promise. EFS does not change the octane rating of the fuel. Octane is a very specifiec chemical in gasoline. However, EFS does give gasoline the ability to compress like a high octane fuel, if a motor can utilize high octane fuel. Yours can’t. There are several things that could be happening and you are probably experiencing more than one of these right now.

    EFS will clean out your whole fuel system of gunk and carbon. You very well have dirt or carbon working through your injectors or carburetor. Also, your car has gotten used to burning fuel the same way for 22 years. The fact that the engine is burning and utilizing the fuel more efficiently is “tricking” some of the sensors into thinking that something is wrong with the engine. There is nothing “wrong” with the engine, but it is burning the fuel differently. It will take a little while for the car to adjust to the new normal. More than likely, you have a piece of dirt or carbon messing up the fuel spray pattern though. This has happened many, many times to our customers and the debris very well might work through the injectors. If you are carburetored and the problem persists, you may need to change the little fuel filter at the carburetor.

    Stick with the EFS, once the car adjusts to the “new” fuel, you will be very happy with its performance. Let us know how this works out for you. Thanks for your interest in EFS.

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  20. james says: October 22, 201212:33 am

    Hello,

    I have a 6.4l powerstroke diesel. This is a very temperamental engine, and although you say it works for all diesels, i was wondering if you have any info specifically for the powerstoke. Also, can I use it together with Motorcraft cetane booster safely?

    Thank you,

    James

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  21. Bill says: September 24, 20122:42 pm

    Is the mixture measured in imperial or US gallons? When mixing 100/1 in a 5 gallon can, what ratio should it be mixed at? When mixed what would the shelf life be. I am very impressed with the performance of my 2004 duramax diesel, since starting this additive 1 month ago. I would like to know how this product would work in my outboard motor at 100/1 mixdture, in my weed eater at 50/1 mixture, and my lawn mower with straight gas, as i plan to have 2 5 gallon cans with one mixed and the other one straight gas. Thank you for your reply to this email.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Bill,

    Since EFS is produced in the US, it is measured in US galloms. However, our dilution ratio of 1 to 2000 is universally the same.
    Simple rules to follow when mixing: 1 US fluid ounce = 30 cc’s or 30 ml’s and will treat 15 US gallons or approx. 60 Imperial liters of fuel.
    Each US gallon of fuel needs to be treated with 2 cc’s or 2 ml’s of EFS. Each liter of fuel needs to be treated with .5 cc or .5 ml of EFS. If you are becoming serious about using EFS, buy a good 60 cc syringe that will handle chemical exposure and get a nice big needle for it. This should cost you about $4 – $6 dollars. That way you can accurately measure the proper amount of EFS and even go a little over so that the mixture is a “LITTLE” stronger than recommended. This will keep you from wasting excessive amounts of EFS by just dumping it into the tanks, yet at the same time will allow you to make sure that your mixture is slightly strong and ensure excellent results. Always remember, if you don’t put enough EFS in, it will not work. Putting a “LITTLE” extra EFS in each tank will ensure excellent results, but dumping large quantities of EFS into the fuel will just waste EFS and your money (even though it will not hurt your engine).

    You will be even more impressed with EFS in your smaller engines. Even though you can’t measure fuel efficiency accurately, you will know your equipment is running longer with more power than before. It is much more noticeable in small engines that were never as heavily regulated as on road vehicles. These small engines, until recently, were never pushed for fuel efficiency or emission reductions, so EFS makes a huge and noticeable difference.

    One other important note, EFS is an excellent fuel stabilizer. It may be the best fuel stabilizer on the market today. These small engines are seasonal engines and they will be shut down and not used for 1/2 fo the year. I am telling you for a fact to leave the fuel in the tank if it has EFS in it and to not add any other fuel conditioner to it. When you go back in a few months to use that engine again, it will fire up like you just parked it yesterday. And yes, I am serious. EFS is that good as a fuel stabilizer.

    And one more comment about your mixing EFS. Remember, you are mixing EFS with the base gasoline in these mixtures, not the oil mixture. So, the oil mixture ratio, whether 100 to 1, 50 to 1, or what ever ratio is not relevant. Only the total quantity of base fuel with a little extra EFS to treat the oil is required. Use EFS with confidence in these small engines. They absolutely will love it. Thanks for using EFS and reaping its wonderful benefits.

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  22. Keith says: July 22, 201211:38 am

    Tried to find EFS results on EPA [Canada and US] Could not find? mybe looking in wrong place

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Keith,
    The EPA does not test fuel additives and therefore will not test EFS and post results on their website. The EPA puts testing protocols in place for various testing facilities throughout the U.S (Canada uses these also) that you can test fuel additives at. The most prominent one we have done to date is perhaps the SFAT-503 locomotive test, which is an EPA test. We are the only fuel additive to every register results that achieved SIGNIFICANT status in all categories in that test.

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  23. Steve Williams says: July 16, 201211:51 am

    Hello Experts!! :)

    I like to start emails with a “centre shot” if possible. It proves I am Canadian.

    I have a couple of questions about adding the eco fuel saver to my tank. I bought the 450 ml bottle and I keep it at home (not in the car in very hot weather). It would be easier for me to add the fuel saver at home with a funnel and then drive to the station (about 1 km) and fill up with gas. Will the short trip with not much gas in the car give me different results than adding it right before I fill up at the station?

    Also, the bottle has an inner blue cap (a secondary seal I gather?). Do I have to keep that on the bottle to prevent evaporation or anything – it is NOT EASY to get it off each time I use the bottle!

    Thanks.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Steve,

    You are not going to have any problems adding the EFS to the tank at home prior to driving the short distance to the station and filling up. It is already an established fact that you can’t put too much EFS into your fuel and cause any damage. You should probably add just a little more EFS than normal because on that short drive, your gasoline/EFS mixture in the tank will be stronger. You will want to make sure that you have enough EFS left in the remaining fuel to create the proper mixture. If you calculate for this, then what you are doing will be fine.

    The secondary blue stopper was requested by Canadian Tire. It is just a straight forward inner seal. Sometimes, they were dropping boxes or smashing pallets together in their warehouses and the other bottles could leak. This secondary plug was to help prevent an accidental leakage during shipping. Other than that, leave the plug out, screw the cap on tight, and keep the bottle in an upright position and EFS will perform as advertisied.

    Thanks for your questions and for using EFS.

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  24. Alex says: July 7, 20128:33 pm

    One of the problems associated with alcohol and ethanol based cleaners and octane/cetane boosters is that they are much drier(less lubricating) then pure petroleum based fuel which cause more wear on fuel system and upper cylinder parts. Have you overcome this problem? If so how?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Alex,

    You are correct. Most, if not all, cleaners and boosters are drier and do reduce lubricity. If you will carefully review our diesel fuel analysis, you will notice that we actually increase lubricity slightly! It is a very small increase, but we definitely prove that we do not “dry out” the combustion cylinder or take away from the existing lubricity of the base fuel. So yes, we have overcome that problem. Am I going to tell you how? Yes, in about 20 years when the patent expires! LOL.

    Thanks for your questions and comments.

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  25. Glen says: July 7, 20123:33 pm

    Your site says i may be able to advance my timing for better preformance, my engine timing is 8 btdc, how much could i advance it if i use efs in every tank?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Glen,

    I can’t give you a specific answer to that. Every engine is different. The only fact we can establish is that EFS does allow the fuel to be compressed further into the cylinder before it needs to be “fired”, much like higher octane fuels. The timing advance would have to be calibrated (advanced) to your specific engine to maximize performance. That’s where a distributor cap that could be manually adjusted came in handy. In the good ole days, one could head into town on Friday or Saturday night, buy whatever fuel you were going to run and then adjust the distributor cap to account for fuel type, temperature and humidity. After a few trial starts and runs, you would be ready to burn some serious rubber and get into who knows what other kinds of mischief.

    Your onboard computer will adjust slightly for a better quality fuel, but it was never designed to “sense” a really superior fuel and advance the timing for maximum performance. It was designed to work within the framework of our normal fuel range. Hence, if you drop 110 octane racing fuel into your car, it would run a little better. But it would not run nearly as good as it would if you were set up and adjusted to run on and take advantage of the higher compression factor of 110 octane fuel.

    Thanks for your interest in EFS.

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    Glen Reply:

    I have tested advancing the timing from 8* to 10* then to 12* BTDC, 12* seems to be best for my engine, more power runs smoother and a >>>5 to 7 mpg gain in city driving only.

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  26. George A. Garbutt says: July 2, 20128:15 pm

    I have now tried the product for 3 weeks, roughly5 – 6 full tanks, a mix of city and highway driving. I used Eco Fuel Saver in my 2010 Chev Traverse. I have found no appreciable increase in power and no mileage gain at all. I have been very careful to ensure no jack rabbit starts and have tried to keep the use of passing gear to a minimum. Please comment on why I may naot be getting results like I should.

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    The Experts Reply:

    George,

    There are too many variables to know for sure. If we could do an emissions check, we would find that the emissions were reduced and cleaner. However, some vehicles just can’t get any better fuel economy or the ECU is programmed so tight that it pretty much burns all fuel the same. I have a brand new rental Taurus right now that is super tight. It doesn’t matter what speed I drive, whether it is flat or mountainous, or even what type of gasoline I have in it, I seem to get exactly the same mileage. Yet I have had other Taurus’s that would respond to EFS or different grades of fuel immediately. Same with the Chevy Traverse. I know other people getting the standard 10-15% increase in fuel economy in their Traverse. I can’t tell you why 1 will respond and 1 won’t. Hopefully the cleaner burn and reduced emissions are enough to keep you using EFS. We have always stated that the secondary benefits of EFS (even without a fuel economy increase) are worth tremendously more than the cost of EFS. Hopefully you will feel the same way.

    Thank you for your question and your interest in EFS.

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  27. Bob Brown says: June 14, 20128:59 am

    Hi Just a couple of quick questions. Any problem storing this treated fuel with stabilizer for extended winter storage? Also is there any benefit to adding this product to my furnace oil? Thanks R Brown

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Bob,
    You don’t have to use fuel stabilizer when you use Eco-Fuel Saver as it also stabilizes the fuel. This winter give it a try! Don’t use any fuel stabilizer, just make sure that you have the proper amount of EFS per litre and come next spring your fuel will be as good as new! As for furnace oil, we are checking into it and will get back to you on that part of your question.

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  28. Rocket Fuel says: June 14, 20127:07 am

    You market your product as a fuel saver. Why do you not market it as a performance booster too? Yes it does save fuel. It also makes your car like a rocket ship. I have a smaller car and the thing is unbelievable after two weeks of your product. This product kicks ass for acceleration enhancement.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Rocket,

    We have not promoted that aspect of Eco-Fuel Saver very heavily yet because we didn’t want to appear that this product does 10, 20 or 30 different things (even though it does!). Promoting too many aspects of this product at once would just give more ammo to the fuel additive skeptics who believe that no fuel additive works or improves fuel performance (we both know that these skeptics are dead wrong because Eco-Fuel Saver DOES improve fuel performance). Sadly, we have found ourselves in the unfortunate position of having to clean up one of the most (if not THE most) tarnished categories in the world – FUEL ADDITIVES. There has been so much garbage, rip off fuel additives put out on the market over the years that made all kinds of claims (but never did what they claimed) that fuel additives became known – and rightfully so – as “snake oils”. So we are in the unenviable position of having to clean up the fuel additive category and give it legitimacy and credibility among consumers and businesses. This product is the REAL DEAL. It does EXACTLY as we claim. The horsepower and torque increases, as you have experienced, are indeed real. Some of the top NASCAR and Drag Racing teams have already tried this product and they KNOW it works (and they’d love nothing better than to find a way to sneak it into their fuel and get a leg up on their competition. LOL!). That fuel performance increase is why we state that you can use 87 regular gas with Eco-Fuel Saver and get AS GOOD OR BETTER PERFORMANCE than the best premium fuel you can buy at the pump (and SAVE MONEY between the cost of regular and premium gasoline, too. Even after accounting for the cost of adding EFS it is STILL cheaper!). Thanks for writing us and please don’t speed in the city, the traffic tickets and demerit points aren’t worth it.

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    Rocket Fuel Reply:

    Thanks for the advice about not speeding. I’ll try to be safer. The engineers need to work on developing stop lights and traffic laws that are more reasonable, not designed for driving on ice, as most speed limits are.

    So the next step you should do is to market it as Rocket Fuel for cars. That’s another avenue you could market to.

    I have told the guys I work with about your product and many of them are now buying it.

    I like the performance enhancing effects of your product. Fuel saving Im not really worried about because any way a person looks at it, gasoline is a rip off. Once reliable electric cars that are affordable are available, I will be completely done with gasoline cars. Electric cars beat all gas cars for torque, reliability and being free of gasoline. Too many problems though right now, so all I have to do is wait.

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  29. martin says: June 13, 20122:43 pm

    does ecofuel work with boilers, or furnaces as well as it does with engines? would it decrease the NOx in a boiler? what about fuel saving? tks.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Martin,

    We are doing some research on this and will get back to you when we know more. Eco-Fuel Saver works in ANY hydrocarbon fuel, but there are legalities and safety conerns to some uses and that is what we are checking into.

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  30. Chris Ferraro says: June 5, 20128:38 am

    According to your MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) the Eco-Fuel is:
    ETHANOL 65%
    BENZYL ALCOHOL 25%
    PROPRIETARY INGREDIENTS 10%
    We already know that Ethanol does not have the same energy content as pure gasoline so why is the Eco-Fuel blend over 50% Ethanol?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Chris,

    That is a very goodquestion and a very technical observation on your part. First, let me state that the ethanol that we use is a synthisized ethanol and not derived from plant sources. As such, it carries a higher BTU rating. However, this BTU rating is still less than standard gasoline. You also have to remember that Eco-Fuel saver is not a volume fuel additive but a catalytic and chemically active additive. Standard ethanol is put into fuel in large volumes to reduce the amount of petroleum that is used in each gallon of fuel. In truth, the reason ethanol is blended in our fuel is because it is cheaper to make 1 gallon of ethanol than 1 gallon of straight gasoline. So by blending ethanol into the gasoline, oil companies just increased their profit ratio. This is fact. They don’t care that the fuel has less BTU’s in it and there for will not take you as far. As long as the fuel doesn’t ruin your engine and the oil companies can make money on their products, they are happy.

    EFS on the other hand is put into the fuel in very small amounts. The ethanol and alcohol are just the carriers for the catalyst. Since our blend ratio for EFS is 1 to 2,000, if you do the math, we would literally only make a change of 20 BTU’s of energy in the fuel. Assuming that we had 100% gasoline at 125,000 BTU’s and we diluted it by 1/2000 th, that would mean that we had reduced the BTU’s by 62. Ethanol has about 2/3 rds of the BTU’s of 100% gasoline, so taking 2/3 rds of 62 leaves approximately a 20 BTU energy reduction in the fuel. 20 BTU’s compared to 125,000 BTU’s is not measureable and will not affect performance or efficiency. And that is before accounting for the positive effects that the active catalyst Eco-Fuel Saver has in the fuel!

    So yes, you are correct. We sacrifice 20 BTU’s of gross energy to use ethanol and other alcohols as our carriers, but that is so we can make the combustion of the fuel more efficient. By combusting the fuel more efficiently, we are able to capture anywhere from 5,000 to 40,000 additional BTU’s of energy and turn that chemical energy into mechanical energy in the form of torque. That seems like a pretty good trade off to me!

    Chris, thanks for your technical interst in EFS. That was a good question that needed to be asked and answered.

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    Alex Reply:

    Oil companies add ethanol because government regulations require them to as ethanol burns cleaner and is renewable also higher grades of fuel have more ethanol because pure alcohol has an octane rating of about 120 so its a cheap and easy way to raise octane. Ethanol is actually more expensive to make then 87 octane fuel

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    The Experts Reply:

    Alex,

    Oil companies are adding ethanol because gov’t regul.ations are starting to require it in Canada. (In the US, ethanol was mandated into all “pump” fuels several years ago.) However, they are willing doing it becuase it is actually cheaper for the oil company to refine and bring to market a gallon of athanol than a gallon of gasoline. If you count all associated costs, ethanol is far cheaper. If not, oil companies would be fighting it “tooth and nail”. If my information is correct, every ethanol plant in the US and Canada is in one way or another owned by the oil companies. You may have to dig through several layers of corporations to find out the true identies, howqever.

    Pure ethanol has an octane rating of 113, which does allow the fuel to compress more and therefor burn cleaner. As you mentioned, it is a good thing, since ethanol is put in as a volume additive (i.e.5%, 10%, 85%) and has less energy (BTUs) to work with. NOx is a major problem for ethanol based fuels, because with a lower energy content, a motor has to work harder to produce a certain amount of work. If a motor works harder, it is going to work hotter, and NOx is a direct byproduct of heat.

    Now then, EFS is actually able to take these gasoline/ethanol blends and allow them to compress even further into the combustion cylinder. This results in, again, a cleaner burn, an increase in torque and horsepower, and efficiency; as long as the engine and vehicle can take advantage of the increases. EFS does this while NOT reducing the available BTUs of the fuel! Hmmmmmmm………. Do you see where we are going with this Alec? EFS actually allows an engine that has been handcuffed by ethanol to suddenly have more energy to work with on every piston stroke. The engine is able to produce just as much work, but with less fuel and effort. The engine runs cooler and less NOx is produced.

    At this point, all you need is an engine that is capable of utilizing the extra energy that results from further compression and a cleaner burn. What we see, is that most engine applications will be able to use the increase torque, horsepower, and or efficiency increases in some way. However, some engine applications get the cleaner burn, but the engine itself can’t take advantage of the extra energy that is available to it. They have no noticeable improvement in performance or efficiency, yet their emissions are greatly reduced, the engine exhaust gases temperatures are reduced, NOx is reduced and global warming is reduced. Not to bad of an improvement, eh? And this is the scenario where we did not have the huge performance and efficiency gains that are often part of the equation.

    Alec, again thank you for your questions and comments.

    Alex Reply:

    Ethenol is definitely not cheaper to make than 87 octane fuel, just look at the price of E-85 compared to E-10 regular and the corn used to make ethanol is often times sold to fuel companies by independent farmers (i personally know several cash crop farmers who either plant only for ethanol or sell what is no good as feed), they do not own all of the sources. And NOx is not a greenhouse gas it does however cause smog. CO2 and Methane are the big greenhouse gases. Also, perfect combustion of hydrocarbons (impossible with today’s technology) produces CO2 and water so the only way to truly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from a internal combustion engine is to burn less fuel.

  31. Jeremie says: June 1, 20122:43 am

    Hi again,
    I was wondering something about overdosage of EFS: How long does a dose of EFS restructure the fuel for in the tank?
    For example, If I pour 30mL of EFS in my car in anticipation of filling up with 60L but the pump stops at 50L, does that mean the next time I fill up I can put less EFS because the fuel in the tank is already “over treated” and will dilute with the newer fuel ?
    Or does the restructuring of the hydrocarbon chains in the fuel only happen for a certain amount of time once mixed?

    The reason I’m asking is because I sometimes misjudge how much EFS to put in the tank since I do it before I pour in the fuel (for better mixing). And since you only need a 1:2000 ratio of EFS in the fuel I just wanted to know if extra EFS in the fuel can be “reused”.

    Thanks for letting me know, and keep up the great work!
    Best Regards,

    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    Very good and logical question. You can reuse the EFS that is still in the tank. The chemicals and catalyst will still be “alive” or active. However, if you don’t get enough EFS in the tank when refueling, you can dilute EFS to the point will it will not be effective. If you run a stronger mix through 2/3 of your fuel tank capacity, you will only have 1/3 of the extra amount that you originally overdosed with. (And at that point, you probably don’t have that much extra EFS in the remaining 1/3 of your fuel.)

    So yes, you could add slightly less EFS to your next tank and “even” out the EFS ratio in the fuel. Thanks for being a EFS customer.

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  32. Darren says: May 30, 20124:03 pm

    Hi i was just wondering is it safe to have fuel injector cleaner in my gas tank and also add eco fuel saver in my 2000 pontiac sunfire?!…also has there been any fuel economy results in a 2000 pontiac sunfire?

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    Darren Reply:

    And also my car has 200,000kms will efs work right away or take a couple doses cause my car has high kms?

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    The Experts Reply:

    It may take a couple of tanks or work right away. Our guess is that you’re going to see results on the first tank.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Darren,

    It is safe to have fuel injector cleaner in your gas tank and still add EFS. However, there is not need to add injector cleaner if yu use EFS regularly as it will keep your injectors carbon free. We do not know of an actual user writing in in regards to results on a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire but you should see great results with EFS on this make and model. Let us know how it works. Thanks for writing us.

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  33. Glen says: May 29, 20127:02 am

    Hi i drive a 1989 gmc tracker, very good running order, how many tanks of fuel with efs will it take to get better mileage? assuming there will be a change.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Glen, It can vary from immediate to several tanks or none at all. All engines are different and all respond differently to Eco-Fuel Saver. Older vehicles such as yours that are not so rigidly computer controlled often respond better – and faster – than the newer vehicles of the last two years. It costs just $5.99 for a small 60 mL bottle, which treats 120 litres of fuel. We encourage you to give it a try and let us know how it works in your GMC Tracker. The benefits of using Eco-Fuel Saver are far greater than just increased fuel economy (please see our Top 30 List on Home Page). Thanks for writing us.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Glen,

    Every vehicle is different. However, I would expect you to see fairly rapid improvement on an 89 model. You could have some carbon build-up to clean out before you experience the full benefits of EFS. Normally vehicles of your age were never designed for maximum efficiency and the addition of EFS to the fuel makes a fairly rapid and dramatic improvement. Thanks for your question.

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  34. Doug says: May 15, 20121:28 am

    I drive a 2009 2.2l 4cyl Chevy HHR. It’s a flexfuel based engine that can run on e85.

    I drive approximately 420-450km’s a day, 5 days a week for my courier business. My 09 HHR is currently at 360,000kms. I have been using Mobil1 5-30 since the first oil change and do regular maintenance.

    I have a couple of questions before I try this product (as my engine is the core of my business – delivery!).

    Can this product be used in a high-mileage engine, as my engine is over 360,000kms?
    I fill up daily, usually top up about 34 liters into a 63 liter tank. I use just over half the tank daily and need to keep it full. Can I use a half treatment of efs every day?

    I have spent hours researching your product, and am just about ready for the next step, based on your opinions. If EFS can enhance longevity of the engine, and increase fuel efficiency out of an already fuel efficient motor, with the concerns I have addressed, I’ll bite. I currently average between 7.1 and 8.8l/100km’s depending on the amount of city driving i need to do along with my 400kms of highway driving (daily).

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    The Experts Reply:

    Doug,

    Absolutely, you want to bite. Everything we have written about EFS is true and those benefits are even more important in an older, high mileage vehicle. For a fact, I personally have a car that I have run EFS in for 4 1/2 years now that has 200,000 miles (300,000 kms) on it and there is an older van that is used for parts pick-up and delivery that runs from Canmore to Calgary everyday that is higher mileage than yours that is using EFS everyday with great results. We have many individuals using EFS in their older, high mileage vehicles and most tractor trailor owners that are using EFS have considerably more than 360,000 kms on their engines.

    Vehicles with this kind of mileage are starting to get physical, mechanical wear in the motor. To one degree or another, the cyclinder walls will be worn from the piston and rings sliding up and down many millions of times over the many kms that have been driven. This wear will make the combustion chamber not as tight as when it was new. There will be some of the combustion gases that will slip past the rings into the crankcase. There is wear on all of the bearings and any other moving parts. This wear causes small “drags of inefficiencies” on an engine. EFS will not fix any mechanical problems, but what it does do is allow the engine to work a little easier. Normally, as an engine wears, you push the gas pedal a little harder, feeding just a little more fuel to accomplish the same amount of work that you have always done with that same engine and to make up for the mounting mechanical wear and inefficiencies.

    With EFS in the fuel, you capture just a little more energy every time that piston comes up and the fuel is combusted. Your engine does just a little more work on each piston stroke with EFS. Therefore, you don’t need as many piston strokes to accomplish the required work. Your engine works more efficiently and you reduce the required number of piston strokes, thereby reducing additional wear on the engine. What I am describing is a subtle difference, but it does mount up over millions of piston strokes and it does make a major difference in engine longevity.

    I would encourage you to avoid the ethanol based gasolines and use straight gasoline whenever you can. Even though your engine is a flex fuel engine and designed to run on ethanol, you still have to make that engine work more and harder to accomplish the same amount of work on ethanol based fuels versus straight gasoline. If a ethanol based fuel has 10-15% less energy than 100% gasoline, you know right from the beginning that you are going to ask that engine to do 10-15% more work to accomplish the same task. Can you imagine the number of extra piston strokes that it will take to do 15% more work in your engine? Can you imagine the amount of extra wear that is slowly mounting up inside your engine? Using ethanol based fuels is like injecting your engine with a very slow growing form of deadly cancer!!!

    (And in all of those extra piston strokes you will save, can you imagine the amount of extra and unnecessary pollutants that you will prevent from spewing into the atmosphere!!!)

    Doug, use EFS with absolute confidence. Use straight 87 octane gasoline with EFS when you can and because of the additional wear on the motor, make sure that you are extra diligent about those oil changes. Thanks for your interest in EFS.

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    Doug Reply:

    Thanks for your quick response. I avoid E85 like the plague, though EVERY station around here has 10-15% ethanol mixed in the 87 octane. The only ethanol-free gasoline in Kamloops is 94 octane at Chevron locations, but you pay for it in the price.

    I’ll give EFS a test run and see what results are like., Hopefully our local Canadian Tire has it in stock in the larger bottle (so I can run it for a week or two).

    I will definitely let you know how I feel after using it.

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  35. Regan says: May 12, 20126:18 pm

    Has efs been tested with shell nitrogen gasoline and if so did it have the same results as other gasoline?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Regan,

    Yes we have used Shell gasoline as well as all other brands of gasoline in our testing over the years. You must remember that all gasoline is the same when it is all mixed together in the pipeline headed for a distribution terminal. It is only at the end when some of the additives are put in by each oil company that there is any difference at all. However, the additives are just a fraction of the total volume of the fuel and do not change the energy (BTU’s) of the fuel much at all. Essentially, everyone’s gasoline (at least 100% pure gasoline) has the same amount of energy in it and therefore combusts the same. There are small differences, but essentially it is the same. Certain engines seem to do a little better on one fuel versus another, and one fuel may be a little better than another for certain driving conditions. However, at the end of the day, all gasoline basically has the same amount of chemical energy (BTU’s). The whole process of combustion is about converting chemical energy into mechanical energy.

    If you track your mileage very closely, you may be able to determine if one gasoline does slightly better than another for your vehicle and personal driving habits. Of greater concern should be the ethanol content of the gasoline. Ethanol does not have the same energy content as pure gasoine and you will notice big differences in efficiency and performance when comparing ethanol and non-ethanol gasolines. I always try to buy 87 octane fuel without ethanol if I can find it. 100% gasoline will almost always give you the most energy value for your dollar. Thank you for your question and your interest in EFS.

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  36. Jeremie says: April 25, 20122:24 am

    Hi again,
    I just had a quick question regarding the new and improved bottles: When are they coming out?
    In one of the earlier posts you mentioned they would arrive sometime in April I think, and May is soon approaching, so I was wondering if you had a more precise ETA (i.e an exact date) to give us.
    I’m really looking forward to trying the new bottles out to see if they make things easier.
    Out of curiosity, do you know if they will also work well with the Ford “cap-less” gas caps/fillers?

    Thanks again for your answers and of course for EFS.
    Have a great day,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    The new 60 ml bottles are in all of Husky’s service stations, convenience stores, and truck stops right now. Distribution of the new bottles to Husky started last week and I believe it is now complete. As far as the gas filler flap, yes, the new bottles will push in the flap on the capless vehicles. I still use the special funnel provided by Ford when you buy the car. It is in with the spare tire usually. I use that because it extends the opening out further so that when I pour the EFS into the gas tank, I can control the bottle and the amount going into the tank better.

    Thanks for being an EFS user.

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    Jeremie Reply:

    Thank you for the quick reply,
    But do you have an estimated date for the new 450mL bottles that we can normally find at Canadian Tire or Wal-Mart? These are usually the ones I buy and I can’t wait to see how much easier they’ll be to use.
    Thanks for letting me know.
    Sincerely,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Jeremy,
    The new 450 mL bottles will be available in June.They are a larger version of the new 60 mL bottles now avaiable in Husky and Mac’s.

    Chris Reply:

    For the ford cap less system you are going to have to use the funnel that came with the car.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Chris,
    Yes, you will need to use the funnel.

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  37. David says: April 8, 20128:52 pm

    I don’t watch TV, or listen to the radio – I stumbled across an EFS display at a Canadian Tire in Calgary… Here in Canada there is often a huge price difference between regular and premium fuels, compared to what I’ve seen in the USA… example… $0.20/US gallon difference between regular and premium in Helena, MT at gasbuddy.com… usually at least $0.10/liter (nearly $0.40/US gallon) here in Canada… so if your car craves premium fuel, using EFS will save you $ over premium even if there aren’t gains in fuel economy……that’s why I use it….. my aging VW Corrado VR6 simply runs better on premium fuels and so I save about $5/tank by using EFS and regular even if I gain nothing in terms of fuel economy….and this is why I doubt the oil giants would use EFS in their fuel – it would completely eliminate the need for the higher margin premium fuels that they sell…

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  38. Anthony says: March 21, 201212:36 pm

    Hi there, I have a 2006 Ford F150 4×4 Super Crew Cab and have been using Eco Fuel Saver for about 6 months now and have noticed a much needed improvement on fuel economy and in my wallet. When at a stand still in the driveway or parking lot the gas coming out of the exhaust pipe smells different. Also, when I went to do an oil change last week my mechanic said my oil was clean still after 5000 kms and the oil filter wasn’t dark black dirty. My question is this, now that I have used this product for 6 months do I have to continue using it to keep up the good fuel economy savings on gas and money or is my truck now used to it and it will stay how it is now, or will it go back to it’s old self and eat gas faster? It’s a Great product and I have recommended it to family and friends and they are very happy as well!

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Anthony,

    Unfortunately, you have to continue using it to restructure the fuel or your fuel economy will fall back to where it was before you began using EFS. Plus if you discontinue using it you will not get all the other great benefits that using EFS provides. Yes, we know, it is a pain in the butt to have to add it to your fuel all the time. In this regard, it is our sincere hope that a petroleum company in Canada (and the U.S and elsewhere in the world) will see the merits of having an Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced gasoline or diesel fuel already premixed at the pump for motorists to fill up with. I do believe that sooner or later one of them will be smart enough to do it and get a leg up on their competitors. However, until that day comes we all have to continue to add it to our fuel. Yes, you will notice a different smell coming out of your exhaust, it will be “cleaner” smelling; not such a heavy gasoline or diesel fuel smell. This is another way to tell that EFS is working. Also, since more of the fuel is being burned more complete in the combustion chamber you have less carbon and unburned fuel blowby getting past the piston rings and into the fuel and that is why your oil and filter is staying cleaner for a lot longer. If you buy the 450 mL/15 oz bottle for $29.99 it will treat 900 liters/225 U.S gallons of fuel and cost you only 3 1/2 cents to treat each liter of fuel or, for U.S users, about 13 cents to treat each gallon. It’s the cheapest bang for your buck that you’ll ever get when it comes to something you can do for your vehicle and your wallet. The national average gasoline price in Canada right now is about $1.32 per liter, $1.36 isn’t going to make much difference but it sure will in additonal money savings on gasoline and in the long haul on repairs, oil changes, etc. Best of all, there is nothing better you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and help Canada’s air pollution problems from the burning of gasoline and diesel fuel. Eco-Fuel Saver is the greatest emissions reducing additive in the world today – this planet desperately needs this product. Anthony, thanks for writing us, recommending us, and using Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  39. JH says: March 17, 20122:24 pm

    Hi, I have a 2008 BMW X5 (3.0) and am thinking about using this product. Have a few questions before I start using it:
    - is there any possibility of damage to any of the vehicle’s fuel/engine system? Any corrosive compounds? Is the change something that applies uniformly to the whole tank of gas?
    - I currently use the recommended 91 octane gas on a regular basis. Is there a need to allow the engine to adjust to this slowly if I want to use the 87 octane gas along with this product?
    - I usually fill up as soon as the tank is about half full; should I be fine using the eco fuelsaver only for the additional amount I am filling up?
    - Any form of risk from getting in contact with the skin? There doesn’t seem to be anything special in the shape/design of the bottles and it can be easy to get it on the skin as controlling the amount dispensed is seemingly tricky. Any tips in advance?

    Thanks

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi JH,

    1) ZERO POSSIBILITY of damage to the engine or your vehicle’s fuel system or other components.
    2) No corrosive compounds that will damage any engine components. NO ACETONE!
    3) It uniformly restructures the whole tank of fuel.
    4) No need to allow the engine to adjust slowly. Give up the premium and go to 87 and save the difference in the price per liter between the two grades. We recommend that you double dose (60 mLs for 60 liters) the first tank of fuel you use EFS in, then head on down the road and never look back.
    5) You MUST treat the whole tank of fuel at the minimum recommended treatment rate (each 30 mLs treats 60 liters) and not just treat a half tank of fuel. Undermix and EFS WILL NOT WORK. Again, use 60 mLs per 60/70 liters of fuel the first time to restructure more of the fuel faster and then use just 15 mLs for every 30 liters of fuel you put in after that. It costs just 3.5 cents per liter to treat each liter of fuel if you buy the larger 450 mL bottle ($29.99 – treats 900 liters of fuel). It cost 5 cents to treat each liter of fuel if you buy a 60 mL shot. It’s a bargain for all the great benefits (environmentally, mechanically and financially) you receive by using EFS.
    6) If it gets on your skin you should wash your hands or end up smelling like EFS for several hours until the smell dissipates (we think it smells like grape juice). The new bottles that are due to hit the market in May and June will make dispensing easier as they have a longer neck on the bottle.
    7) We are hoping that once Eco-Fuel Saver becomes a household name in Canada and is widely used by millions of Canadians that a major petroleum company (or two) will blend Eco-Fuel Saver directly into their fuel at the pump so that it is available already premixed when you fill up. Hopefully that becomes a reality in the not-too-distant future.

    Thanks for writing us.

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    JH Reply:

    Thanks for the detailed and prompt response. I applied the product earlier today to my 2001 Civic and noticed a marked improvement (smoother and quieter running engine) in the short drive back home! Will see how it goes once I use regular on the X5 along with this product. I’ll definitely be looking forward to the newer bottle design.

    Another question regarding how long the newly structure fuel with EFS – remains structured. Is there a certain time frame after which the fuel gets back to its original form and the effect of EFS shows signs of diminishing?
    We have got 3 cars in the household and combined, we don’t need to fill them up often, hence the question.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi JH,

    The newly restructured fuel will always remain restructured. We like to give a simplified layman’s analogy when it comes to what EFS does to the fuel. First off, if you go to Banner #3 (the locomotive testing page) and look at our fuel analysis reports (both gasoline and diesel) you will see that the CHEMICAL structure of the gasoline OR diesel fuel remains virtually UNCHANGED after EFS is added to either fuel. In order to be accepted by the petroleum industry, and even labs like CAD Rail or Southwest Research Institute in Texas (amongst others) to be tested in engines, it is important that the chemical structure of the fuel not be altered by the addition of any additive. If the fuel structure is changed drastically from the established guidelines, it’s game over, they will not test the fuel in any engine. So, as you can see in our fuel analysis reports, the fuel CHEMICALLY remains the same. However, it’s been PHYSICALLY changed. So going back to our laymans analogy, what EFS does is basically take a wooden log and grind it up into wood chips or shavings. It is chemically still wood right? Nothing has been changed in that regard (chemically), it’s still wood. However, the wood has been PHYSICALLY changed and is now in tiny pieces instead of one big piece. And it’s the exact same amount of wood, too. What happens now is that the smaller pieces of wood are able to be compressed further into the combustion chamber than the log would have been before being ignited. Because of this denser concentration of wood before it is ignited, more of the wood is burned which results in a greater explosion in the combustion chamber, and therefore more downward thrust on the piston occurs. This increased downward thrust creates more torque and mechanical energy (power), and therefore more forward propulsion, on EXACTLY the same amount of wood (fuel). 93 octane gasoline vs. 87 octane gasoline works on the same principal; the 93 octane gasoline is able to be compressed more in the combustion chamber before ignition than the 87 gasoline. This extra compression of the fuel helps prevent engine spark knock and pinging in high performance engines. So what EFS does is similar to what more octane does in a 93 vs. an 87 octane gasoline; it takes the 87 regular gasoline and makes the chains of hydrocarbon (fuel) molecules shorter so that they can be compressed further in the combustion chamber, like 93 octane gasoline, before being ignited. However, EFS does it even better. If you were to put your Beamer on the dyno and run it wide open and see what it’s top speed is and then put in 87 octane gasoline enhanced with EFS, not only will it NOT spark knock or ping (which is what normally happens in high performance engines running on 87 octane gasoline), but it will also have more power and speed than what you achieve on the 93 – by about 3-5% (which is huge in the performance engine game). We like to say that on average we will increase the lower grade fuels by about 10%. In other words, 87 regular octane gasoline will perform at about the equivalent of a 97 octane fuel, which of course you can’t buy at the pump. Best of all, since we are burning more of the wood in the combustion chamber as energy, there is less emissions created and going out the tailpipe into the atmosphere. An EFS enhanced fuel, as we have said many times before, is the finest, cleanest burning, “greenest” petroleum fuel in the world. There is no better gasoline or diesel fuel than an EFS enhanced gasoline or diesel fuel. Hope this info helps better explain how EFS works.

  40. grant says: March 16, 20129:25 pm

    hi, I own a 2007 cx7 GT AWD and has a 2.3L DISI direct injection turbo in it very powerful, the manual says put only premium gas on it or at least 91 ocatane. Can I use regular gas ang use EFS? will the turbo damage down the road? manual also stated that it is not allowed to put any fuel additive as it may damage the engine espicially with engines that has turbo in it.hope u can help out. Thanks

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Grant,

    When it comes to using EFS in your vehicle, disregard that manual. ABSOLUTELY use regular gas with EFS in your CX7. It will be even better than premium gasoline and will not damage the turbo or engine in any way, shape or form. You will also have a cleaner burning fuel, less emisisons, less carbon build up on engine components, the fuel you burn is better for the environment and our air pollution issues, and you will save money on fuel. The difference between regular and premium is 20 cents a liter and it costs only 5 cents a liter or less to use EFS in your fuel. Even without seeing mileage gains you are still saving money.

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    grant Reply:

    thank you for the prompt reply. i will try it this week end and will keep you guys posted on the results.

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  41. Keith says: March 14, 20129:51 am

    Time for a kick in the pants? You guys have great product,but it is not getting out there, just for the hell of it I typed in best fuel additive on Google, nothing on EFS! Nadda! I found out about EFS on The Weather channel. Which I do not watch much, hardly ever. Your web sight is good.. for tecknows, but for fuddle duddle like me [ PEI said that once] it is a bit over my head, and I am a retired auto Tool and Diemaker. The Sun newspaper would be good. NO I do not work for them, had a few comments like that on blogs saying I work for EFS. Time to wear some leather out? [Shoes]

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Keith,

    No, we don’t need a kick in the pants. We have the best plan on the planet for sending Eco-Fuel Saver to the moon and making it a household name. The masses don’t google anything, they don’t have time for that. The masses watch TV and/or listen to the radio and/or read about things in newspapers and magazines. That’s were most of the people get their information. However, in order to effectively recoup advertising dollars a product needs to have decent distribution or you’ll lose your shirt. We have spent the past year getting retailers lined up so that we can make our advertising campaigns worthwhile. Initially we were going to run a national campaign with just Canadian Tire on board had all the Canadian Tire stores taken our floor display so that when we did unleash our advertising the consumer walks into the store, sees the display, and goes; “There’s that stuff I saw on TV or heard about on the radio”. That would make our advertising pay for itself and move a heck of a lot more product. Sadly, most Canadian Tire stores did not take the floor display and chose to just put Eco-Fuel Saver on the shelf with all the other products/additives. That was not what we asked for with Canadian Tire so we could pull the pin on a big ad campaign. Being on the shelf out of sight and mind of most consumers is not conducive to advertising paying for itself. I know because I have done it with LaKOTA. You either have to be in the consumers face and displayed prominently where they can find it easily (or be reminded of it) or in many different retail chains to make your advertising worthwhile and to get it to pay for itself. Had all the Canadian Tire stores taken a floor display we would have pulled the pin on a national ad campaign last summer and Eco-Fuel Saver would have been a household name in Canada by now. Unfortunately, that floor display placement that we were looking for did not happen. If a retailer stands behind me with the placement I am looking for, I will stand behind them and do my job and move it out of the store. To be fair, several Canadian Tire stores did take a floor display (some of them took 2) and those stores are selling most of the Eco-Fuel Saver sold in Canadian Tire because people see it. Now that Walmart is on board, Mac’s convenience stores (April 1st) and one of Canada’s major petroleum companies, Husky, (April 15th), we are going to launch an ad campaign that will make Eco-Fuel Saver a household name by the end of summer in Canada. We are almost ready to go!

    Rick Stewart – CEO

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    alan macfadyen Reply:

    Read your march 15th reply .I walked into the local Canada tire store , on the counter of auto dept.were 8or10 60 mi bottles of ECO-FUEL . I WOULD NOT HAVE PAID ANY ATTENTION except that a friend had been telling me about it a few days ago. I bought 2 bottles. WHERE CAN I BUY LARGER AMOUNTS ? WITH A DISPENSER ? ALAN

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Alan,

    Most Canadian Tire stores, but not all, also carry the 450 mL size bottle (trreats up to 900 litres and is a better value). This bottle has a longer neck and is a little easier to dispense from. If the Canadian Tire store you purchased the 60 mL bottles have the 450 mL size it is likely on the shelf with the other fuel additives. Thanks for trying EFS.

    Keith Reply:

    Had a little dig at the Boss about the dispenser, it is a pain, first time I used it, I put in about three ounces not one, the actual hole on most cars about 1″ down and smaller the larger hole, the first one has a drain, so one cannot……dribble it in, cure #1 a small funnel, great if no wind, EFS does not taste to good[That is a joke] cure # 2 a empty bottle of Slime[tire sealant] with a flex hose, works great, but took time swapping EFS from one bottle to other to get correct measure,with marker, on Slime bottle,bet you guys are already on this, been thru a start up,it takes time, VW Wheel casting plant, Barrie 1984. Love EFS, hope one day Tom,Dick and,Harry all use it, Ooops! and Mary, do not want to be sexist, in North America. Were is smog test CA on web? Tks

    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Keith,

    We are currently working on a custom bottle design that we hope to have ready to go by the end of April. Very time consuming and expensive fabricating something that is satisfactory. Like you said, just one of those growing pains you go through with a start up. Will rectify the problem soon. Hopefully some day a petroleum company will blend EFS right into their fuel and we won’t need to bottle it, you’ll be able to fill up with a pre-enhanced EFS fuel right at the pump.The California smog test results are now Banner #1 on the Home page.

    Larry Maheu Reply:

    Istill think it would be a good idea to let reps take on the rsponsibility of placing your product in independants and rural areas. They are a network of ‘infantry’ that gets into the crucks and crannies of retail outlets that only they can get into. Working on commission and just taking orders from samples, and brochures, if you have them, is very cost effective for you. Reps can take their own gas mileage improvements and show them to retailers. The 60ml bottle size is great for ‘trying out the product’. By the way, I think some people are not getting the gas improvement because they put the gas in first, instead of pushing the saver with gasoline. Maybe it doesn’t make a difference, but it makes me wonder just the same. So, I ‘ask the expert’.
    Years ago, in1991, I sold Liquid Lustre and RainX to self serves. (I actually got RainX into Canadian Tire before I became seriously ill. I could have been the Canadian distributor. What a loss) Then all buying for self serve stations became centralized and all reps lost their incomes. Centralization requires buiyers, and good products are at the whim of one person, while each self serve had it;s own buyer and when a product was advertised on TV, 95% bought, and later 100%. So centralization is too socialist and takes away control from free enterprisers.
    I would ask you to consider reps for at least a year. It would give some people a worthwhile endeavour while helping advertising work better—by having the product available when customers ask for it at their favorite store.
    Larry

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  42. Russell says: March 9, 201211:54 am

    i currently own a 2011 rav 4 (4 cyl) and i only get aprox 350 kms to the 60 litre tank. Do you think that the EFS will work in the 2011 rav 4 ? I have spoken with several toyota dealerships in the Edmonton/ Sherwood Park area and none are willing to do something about this terrible problem of burning, in my opinion, so much fuel. Do you think there would be any warranty issues using this product on a new vehicle?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Russell,

    In our consumer testimonial section there is a customer who uses EFS in their Rav 4 and swears by it. I believe the vehicle is a 2009 model year. However, the engine configuration is likely the same as yours. There are no absolutely no warranty issues with using EFS in any vehicle or engine. Give it a try and let it us know how it works for you in your Rav 4, Russell.

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  43. Dan says: March 4, 20124:33 pm

    Can I run EFS and a fuel injector cleaner together in the same tank or at the same time? Will the mixture of the two products cause problems??

    Thanks.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Dan,

    The answer is absolutely you can run both. However, EFS will do the job of the injector cleaner as well. I would ask you to check out our Experts response to David on 12-24-2011 for greater detail on this question. Thanks for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  44. Jeremie says: March 4, 20122:08 pm

    Hi,
    I’ve been looking over all the comments and responses on this page and I really enjoy learning more about EFS every time. There are many great questions that result in great answers, and so I now have another one of my own.

    I recently became aware of Mazda’s new SkyActive Technology which features a high compression engine (13:1 I think) and a question popped into my head: How would these engines, which are meant to greatly increase combustion efficiency, work in combination with EFS?
    Would they yield even greater performance/efficiency or would the effects of EFS be minimized due to the combustion already being better from a mechanical standpoint? Or would there simply be not much difference?
    In other words, could EFS and SkyActive be a match made in heaven or are they destined to make each other irrelevant?

    As a consumer I am very curious to know, because I believe that both EFS and Mazda are doing things the right way, that is to boost the efficiency of fuel combustion, and I would like to stay informed as to the best ways to optimize my fuel economy and protect the environment.
    Plus, as technology progresses more and more engines are bound to become better at what they do, and this question will become quite relevant.

    So, if you guys have a theory or test results, they would be very interesting to hear/see.
    Also, if there is anyone out there using EFS in a SkyActive engine, please share your experience.

    Looking forward to hearing more on this subject, and thanks again for all the great info and, of course, for EFS.
    Best Regards,

    Jeremie

    Here’s a link to a video explaining how a SkyActive engine works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-EEbMxAho0&list=PL1DD18B423A1D109E&index=2&feature=plpp_video

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    Thank you for your comments and obvious interest in Eco-Fuel Saver. Thank you also for having enough interest to actually share Mazda’s SkyActiv video link with us. That is the first time that I had seen this. It sounds and looks very impressive. Mazda builds a good car and it looks like they have done their homework on this application. Now to your questions.

    We don’t know if anyone out there has a new Mazda with this SkyActiv engine technology that is using EFS. (If anyone is, please write in with your personal experiences.) I don’t know for sure, but in looking at their specs, it looks like they have mechanically figured out how to use regular 87 octane gasoline in this high compression engine. If they have, it is a significant accomplishment for them. Here is how EFS will help these engines. Even if they are designed to use 87 octane gasoline, using EFS also will provide an insurance policy against early (predetonation) that often occurs with 87 octane gasolines. EFS will still make the actual gasoline itself better. When the fuel actually combusts, EFS will help facilitate more complete combustion which will lower the exhaust gas temperatures, which in turn will help control the heat factor in the engine block around the cyclinders. The more complete combustion will obviously provide drastically reduced emissions, even in a new engine.

    When these SkyActiv engines start to get a little wear on them, then EFS’s qualities will really start to show. As the new emission control devices start to age, they will be emitting more and more toxic emissions into the environment. The engine will slowly be accumulating wear as well, which will be compounding the situation since it will be loosing some of its efficiency and have more inefficient combustion than when new. EFS in the fuel will help mitigate the increased toxic emissions that always occur under these conditions.

    As far as efficiency, I would only expect a small increase in efficiency when the vehicle is new. (I could be wrong, but I always try to give an honest answer or opinion.) There will be an increase, but it will be small and hard to quantiify. Mazda has maxed out the efficiencies in every area of this new line of cars. Engines, drive train, and aerodyamics have all been improved to provide maximum efficiency. Mechanically, EFS can only do so much, but, as the vehicle starts to age and the inefficiencies of wear start to accumulate, I think that EFS will keep these Mazda’s running at peak performance much longer that they normally would and provide considerable benefit to the environment in controling emission reductions, even in an already efficient vehicle.

    Again, Jeremie, thanks for your interest in EFS and thanks for asking about this new engine technology.

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    Jeremie Reply:

    Thank you very much for your quick and honest response, it was enlightening.

    If you ever get more info or tests done on SkyActiv engines, please let me know as I’m very curious of the results EFS has in different applications.
    I’m also looking forward to hearing from anyone who has experience with EFS and SkyActiv.

    Thanks again and best regards,
    Jeremie

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  45. brian pederson says: March 4, 20127:09 am

    I have a 2005 Lincoln LS 3.9 L engine. manual says premium fuel required,can I burn regular with eco fuel saver without damaging engine?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Brian,

    Absolutely, you will be able to run 87 octane with EFS without damaging the engine. You will get as good or better performance from the regular 87 octane EFS enhanced fuel. All a higher octane fuel does is allow the fuel to be compressed further into the cyclinder before it is ignited. One of Eco-Fuel Saver’s many qualities is that it also allows fuel to be compressed further into the cyclinder before ignition. An EFS enhanced fuel has an additional advantage over ALL grades of conventional gasolines in that once it is ignited, it is always going to produce a cleaner and more efficient burn resulting in far fewer emissions.

    I am sure that you have seen some of the videos and testimonials on our web site about high performance Corvettes and Porshes running on 87 octane with EFS. Those are for real. As a personal aside, I currently have an Infiniti that specs premium fuel and before that a Lexus that speced premium fuel. I have run both of those vehicles continously on 87 octane gasoline with EFS and and the performance was all you could ask for. And as I have said many times in these responses, you can’t make the engine spark knock. YOU JUST CAN’T DO IT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES! And that is the only reason that premium fuels are speced in the first place. To compress the fuel higher in the cyclinder for more performance and to eliminate the spark knock that would otherwise occur.

    Brian, thanks for your question and your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver. Enjoy the performance, pocket the savings (which is going to be considerable in your case) and know that you are doing your part to reduce the emissions your engine would normally spew out.

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  46. Doug says: February 21, 201212:32 pm

    Back in the summer we added some of the product to the tank and it wasn’t until the third tank full before we enjoyed a 33% savings. After that we never saved anything again. Perhaps the injectors were becoming plugged because the dealer just gave them a service cleaning with a machine and the power is back to normal.
    Do you think the injectors became dirty and as the efficiency became decreased it negated the benefit of your product. We will wait for your response before adding some more.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Doug,

    We need some clarification on your question before we can answer it properly. Are you saying that you saved 33% on the 3rd tank and then the mileage just fell back to where it was before you achieved the 33% improvement on the 3rd tank? Or did you expect the mileage to keep on improving after you achieved the 33% gain in fuel efficiency on the 3rd tank? Dirty injectors do not negate the action of Eco-Fuel Saver. It restructures the fuel EVERY SINGLE TIME you use it regardless of any mechanical issues your vehicle may have. However, if your vehicle does have mechanical problems (including dirty injectors) you may not see the mileage results with EFS that you should (but emissions reductions will still be there because the fuel is burning cleaner and more complete in the combustion chamber). As you can see in the few simplified California Smog tests done in the past week that I have attached below, EFS makes toxic emissions of NOx and HC’s plummet. In fact, EFS reduces emissions almost immediately as these test were all done within one hour of baseline testing and after being driven 20 miles or less after Eco-Fuel Saver was added….just long enough to get EFS mixed in the fuel and going through the engine before being retested for emissions. Trust us when we say that EFS is WORLD CHANGING Air Pollution Control Technology from the burning of pertoleum fuel! The full emissions report will be available on our website as banner #2 next week. It will blow you away!

    2004 Ford F-350
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 49, Nitrous oxides = 29.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 1 (98% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 21, Nitrous oxides = 0.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 1 (95% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (no change).

    2003 Ford F-350
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 93, Nitrous oxides = 1265.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 33, Nitrous oxides = 33.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    2000 Ford Focus
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 40, Nitrous oxides = 181.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 6 (85% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 12, Nitrous oxides = 6.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 2 (83% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    1997 Ford F-150
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 15, Nitrous oxides = 125.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 36 (71% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 7, Nitrous oxides = 162.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 117 (28% reduction).

    2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 10, Nitrous oxides = 47.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 8 (20% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 13 (72% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 5, Nitrous oxides = 0.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 4 (20% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (no change).

    2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 69, Nitrous oxides = 117.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 14 (80% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 12 (90% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 33, Nitrous oxides = 49.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 14 (58% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 9 (82% reduction).

    2004 Toyota Camry
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 25, Nitrous oxides = 105.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 11 (56% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 61 (42% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 6, Nitrous oxides = 1.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 5 (20% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    2001 Toyota Tacoma
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 50, Nitrous oxides = 478.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 19 (62% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 101 (78% reduction).

    1999 Toyota Camry
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 11, Nitrous oxides = 73.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 6 (45% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 37 (49% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 1, Nitrous oxides = 134.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 42 (69% reduction).

    2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 31, Nitrous oxides = 19.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 8, Nitrous oxides = 0.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 0 (100% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 0 (no change).

    2004 GMC Yukon
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 24, Nitrous oxides = N/A.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 1 (96% reduction), Nitrous oxides = N/A.

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 16, Nitrous oxides = N/A.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 1 (94% reduction), Nitrous oxides = N/A.

    2000 GMC Jimmy
    Pre-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 20, Nitrous oxides = 60.
    Post-EFS Test @ 15 mph: Hydrocarbons = 6 (70% reduction), Nitrous oxides = 1 (98% reduction).

    Pre-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 6, Nitrous oxides = 4.
    Post-EFS Test @ 25 mph: Hydrocarbons = 5 (17%), Nitrous oxides = 0 (100% reduction).

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  47. Peter Springfield says: February 10, 20129:37 am

    How long has this product been on the market.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Peter,

    Eco-Fuel Saver has been on the market for 9 months. Canadian Tire in Canada was the first retailer to begin carrying it in June, 2011.

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  48. alex says: February 10, 20127:00 am

    I am looking to buy a 2004 jeep tj with a 4.0l engine, would this increase the fuelmilage even if I took it off roading?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Alex,

    I have a 90′s model Jeep Cherokee Limited with a 4 liter engine in it. I got a solid 15% increase in highway mileage anytime I got it out for a long, consistant drive where I could accurately compare mileage. In town, it is so difficult to tell because of all the variables, but I averaged a 9-10% increase over what I would normally get. There is a definite increase in power which is most noticeable on take offs. The vehicle is just quicker and more responsive. This is exactly what you will notice when you are off roading. You will have more power and the engine will be quicker and “lighter on its feet (tires)” so to speak. It would be impossible to say what kind of fuel increase that you would achieve, but you would be using most of your “efficiency” improvements as power and torque. Or at least that is the way I would be using the increased combustion efficiency. I can tell you that off-roading is hard on vehicles and engines. Extreme conditions are often encountered that stress and tax the engines capacity to operate as it was intended. This is where engine wear and damage often occur. The extra horsepower and torque increases will help keep the rpms up where the engine functions better. It will prevent the engine from “lugging” as easily. Off roading often results in vehicles building engine heat as they are asked to work extremely hard. An Eco-Fuel saver enhanced fuel WILL mitigate some of this heat build up and engine wear while prolonging engine life.

    I have said it before in these posts and I will say it again. The value of Eco-Fuel Saver to the engine and engine systems is far greater than just the efficiency savings that people realize. The real bonus is that by treating your engine better, improving performance, and prolonging its useful life, you are doing a great service for the environment as well. The next time that you are off roading and enjoying the beautiful scenery of Canada you will have the personal satisfaction of knowing that you have reduced your impact on environment. Than you for your question and have fun.

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  49. James Thomas says: February 9, 20122:51 pm

    I need to know specifically what unleaded fuel means on my dashboard I own a 1997 S-10. Does it mean it will only use 87 grade gasoline. Or up to 93 grade to run efficiently. Please let me know because unleaded means unleaded to me. I want to buy the proper gasoline, not the kind that will just pass through the fuel system and be spit out through emissions. Tell me about it.

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    The Experts Reply:

    James,

    Most vehicles will state on the dashboards and usually on or around the fuel guage whether the vehicle uses unleaded gasoline or diesel fuel. It normally will not tell you which grade of gasoline to use. (Some manufacturers will.) Normally the grade of gasoline is specified in the owners manual. You have to remember that often times the same model of vehicle is sold all over the world with different engine configurations. Many times a vehicle that is a gasoline engine here in North America might be a diesel engine in South America or Europe. And trucks are a perfect example here in North America. You can walk on a dealer lot and pick almost identical trucks out with the only difference being a gasoline or diesel engine. Your 1997 S-10 was designed to run on regular 87 octane fuel. It was never designed to run on gasoline mixed with ethanol, NEVER. Using EFS will help that S-10 run cooler with more power. If you are accurately tracking fuel mileage, you should notice an approximate 15% improvement in your mileage.

    Eco-Fuel Saver helps mitigate the harmful effects of ethanol in gasoline. EFS also increases the combustion efficiency of all fuels. In this case, using EFS with an ethanol based 87 octane gasoline will make the truck perform like it used to 15 years ago when it was running on 100% 87 octane gasoline. The truck will run easier and EFS will help prolong this engines life. Thanks for your question and interest in EFS.

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  50. Grant Russell says: February 5, 20129:47 am

    I have just purchased a 2008 Toyota Forerunner with a 4l motor. It appears to be have a much greater fuel consumption than I anticipated. I like to use premium gasoline in my vehicle. Will fuel saver work better with premium gasoline or should I just go back to using the lower priced dirtier gasoline and fuel saver

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    The Experts Reply:

    Grant,

    Absolutely switch to 87 octane plus Eco-Fuel Saver and never look back. However, if you really want to do a true self test so that you will never doubt yourself or Eco-Fuel Saver, then try this. Run a tank of 93 octane gasoline and take the Forerunner out and act like you are racing it. From a dead stop, floor it and hold it there up to about 150-160- kms/hour. Then try cruising at different speeds, 45 kms/hr, 70 kms/ hr, and 90 kms/hr and then floor it and hold clear through to 150-160 kms/hr. Notice the performance, pick-up, spark knock (if any) etc.. You probably have 93 in the tank right now and can do this test as soon as road conditions are right. Then put 93 octane plus Eco-Fuel Saver in the tank and run it a day or so to get the EFS enhanced fuel worked through the system. Then do exactly the same tests as before. You should notice improved performance at all levels, but it won’t be throw you back in your seat, off of the charts noticeable. It will be more of a “seat of the pants” and through the hands on the wheel feeling of “yes, this IS good”. Then run that 93 octane enhanced fuel almost totally out of the tank so that it is almost empty. Put in 87 octane fuel with Eco-Fuel Saver and drive that around for a few days and then go out and do the exact same driving tests that you did with the other 2 tanks of fuel. The increased performance probably will not be noticeable and that is EXACTLY the point. The 87 octane fuel enhanced with EFS will perform BETTER than the straight 93 octane gasoline and almost identically as good as the 93 octane gasoline enhanced with EFS. You would probably have to put your engine on a dyno to notice an differences at all.

    At that point, you can feel comfortable that 87 octane fuel enhanced with EFS will give you all the performance that you desire at a considerable value to you. At a difference of $.10 per liter between regular 87 octane and 93 octane gasoline, the cash savings accumulate very quickly in your wallet. As well as this savings, you will be getting an efficiency increase in your mileage which will “compound” your personal savings and you will be doing the whole world a favor by reducing your toxic exhaust emissions and reducing the exhaust heat from your tailpipe that contributes to global warming.

    Grant, those kind of actions just might get you nominated for ‘man of the year’. LOL. We would like to hear back from you in a few weeks to verify your personal “seat of the pants” testing and your satisfaction with Eco-Fuel Saver. By the way, when doing your comparison testing, please pay special attention to the gasoline you are buying and the percentages of ethanol (if any) in the fuel. That way, you can compare apples to apples, so to speak. Thank you for being interested enough to write in and ask your questions.

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    Keith Reply:

    Am I misreading this? telling people to drive at 150/160 kms/hour, thats a bit over the limlt unless you meant on a race track

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    The Experts Reply:

    Keith,

    Thanks for the question. I knew someone would respond to what I wrote and you are the lucky guy. LOL. My official company response is that we would never encourage anyone to ever break any law in any country. Now then, that being said, my practical answer is that this is the way that I would and do test a vehicle and it is also the way mechanics test vehicles. After you have taken your car into a dealership and complained about it being sluggish, do you want them to throw in a set of new plugs and a couple filters and then go road test it at 70 kms per hour or do you want them to take it out on the open road and stomp on the gas pedal as if they were passing 3 logging trucks at once. The answer is you want them to thoroughly test it so that when they give it back you know that it is ready to perform if you need it to.

    Many people are writing in about high performance applications and “chipped” vehicles. We are getting many questions about higher octane fuels and their performance. So obviously there is a need to practically address and test these applications and it is not at 70 kms/hour. There is a need for performance in everyday applications as well. I have had wrecks happen directly beside me in high speed merging situations on 2 different occasions and both times I saw the situation developing and was able to hit the gas and jump out of the way without getting tangled up in the situation. I have also been pulling large trailers and had them go sideways in both snow and heavy rain situations. This is an ultra critical situation and you have 1 or 2 seconds to stomp on the gas and get the truck to PULL the trailer back around and get it straightened out before the trailer “eats” the truck. This is the only way to correct this situation. In these two examples and many other critical everyday situations, you need engines to respond with more power and/or speed immediately. Personally, I want to know what my vehicle and engine are capable of before I ever need to depend on it in a life and death situation. From a practical stand point Keith, this is the only way I know how to find out what an engine will do.

    Eco-Fuel saver helps with this. An EFS enhanced fuel will provide more torque, horsepower, and speed and it will provide it quicker and more consistently. I have provided both EFS and EFS enhanced fuels in drag racing situations in the states. What we see over and over again, is that in bracket classes, engines running EFS consistently finish higher and as a group make up a larger percentage of the finals brackets. Bracket class racing is all about the consistency of the start. The biggest factor influencing the start is getting maximum combustion in the chamber every time under variable and changing conditions such as temperature and humidity. An EFS enhanced fuel will provide increased combustion efficiency every time.

    So again, whether passing 3 logging trucks at once or aiming for the winners circle at the end of a days racing, there is only one way to know what you got and that is put the “pedal to the metal” and put the “rubber on the road”. Keith, again, thanks for your question and to everyone, always use common sense and be safe.

    per Reply:

    hey grant.your runner unless it has a supercharger installed is actually rated to run 87 octane.using premium is actually a waste of your hard earned dollars.it usually does not provide any better running or economy.i am experimenting with the efs product over a ten-twelve tank period.i have a 2007 tacoma with the 4l.i have always run 87 octane.it may be another couple weeks before i say good or no.i will say that your runner is better or should be better than the domestic equivelant on fuel economy.that may also depend on previous maintenance.has it been regularly serviced?or has it run 20,000km or more between oil changes?

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  51. Ernie says: January 31, 20128:45 pm

    Hi, My 1997 Chevy Blazer (S10) went from 20 MPG to 27 MPG highway mileage.
    I also own a mint condition 1990 Cadillac Brougham with Oldsmobile 307 V8 with a electronic feedback Quadrajet 4BBL Carburetor. Can I get good results with EFS in my Cadillac?
    Thanks for making a amazing product.
    Ernie.

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    Hi Ernie,

    That’s a 35% increase in highway mileage! Yes, ABSOLUTELY use EFS in your Cadillac – and use only 87 octane fuel, too. You will get better results with EFS enhanced 87 octane gasoline than 93 octane and also save the difference in money between regular and premium. It only costs about 3 cents (about 11 cents a gallon) to treat each litre of fuel with EFS, that is still a lot cheaper than the cost difference between 87 and 93 octane gasoline, PLUS the 87 octane fuel enhanced with EFS will outperform the 93 “premium” octane fuel. You will have more power, should see a pretty decent increase in fuel economy and, best of all, your engine emissions will PLUMMET. If you were to take your cadillac into a Smog/Emissions inspection center for testing before you added EFS to your fuel and got a reading on NOx, HC’s and CO and then put EFS in your fuel, drove at least 20 miles to get it mixed into the fuel (and going through the engine), then went back and got another emissions reading you will see your NOx, HC’s and CO emissions decrease SUBSTANTIALLY – to almost zero or zero!(provided that your vehicle has NO mechanical problems). EFS is the immediate solution to the petroleum fuel pollution we have everywhere in the world today. There is nothing better! No catalytic converter, no DPF, no Blue-Tech/Urea/DEF technology comes close to the emissions reductions that you can achieve by just putting Eco-Fuel Saver in gasoline or diesel fuel. Ernie, thanks for using EFS and doing your part for our air pollution problems and the environment!

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    The Experts Reply:

    Ernie,

    We would like to add a little information to our last response to you. This is information for everyone out there that has older vehicles. Older engines were never designed to run on ethanol based gasolines. Ethanol based gasolines did not even exist in the marketplace in the 70′s, 80′s, or 90′s. Older engines were designed to operate on straight gasoline of various octane levels. Those gasolines had more BTU’s of energy in them than the ethanol based gasolines that are on the market today. So we are asking those older engines to try and do the same amount of work that they used to do with an inferior fuel source. The only way that they can overcome this is to feed more fuel, faster, to try and accomplish the same amount of work. An engine can accomplish this to a point, but it comes at a cost. The engine is obviously less efficient than before and the extra fuel and engine work lead directly to more exhaust heat. This is the damaging heat that can raise engine operating temperatures, crack heads, and break down oils ability to lubricate. And of course, all of this super hot exhaust gas spewing out the tailpipes is laden with toxic emissions and radically increases NOx.

    To compound that issue, older engines were not nearly as efficient as the newer vehicles rolling off of the assembly lines today. They were notoriously poor on fuel efficiency and were terrible polluters. Using Eco-Fuel Saver in these older vehicles and giving them more BTU’s of energy to work with in the combustion chamber is like putting them on steriods. The fuel efficiency and power increases are off of the charts and 20%, 30%, 40% and higher increases are not uncommon. I actually have an 88 Honda with a 2 liter (the 4 wheel steering model) that has gone from 32+ mpg to 38+ mpg on the highway. These kinds of efficiency increases obviously mean that emissions have been radically reduced as well. These engines run so much better on an Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuel.

    I would almost beg those of you running older vehicles on a daily basis, much less those of you that have collector cars and trucks and old “muscle cars” to use Eco-Fuel Saver and give these vehicles and engines a much needed break. By providing a higher energy fuel, you allow the engine to work as it was originally designed, or better, and to accomplish that work with less effort, less heat build up, less emissions and with much greater efficiency. What’s not to like about that?

    Ernie, thanks again for your questions and your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  52. Boris says: January 31, 201211:15 am

    Hi, guys!
    I’m making my own biodiesel to burn it in my semi truck.
    How would EFS work with B100 biodiesel?

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    Doug Reply:

    Boris, biodiesel is a scam. When you make biodiesel your just removing the glycerin so the vegetable oil is thin enough to go through the injectors

    You can thin the vegetable oil right in the tank by mixing it with the appropriate amount of diesel fuel.

    No special filters to buy to withstand the lye. It’s cheaper and faster and you can run more of it for a greater savings. In the winter you can run usually 50/50 or 60/40. In the summer you can almost run SVO as long as it’s above 70 F when you start it up.

    Rudolph Diesel introduced the diesel engine at the Paris Worlds Fair. He designed it to run on straight peanut oil. On his trip back across the English Channel they threw him over board and the oil cartel took over from there.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Did they really throw Rudolph overboard, Doug?

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    Doug Reply:

    Here you go

    http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/inventor-rudolf-diesel-vanishes

    http://www.nndb.com/people/906/000082660/

    Henry Ford designed his Model T to run on straight alcohol. The midwestern corn farmers were going to provide the fuel for the mash and this would give the US energy iindependence right out of the gate. I don’t know what exactly happened but the Model T ended up being able to run on either gas or alcohol.

    When you run alcohol the air fuel mixture needs to be a lot richer than when running gas. You could set the air fuel ratio and adjust the timing for either fuel from inside the car.

    Boris Reply:

    Thanks Doug for your comment, but i’d like to hear from ” the experts” but they keep silence which tells me more than any kind of an answer. And their response to your comment (not my question!) makes the situation even more funnier.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Boris,

    Sorry to have taken so long to answer your B100 biodiesel question. I had surgery and I was feeling a little “rough” last week. I put this on the back burner for a few days and just forgot to go back and answer it. The answer is that Eco-Fuel Saver works superbly for all biodiesels.

    Eco-Fuel Saver was originally invented for biodiesel. 10 years ago when the current biodiesel refining processes were still in their relative infancy; there were many problems with biodiesel. Many of the refining processes were not perfected yet. Many biodiesel users experienced clogged fuel filters, plugged injectors, improper flow rates through the fuel pumps and injector pumps, loss of power, loss of mileage, and in many cases, the emissions that were coming out of the exhaust system were horrifying. So the original inventor of the product, Dennis Leung, reasoned that if he could improve the “fuel characteristics” of the vegetable oils used in biodiesel mixes, he could solve many of biodiesel’s problems and radically reduce the toxic emissions of biodiesel.

    Vegetable oil is often refined into methyl linoleate (C19 H34 O2) and ethyl stearate (C20 H40 O2) . As you can see, the fuel molecules of vegetable oils are large, mostly hydrocarbon fuel molecules with just 2 attached oxygen atoms. One other problem with the processing of vegetable oil into fuel is that there are many, many incomplete or imperfect fuel molecules created by the process. Mr. Leung reasoned that if he could create a product that would restructure the long hydrocarbon fuel molecules into shorter hydrocarbon chains and at the same time “rebond” the incomplete fuel molecules into a more uniform moleculer structure, he could solve many of biodiesel’s problems.

    Mr. Leung was correct. And in the process of creating Eco-Fuel Saver, he discovered that not only did Eco-Fuel Saver help reformulate the molecular chains of the hydrocarbons in vegetable oils, but that it reformulated the molecular chains of all hydrocarbon fuels. Reformulating the molecular chains into smaller pieces allows for a more complete burn of each molecule of fuel. This results in more energy being captured in the combustion chamber and less toxic emissions being pushed out the exhaust into the environment. “Rebonding” all of the partial and incomplete molecules into more uniform molecules allows for more control of the combustion process. This allows both gasoline and diesel fuels to be compressed further into the cylinder before ignition occurs. This results in ignition closer to top dead center and allows engines to more efficiently convert the energy to work as it was designed to do. This also increases performance, increases the engine’s efficiency, and reduces harmful emissions.

    Boris, thank you for your question and good luck with your biodiesel project.

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  53. Dan says: January 29, 20124:47 pm

    hello, i have just recently heard about your product and i am giving it a try. i have a 2010 ford f150 4.6l. 72000 km. i have not seen an increase in fuel saving as of yet but, i am just working on my first tank of fuel with eco fuel saver in it. currently seeing 18l/100km city. my question is; i have a superchips flashpaq programmer and i want to know if i can run my programmer on 93 octane mode and still use 87 octane fuel? the benifits of running the 93 tune would be benificial, however i am concerned that the ecu will try to fight the programming due to the fact that i am telling the ecu it is running on 93 fuel but, the ecu is only seeing 87 oct. if i read the website correctly 87 oct recieves a 10% boost from eco saver, so that tells me 87 oct would eccentualy be 97 oct with the treatment, am i undestanding this correct? what i would like to see from that 500 horse corvette (or any vehicle) would be some true dyno numbers. ie: dyno with 93 oct then with 87 oct plus eco saver. anyways thanks in advance for answering my questions and i will post back in the future with some economy numbers.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Dan,

    Thanks for your questions. What I am going to say to you applies to ALL of you using ANY kind of chip system in any gasoline vehicle. Absolutely set the chip for the higher octane fuel setting (either 91 or 93) and use pump grade regular 87 octane fuel and it will outperform the “regular” higher octane fuel. The ECU and the installed “chips” do not measure the octane rating of the fuel. Absolutely not. You program the chips and the ECU to a setting for a certain octane fuel. The chips and ECU respond to what is happeneing in the combustion chamber, not the fuel itself. And its not that the chips and ECU respond so much as it is the fact that you have “programmed” your vehicle to run a certain way based on the expected quality of fuel it will be running. Based on the settings and the way you program a vehicle, you in essence are telling it to advance or retard the timing based on the driving conditions that you are trying to achieve and based on the quality of fuel you will be using. The vehicle is not real time analyizing the incoming fuel. This is something else that applies to ALL of you running chips out there. You can’t screw up your motor by running a lower grade (octane) of fuel. At least not instantly. The worst thing that can happen is that it will spark knock if you don’t have a high enough quality fuel (octane) for the way the engine is set to run. So it spark knocks, you know how to cure that? You pull into a gas station and put in a higher octane fuel. Problem solved. It is that simple. Spark knock is just the sound of the engine firing a little to early (predetonation) which indicates an irregular and inefficient burn of the fuel. The cure is to adjust the timing or put in a better quality fuel. Again, it is that simple.

    I will make another blanket statement. You can’t make an engine that is using the proper amount of Eco-Fuel Saver spark knock. You can’t do it. Try me out on that one guys. Prove me wrong. By the way, thats what all us old guys used to have to do manually when we wanted to race. We would actually leave the distributor a little loose so that we could turn it slightly and adjust the timing to the conditions at the very moment we wanted to “light em up”. If we adjusted a little too much one way or the other, we would get spark knock and a sluggish start. So we would be jumping in and out of the car tinkering with the engine and then putting the pedal on the floor until we got it exactly where we wanted it. These chips aren’t any kind of new science guys. All they have done is take the wrench’s out of your hands. This advance of technology is certainly more efficient, and is probably a very good advancement for the average guy on the street, but I don’t think that you are having nearly as much fun as we used to have!

    Some vehicles that are chipped on a higher performance setting see tremendous fuel savings with EFS, while others show no efficiency savings except for the difference in cost of regular 87 octane fuel versus 93 octane fuel. This is, of course, is still a tremendous cash in pocket savings just by maintaining current performance and using a cheaper fuel. It more than covers the cost of the EFS. There are far to many chip systems combined with all of the engine applications to analysis which ones are working a certain way. So my statements only apply to the programming of the chip to run a certain quality of fuel. And again, I am saying that you can run 87 octane fuel enhanced with Eco-Fuel Saver in ANY “performance” chipped vehicle and have better performance than you will have on regular 91 or 93 octane pump grade gasoline.

    Of particular interest to those of you that are “performance buffs” is that performance usually comes at a cost, increased engine heat and increased exhaust gas heat. You usually get more power by dumping more fuel into the combustion chamber. Your efficiency rating of the actual “burn” of the fuel is lower, but you have considerably more fuel and therefore more BTU’s of energy available to convert to power. Eco-Fuel Saver increases the “efficiency of combustion” of ALL fuels. EVERY dyno test that we or anyone else has ever performed shows a reduction in critical engine heat and exhaust gas temperatures. For high performance applications, this is probably the greatest value and beneift of Eco-Fuel Saver.

    We do currently have various testing being done on 4 different continents. Some of it is internal or customer related testing and some of it is independent, third party testing that will further verify the claim the Eco-Fuel Saver is the best fuel additive on the market today and that an Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuel is the cleaniest, greenest, finest “burning” fuel available in the world today.

    Thank you for your questions and please keep us updated as to your results, both efficiency and performance wise.

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  54. Leith says: January 26, 201211:39 am

    Hi awhile ago you said you would test lucas fuel treatment against EFS and publish results? did you?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Leith,

    We did not say that we would test EFS against Lucas Fuel treatment and publish the results. What we meant in our initial response to Wanda B. on September 19, 2011, in regards to how EFS compares to Lucas Fuel Treatment, was that we would have a look at it, analyze their data, and compare what Lucas Fuel Treatment does against what EFS does. Unfortunately, when we went to their website we found there was no independent, third party data, studies, tests, etc. in regards to Lucas Fuel Treatment. We can’t find anything about Lucas Fuel Treatment increasing combustion firing pressures, decreasing emissions, improving fuel economy, reducing carbon formation, etc. Needless to say, we cannot compare Lucas Fuel Treatment to Eco-Fuel Saver if they have no data on their product. We certainly are not going to spend OUR OWN MONEY on testing Lucas Fuel Treatment just to compare it against Eco-Fuel Saver. First off, it wouldn’t be fair for us to do that. What if they came up short against EFS (which they would) in head-to-head testing? How would that make their product look? We don’t think Lucas Fuel Treatment was ever designed to do all the things Eco-Fuel Saver does. Second, we are not in this business to bash or discredit other products. Lucas makes good products and is a good, perhaps even great, company. We promote the benefits of our own product. However, we’ll gladly analyze and compare EFS against another product (if they have test data available) if someone writes or asks us to do so. Third, Lucas are the ones that should be spending the money to test their product, not us. Fourth, there is absolutely no possibility – NONE – that Lucas Fuel Treatment can or will do all the things that Eco-Fuel Saver does. Especially when it comes to reducing toxic petroleum emissions. There is NO ADDITIVE that has ever been invented that you can put in your fuel that will dramatically reduce emissions like EFS. None. Zero. Zip. EFS is the best. Like we stated in our follow up response to our initial response to Wanda, if Lucas had/has done testing for emissions reductions, horsepower increases, fuel mileage gains, etc. we think they would have posted their results on their website. We can’t find anything. Thanks for writing us, Leith.

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  55. Carmine says: January 24, 20124:03 pm

    Hi there I have a 2003 Honda Civic Si manual transmission 5 speed. Its a 1.7 V-Tec engine. I have purchased a bottle of Super Eco-Fuel Saver (60ml) and was wondering if you could tell me what I can notice from my car that is already amazing on gas alone. I look forward to hearing some interesting news, facts and thoughts about your product and what it will do to my car to improve my fuel consumption. I have a cold air intake and a new header under the hood with a Magnaflow exhaust system. Could you tell me some results you have heard from other people using it on a Honda Civic and what I should expect. Thank you.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Carmine,

    The Hondas are a great little car, well built and yes they do get great gas mileage. Hondas were getting great fuel mileage 25 years ago before fuel economy was “cool”. Even with their already great fuel economy, the Honda engines really like EFS and respond with great gains. Two of us in the upper management of this company drive Hondas and have been using EFS in those engines for years. You should dependably see a 10-15% fuel efficiency improvement. I really enjoy driving my 2.0 L Honda. For cars with relatively small engines, the cars usually have some pep to them. You will notice even more responsiveness in your car’s throttle. Thanks for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver and use with confidence.

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  56. Bruce Gerrard says: January 22, 201211:14 am

    A friend of mine started using the EFS and he says his mileage and performance have both improved and he suggested that I should try it. I have a VW Passat 2.0T that I have had chipped. So here are my questions: will EFS affect my turbocharger at all; I am supposed to use premium (91) gas and the chip is tuned to that, what should I do? Please and Thanx

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    The Experts Reply:

    Bruce,

    Your questions are straight forward and simple so I will reply in like manner. You can run Eco-Fuel Saver with 87 octane fuel and it will outperform the 91 octane fuel that your chip has been set for. That will save you about 20 cents per liter on average. That alone will yield you a considerable cost savings on every tank of fuel you use. And no, EFS will have no effect on the turbocharger at all. The only effects that Eco-Fuel Saver has is to increase combustion efficiency in the chamber which is ultimately a positive effect on ALL engine system and components.

    Thanks for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver. Enjoy the extra performance with a smile on your face since you will be saving money on every liter of fuel you will be using.

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  57. John says: January 20, 20127:43 am

    I have a 2005 Crown Victoria 4.6 litre are there any negatives to add this to my fuel and if so what are they? Also what are the positives for my car other than gas mileage?

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    The Experts Reply:

    John,

    I know that it is hard to believe when we say it, but there really are no negative side effects from using Eco-Fuel Saver. Slightly reformulating the molecular structure of the fuel the way we do allows for more “complete” combustion of the fuel. All engines are designed to combust fuel, so anything that helps them become more efficient at doing this is positive for the engine. More complete combustion and a higher conversion rate from chemical energy to mechanical energy will result in less overall fuel usage and less wear on all fuel system components. Higher combustion efficiency will result in less waste gas and emissions, so everything from the combustion chamber to the far end of the exhaust pipe benefits from less acidic and toxic emission gases. Not to mention the huge benefit to the environment! Because of the higher combustion efficiency, more of the fuel combusts in the chamber where it is supposed to and that resulting “explosion” contains more energy in the form of heat. Heat that is captured in the combustion chamber is captured as work and quickly converted to useful energy. A less efficient conversion yields more unburned and partially burned fuel being pushed past the valves and through the engine into the exhaust system. This unburned and partially burned fuel does burn as it is exiting the combustion chamber and as it enters the exhaust system. The resultant heat is transferred to the engine heads, block and exhaust system. This type of heat in areas of the engine that are not designed to combust fuel at this energy (heat) level is very damaging. Heat is the number one engine fatigue and wear component. This is also a huge contributor to NOx as NOx is created by excess exhaust heat. Any reduction in exhaust gas temperatures is a huge positive for the complete engine system.

    Lastly, because of the restructuring of the fuel molecules and the resulting “more complete” burn, your engine and car will have more power. You will have more BTU’s of energy available to produce power. Thank you for taking the interest and time to inquire about Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  58. Anthony says: January 12, 20122:39 pm

    Hi there. I have purchased a bottle of Super Eco-Fuel Saver (60ml) and was wondering if you could tell me some info on what to expect on my truck and if you have anyone that as used it on the same truck as mine with results etc. I have a 2006 Ford F 150 Super Crew Cab 4.6 L engine. On a tank of gas from full to bone dry empty I get 650 kms from the 125 litre tank. What am I in for once I start using this in my tank ? How many more kms will I get on a tank of gas. What vast improvements will I notice ? What are the first few things you notice once you have used this bottle two or three times in your tank ? Smells ? Noises ? etc. I look forward to hearing some interesting news, facts and thoughts about your product and what it will do to my truck to improve my fuel consumption.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Anthony,

    Thank you for purchasing Eco-Fuel Saver. We have heard of F-150 users attaining anywhere from 8-15% improvement in fuel economy (in your case an extra 50-100 kms) depending on the condition and number of hours on the motor. Please remember, as we have stated throughout this website and on our blog, it can take up to 5 full tanks of EFS enhanced fuel being run through the engine before your ECU (engine computer) adapts for the increased combustion firing pressures achieved with EFS and you notice gains on your dashboard mileage calculator. You should also notice improved cold weather starts, your exhaust will SMELL DIFFERENT (AND BE MUCH CLEANER), it will increase horsepower anywhere from 4% to 8% (which is huge), if you are familiar with the color of your oil during regular oil changes you will notice that your oil is cleaner at these same oil change intervals, and therefore you can go longer between oil changes, in most cases at least 50% longer. If you pull your spark plugs and have a look at them you will notice that they are not as carbon encrusted as they would be without EFS in your fuel, most of the time they will be completely free of any carbon build up or residues. Most important, from an environmental perspective, is that you will have DRAMATICALLY LESS toxic emissions (especially NOx and unburned HC’s) being emitted from your vehicle. If you live in Southern Ontario or Vancouver (and Fraser Valley/Lower Mainland), where emissions testing is mandatory, you will pass emissions inspections with EFS in your fuel. If it works for you we recommend that you purchase the 450 mL bottle in the future as it will only cost 3 1/2 cents per litre to treat your fuel with the larger size vs. 5 cents per litre with the smaller bottle. For all the great benefits that EFS provides, a mere 3 1/2 cents per litre is a great value! Hopefully others who have F-150′s will write in on this post and comment on their experiences with EFS. Thanks for writing in.

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  59. Brad T. says: January 4, 201211:04 am

    Hi there,

    Couple of days ago I bought a 2011 BMW M3 with a high performance modified V8 engine. I checked your website last night and I was impressed with the Corvette testing section on the videos page. I was just wondering if this product works with my M3 and if I could fill my car’s tank with just 89 or 87 Octane at Chevron or Shell plus adding EFS. I asked so many people that it’s still insane to fill my car’s tank with 87 or even 89 …. It all has to be 93 or minimum 91…

    The question is do you think my car engine is going to work with the same performance after adding EFS with this low Octane or this will damage the engine eventually? I know I can find the answer on your website but I want to ask the experts to make sure…

    Regardless I’m going to test your product for two three times till I come up with some results…

    Thanks very much,

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Brad,

    100%, Absolutely safe! Use 87 octane gasoline and Eco-Fuel Saver in your 2011 BMW M3 and save the difference in money between 87 and 91 or 93 gasoline. Even paying for the cost of EFS, it is still cheaper than paying for 91 or 93 octane gasoline. Also, 87 octane gasoline with EFS added will be even cleaner burning, with less emissions and less carbon buildup in your engine than if you used 91 or 93 octane gasoline. Your oil will also stay cleaner longer and engine life will be prolonged.

    It will absolutely perform AS GOOD (likely even BETTER) than if you used 91 or 93 octane gasoline. So, FOR SURE, use 87 gasoline with EFS in your Beamer! It wiil NOT damage your engine!

    Thanks for writing us and Happy New Year!

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  60. Keith says: January 2, 20129:51 am

    Hi can one get their ECU reprogrammed by a dealer, i did what you said took the neg clamp off etc, it may have done the trick,but will run 5 tanks before I do a ………firm check, will go on using. if no better MPG, but would help……other people if ECU could be changed

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    The Experts Reply:

    Keith,

    Apparently you can, but sometimes even then many ECU’s have only a small range of adjustability. So you may still not see much of a mileage gain with an ECU reset but we certainly recommend it as it is worth a try. Lots of vehicles do respond faster to EFS when the ECU is reset at the dealer. Tell them about EFS and what you are trying to achieve. You will be amazed at the information many mechanics will share with you about ECU’s and how complicted some of them are. It’s still insightful information. Most will tell you that there are a lot of different “drive cycles” that the ECU must go through over several tanks (and many kilometres of driving) before ECU’s begin to adjust or change to accomodate for the increased combustion pressures, quality, etc. of an EFS enhanced fuel. This information was also confirmed to us by several mechanics here in Calgary at a Dodge/Chrysler dealership. They said it totally depends on the quality and manufacturer of the ECU as well as the mechanical condition and make of the vehicle. Even among Dodge or Chrysler vehicles, some see mileage improvements on EFS while others do not. One thing the mechanics DID SAY (and we get this all the time), is that in every instance where they’ve used EFS the exhaust SMELLS DIFFERENT. It is CLEANER LOOKING AND EXHAUST SMOKE IS NOT NEAR AS HEAVY AS BEFORE IT WAS WHEN EFS WASN’T IN THE FUEL.

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  61. R L SMITH says: January 2, 20129:02 am

    Please put me in touch with anyone using EFS in a light aircraft engine.

    R.L. Smith

    705 7453274

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi R L,
    Although it does work in aviation fuel (propeller/jet/turbine) we don’t promote or endorse EFS for aircraft use at this time because of liability issues and because it does not have FAA approval yet as an aviation fuel additive. However, we do plan to begin certified testing in aircraft engines this year and will put the results on our website as they become available. Nevertheless, the fact that we don’t endorse it has not stopped many private pilots from using it in their personal aircraft. We have heard that several pilots who are using EFS are flying farther with greater power than they were before using EFS. There is also another post farther down in regards to EFS benefits in aircraft, as well. I have not spoken with him for a few months, but a good friend and one of Alaska’s premier bush pilots, Gary “Butch” King, was going to try it in his aircraft as he has been using EFS in some other engine applications, mostly in his generators at his Wildman Lake Lodge on the Alaska Peninsula (where they run about 20% longer than before he started using EFS and the oil is lasting longer and far less emissions). If you want you can look up http://www.wildmanlodge.com and drop him a note about whether he has used it in his aircraft yet (he has several different kinds of planes and is extremely knowledgeable about aircraft and, obviously, about flying as well – especially in the extreme conditions encountered in the northern latitudes). Thanks for writing us and Happy New Year.

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  62. steve hames says: January 2, 20128:25 am

    has anyone tested this product on a 2011 f-150 ford eco boost yet, just curious about the results

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    The Experts Reply:

    Steve,

    Thanks for writing in. We have not personally tested in Ford’s Eco-Boost, but we do have several customers that I have talked to using it right now. I would encourage those of you using EFS to share your experiences. We can certainly answer your technical questions, but individual personal experiences of users are golden. Thanks for your interest and hopefully we get some EFS users to write to us on this vehicle.

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  63. AS says: January 1, 20127:24 pm

    Is there any gain in mileage using efs in a 2011 Toyota Prius? Would it damage the hybrid components, sensors, etc.? Has any testing been made using hybrid vehicles? what’s the correct qty to pour in for a 45 liter tank?

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    The Experts Reply:

    AS,

    We have not done any testing personally on any Toyota Prius’s. I have talked to several people that have used it in the Prius’s. The results were variable as far as efficiency (I do not know how accurate their fuel efficiency testing was), but they did notice an increase in power. The Prius is known for tremendous fuel efficiency but it doesn’t have much punch. Any power increase is noticeable. No it will not damage any of the sensors or components, nor void any manufactures warranty. EFS works in the fuel and in the combustion chamber. Even though the chemical reactions are complex, the combustion process is simple and straight forward. In a simplistic form, all you are doing is putting a better fuel into the engine and helping the engine to do what it was designed to do, combust the fuel as efficiently as it can.

    There are several styles of “Hybrids” on the market today. We have customers using EFS today in many. I hope that some of them will write in and share their experiences. For those of you running hybrids, especially the Toyota Prius (of which I am the most famaliar), you will notice a definite drop in power on ethanol fuels. EFS will negate the harmful effects of ethanol, making the vehicle run with more power as if straight unleaded gasoline were in the tank. If you are currently running a fuel without ethanol, EFS will give you the best performance that you have ever had. Plus it will cut down on maintenance, extend the life of the engine, and cut down on emissions. Not bad for 3 1/2 cents per liter, eh?

    You will have to be extra diligent to monitor your fuel efficiency at this time of year. There are so many variables with the weather. You will notice the power relatively quickly, but with all the warm up time, idle time, and different driving conditions almost daily, accurate fuel efficiency will be difficult to establish. Mother nature is working against you. Luckily, EFS will be working for you!

    As far as dosing a 45 liter tank, use 45 ml the first time, and there after use 1/2 ml per liter. If you put 30 liters of fuel in at fill-up, add 15 ml (1/2 oz.) of EFS. We do have new bottles just coming out of the design stage that will go into production very soon that will make it easier to pour and measure EFS into the tank.

    Thank you for writing in. I hope that after you have run EFS for several weeks, that you will write back in and let us know how your car is responding. You should like the additional power.

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  64. kevin says: December 31, 20116:18 am

    Hello again! I see the Wal Mart logo on your site. Is EFS available in US Wal Mart stores yet?

    Thanks.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Kevin,

    Unfortunately, it is not available in US Walmarts yet, but that is a goal for us in 2012. Happy New Year!

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  65. Luigi Di Camillo says: December 27, 20114:36 pm

    Can Eco Fuel Saver be used on motorcycles?
    Thanks

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    The Experts Reply:

    Luigi,

    Absolutely. It can be used in ANY engine that uses petroleum fuel.

    Thanks for writing in.

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  66. Jiom Holmes says: December 23, 20115:12 pm

    Can i use this product in my 1000cc Ski Doo it is a 2 stroke

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jlom,
    Absolutely! However, before you add EFS to your fuel – and if you’re a sledder that likes to climb hills and mountains such as many in British Columbia like to do – take a run up a hill WITHOUT Eco-Fuel Saver in your fuel. See where your sled powers out. Then put EFS in your fuel (buy a small 60 ml/2 oz. bottle and take it with you in your pocket – that little bottle treats 120 litres of fuel!) and give it about 15 minutes to mix (you can still ride whle it is mixing). After about 15 minutes take a run back up that same hill. You should feel a very noticeable increase in torque and horsepower and be able to climb that same hill higher and faster. Remember to wear a helmet, ride safely, and if you’re in mountainous backcountry (like many areas of British Columbia) please remain vigilant for avalanche conditions. Safe sledding!
    Expert #1

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    keith Reply:

    Even better use Amsoil two stroke can mix to 100:1, been using it for over 20 years

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Keith,
    Are you implying to just use Amsoil two-stroke over EFS? Or to ADD Amsoil two-stroke to the fuel along with using EFS? If it is our first question, then our response is; “You’re kidding us, right?”. Amsoil two stroke is not even in the same league as Eco-Fuel Saver. Not even close. Nowhere on the Amsoil website can we find any verification that Amsoil two-stroke does all the things that Eco-Fuel Saver is proven to do. If we missed the info and test results somehow then please point it out to us and we will go back and review them but we didn’t see any. We will put up a challenge right here to everyone reading this post. If any of you have a chainsaw, weedeater, old motorbike, snowmobile, etc. that is a two stroke, fuel that baby up and add Amsoil two stroke and start it. Watch the emissions, listen to the sound (smooth, rough, etc.), try and get a feel for the power, see how fast it will go all out if it is a motorbike or snowmobile, run it until the tank is dry, record how far and/or how long the machine ran for. Now fill the tank up again and put EFS in (and using ANY KIND of two stroke oil) and repeat the test in that particular machine. Let us know how your test goes. EFS will come out on top with any two-stroke oil in the fuel over just Amsoil two stroke added to the fuel. EFS will come out on top every single time. EVERY TIME. Thanks for writing us Keith and Happy New Year!

    Keith Reply:

    Ooops!, my OLD chainsaw,20 years, says run 16:1 I use Amsoil 100:1, that cuts down on polution BIG time,but it is hard to start,WAS, since using EFS second pull, I am a two finger typist, I should have said I use both now, dont get your knickers in a twist I am big fan of EFS. I have said that on here I think and other web pages and got slam dunked, so I know how you feel, some people think I work for EFS. I am a big fan of synthetics, even took on Harley many ,many years ago, when they put out a service bullitin saying synthetic was to …….slippy. Now they make the stuff. Hope you get the point. Takes time to convert the unconverted. This one is a joke,” If we all used Amsoil and EFS gas would be 50c a litre”. No I do not work for Amsoil. I am a preferred customer, get it a little cheaper than off the shelf. Keep up the great work.Keith

    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Keith,
    We will untiwst our knickers! LOL! Thanks writing us back and clarifying that you were referring to using Amsoil as the two stroke oil along with the EFS. Coincidentally, we have actually thought about putting a two stroke oil (if we could find a good one. Maybe Amsoil would be interested) on the market ourselves whereby the EFS is already pre-mixed into the two stroke oil. It would probably be the greatest two-stroke oil of all time if we did this. That combo would probably have almost complete dominace of the two-stroke oil market.What do you think about that idea? As for the rest of your letter, that’s all true, too:
    1) Provided the chain saw is mechanically sound, EFS will start virtually any chain saw on one or two pulls vs. pulliing your arm out of your shoulder socket (there is a lot of these “little things” that EFS does that many people don’t notice or don’t give the product credit for. Easier cold starts on vehicles is another thing that EFS does and engine operating temperature ALWAYS drops when EFS is used, as well).
    2) We ourselves have seen some of the comments on other blogs and here is our take. These people ARE NOT good “gear heads” or mechanics if they can’t see or notice all the other great things that EFS is doing. Dyno an engine on EFS (the HP and performance will go up). Run the vehicle 5,000 miles without EFS and then change the oil. Save some of it in a glass jar. Put EFS in and run it another 5,000 miles. Change the oil. What a difference in the cleanliness of the oil. Pull spark plugs and have a look at them vs. spark plugs where no EFS has been used in the fuel. Nihgt and day difference. The benefits of using EFS go well beyond any potential mileage gains or fuel economy increases.
    3) It truly does take time to convert some people and, being new to the fuel additive game ourselves, we can understand the skepticism that exists out there. There has been so much garbage fuel additives put on the market making so many false claims and ripping people off that no wonder so many people are skepitcal and fuel additives have such a bad name. We also believe that, in time, we will slowly convince even the most seasoned skeptic that EFS is the real deal because it truly is.

    The Experts Reply:

    Jiom,

    Absolutely. This product actually does more good in 2-cycle than even gasoline or diesel. The oil is in 2-cycle to provide lubricity before combustion, not after. Eco-Fuel Saver helps to break down the hydro-carbon bonds of the oil as well as the fuel during combustion without affecting pre-combustion lubricity. This leads to a more complete burning of the gas and oil, which in turn greatly reduces the amount of carbon build-up. On a 2-cycle, it is the unburned and partially burned carbon that leads to many of 2-cycles maintenance issues. Burn the fuel mix cleaner and get more efficiency, more power, less engine wear, and have considerable less maintenance issues. The icing on the cake in 2-cycle application is the major reduction in emissions. Major. Anyone out there that has a “smoker”, a really bad smoking 2-cycle engine needs to put EFS in the fuel mix and run it for a while. You will be amazed at the difference that EFS will make. I have used older machines that would make your eyes water, the emissions were so bad. Put EFS in the fuel for a while and the problem is gone. Just simply eliminated. Try it.

    Thanks for your question, but absolutely run it in your 2-cycle and do yourself and the environment a favor.
    Expert #2

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  67. david says: December 23, 20119:06 am

    can this product be used in combination with fuel injector cleaner?

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    The Experts Reply:

    David,

    Yes this product can be used with any product on the market today, injector cleaner or otherwise. However, EFS is a tremendous injector cleaner in its own right. Because of its unique ability to react with hydro-carbon bonds, it cleans existing deposits and prevents new deposits from forming. EFS is more than worth its cost as just an injector cleaner. I would suggest not using your injector cleaner. If you are a die hard injector cleaner user, than use it and EFS and continue to use EFS. I don’t think that you will ever buy another bottle of injector cleaner after this one. And we aren’t even talking about the other benefits that EFS does to the fuel and the combustion process.

    Thanks for writing in.

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    david Reply:

    thanks-looking forward to finding out myself! dave

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  68. Calvin says: December 21, 20114:12 am

    I have a 06 Jetta TDI and a 97 GMC Suburban 6.5 diseal with 352,000kms on it. Will it be safe to use the product in both vehicles?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Calvin,

    Absolutely 100% safe.

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  69. derrick says: December 18, 20116:55 am

    judging by whats been read here think you have answerd my question…..have 2004dodge intrepid 2.7 litre engine am presently using product notice better starts in cold also cooler operating temps so this stuff must work….presently on second tank thanks again.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Derrick,
    Thanks for your comment. We absolutely, 100%, stand behind our claims when it comes to EFS. While some of the newer fuel injected vehicles have onboard computers that are tough to “crack” (get them to change) the fact remains that EFS still restructures the fuel in your tank. It’s more energetic, cleaner burning (which dramatically reduces toxic emissions), easier to ignite (better cold starts), burns more completely in combustion chamber (which is why you see a cooler operating temperature; less fuel still burning as it goes out the exhaust valve or port). Eco-Fuel Saver is the real deal. There is NOTHING BETTER in the world today that can be added to hydrocarbon fuels to lower toxic emissions from their combustion than EFS. Thank you for using Eco-Fuel Saver Derrick and doing your part for air pollution, the environment and helping to reduce the overuse of fossil fuels.

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  70. Daniel says: December 13, 20118:21 pm

    I have been watching the EFS product roll out with great interest, however I was wondering since 90% of EFS is alcohol,(Eco-Fuel Saver contains two ingredients that meet and/or exceed 10%: Benzyl Alcohol (25%) and Ethanol (65%)) how does that affect engine wear? It is my understanding that engines subjected to elevated levels of alcohol generally show elevated wear of many parts which would presumably lead to mechanical failure of the engine and potentially higher maintenance costs and repair bills?
    As well, specifically with a diesel engine how does EFS affect the pour point of diesel fuel?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Daniel,

    Your thought process is logically dead on. However, because our dilution ratio is a mere 1 to 2000, and a 1 to 2000 dilution ratio is simply not enough alcohol to affect any damage to any automobile part or parts – EVER. The alcohols are just the carriers of our primary catalysts. The catalysts do all of the work. EFS works by lowering the co-efficient of friction between the hyrdocarbon molecules. Therefore, the pour point of diesel is enhanced, especially in extremely cold weather.

    Thank you for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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    Rick Reply:

    One ounce of EFS treats 15 gallons (60 litres) of fuel! When you think about it, that’s amazing that such a small amount treats such a large volume of fuel. I’ve never seen any other additive that can treat that much fuel on such a small amount other than EFS.

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  71. Jim H. says: December 11, 20116:57 am

    I recently purchase a fishing boat with a 2007 Mercury 40 hp 4 stroke motor on it. Is it okay to use your product in this motor and if so will it help power & mileage.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jim H.,

    Absolutely you can use Eco-Fuel Saver in ANY marine engine, 2 stroke or 4 stroke. Most people see tremendous gains in both fuel efficiency and power in their boats. Marine engines have not been held to the same tough standards as vehicles and usually the addition of Eco-Fuel Saver yields tremendous improvements. The improvements are usually even more dramatic on older engines.

    Enjoy the the water and don’t forget the sunscreen and the Eco-Fuel Saver!

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  72. Darren says: December 6, 20112:15 pm

    After reading your response to Jimmy in regards to how EFS works with the urea/bluetec/DEF systems that many newer cars and trucks have on them today, a question popped into my mind. If EFS reduces NOx at the combustion chamber level then it stands to reason that the urea (DEF fluid) should last longer, no? With less NOx detected by the catalyst due to a reduction in NOx emitted from the engine because of treating the fuel with EFS, the vehicle should use less urea and therefore one should be able to go further between refilling.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Darren,

    You are absolutely correct. The ammonia/urea is sprayed on an “as needed” basis. If you create less heat and less NOX, you will use less of the ammonia solution. Less solution equals money saved. Less use of the sytem equals longer life expectancy of the system, with less maintenance during that life.This is also a money savings. I would like to take the time to reemphisize one very important quality of point Eco-Fuel Saver. Eco-Fuel Saver lowers the engine operating and exhaust gas temperatures. NOX is a DIRECT byproduct of heat. EFS reduces the engine operating and exhaust gas temperatures while creating a “cleaner” burn. This two for one characteristic is what allows EFS to so effectively reduce NOX.

    Thank you for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver and taking the time to read our site and ask questions.

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  73. R L SMITH says: December 4, 20116:22 am

    Please tell me if EFS will work in a Lycoming aircraft engine, which as you know, is a horizontally opposed air cooled, carburated , non fuel injected engine.

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    The Experts Reply:

    R L Smith,

    Absolutely will work. Combustion is still combustion, and it doesn’t matter how the fuel and air are delivered, there are inefficiencies. Eco-Fuel Saver helps the combustion efficiency of all hydrocarbon fuels. Usually, carburated engines show a bigger increase in efficiency and emissions just because the carburators themselves usually are not as efficient as the newer fuel injection systems. Hence, more room for improvement. Another problem that all aircraft fuels have to deal with is coagulation or sluggish fuel caused by the high altitudes and low temperatures. Eco-Fuel Saver is an excellent anti coagulant in fuel as well as a superior fuel conditioner in all cold weather applications.

    Pilots and avaition experts are probably a little more aware of their rate of accleration as well as their climb rate than any other engine application in the world. An Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuel will give you a vastly improved acceleration and rate of climb.

    Thank you for your question and your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  74. Jimmy says: December 1, 20119:34 am

    Not sure what happened / where my post went (and can’t recall if i posted in the testimonial’s section) but will try again: Will this product make significant improvements to a 2012 mercedes BlueTec (diesel) ml350?

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    Jimmy Reply:

    Correction – I was looking at the top of the page (for most recent dates) but found the reply to the post at the bottom of the page. Thanks

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  75. Jimmy says: November 27, 20119:54 am

    Will this product make any difference on a 2012 mercedes bluetec ML350?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jimmy,

    Being very simplistic, the “bluetec” part of the newer Mercedes diesels is refering to the urea that is being sprayed to help control NOX. They have a NOX collector system called a NOX Absorber Catalyst. The urea (ammonia) is stored in a system called Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR). When ever NOX builds to unacceptable levels, urea is sprayed into the collector container to neutralize the NOX and turn it into harmless water vapor and nitrogen gas. On their bigger diesels, Mercedes uses a system called ADBLUE that accomplisheds the same thing, but they ammonia is sprayed directly into the exhaust.

    This “blue technology” is all located in the the very complex and expensive exhaust system along with filters for hydrocarbons and diesel particulate. If you want a real shock, go price the exhaust system and or the individual pollution control filters. You will quickly understand that they sold you an exhaust system and threw the rest of the car into the deal for free! Seriously, the filters and exhaust system are very expensive.

    Eco-Fuel Saver helps this process in 3 ways. The first and most obvious reason is that any of the vehicles that are spec for a higher octane fuel can run an EFS enhanced fuel and provide a higher quality, cleaner burning fuel than pump grade 93 octane will provide them. This immediately saves $.30 per gallon.Second, by using EFS in the fuel, the engine is a more efficient energy convertor. Since more of the chemical energy is captured as torque, less energy is remaining as excess heat. NOX is a direct byproduct of heat. Create less heat and you will have less NOX to even worry about.Third, because of the cleaner and more efficient burn, more of the fuel is “burned” in the combustion chamber at the proper time. Therefore, you will have less emissions to even deal with. By reducing the engine exhaust heat a few degrees and reducing the excess exhaust gas output, Eco-Fuel Saver cuts emissions and NOX dramatically.

    All of the pollution filtering systems in the exhaust system work by trapping and dealing with harmful emissions down stream from the combustion chamber. They are there to clean up whatever the engine sends them. By using Eco-Fuel Saver, a much cleaner exhaust gas stream is created in the beginning. The filters and catalysts do not have to work as often or as hard. Filter life and exhaust system maintenance is prolonged.

    Some vehicles use a regeneration system as part of the exhaust/emission control process. Simple put, this process dumps small quantities of fuel into a catalytic convertor to “burn up” any accumulating emission gases at about 400-425 degrees F. This process is a waste of fuel and the resultant “regeneration burn-off” certainly contributes to our global warming issues.

    My intent is not to “bad mouth” Mercedes BlueTec emission reduction system. Their system is as good as it gets. However, the whole bluetec system is designed to contain and clean up pollutants after they have been created in the engine. With Eco-Fuel Saver in the fuel, there will not be as many contaminants and pollutants in the exhaust stream to even deal with.

    An EFS enhanced fuel will deliver more performance, greater efficiency, less emissions, prolong existing emission and pollution control devices life expectancy and save cash money at the pump. That is a winning formula for any engine. Thank you for your question and your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  76. Dean says: November 25, 20115:59 pm

    Hi there, was wondering what if you have any information on how the product is working on the F 150 Eco Boost trucks. Thanks

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Dean,

    I do not have a first hand knowledge about the results that people are seeing in their newer Ford Trucks. I do know that we have customers using EFS with success in virtually every make and model around the world. I would ask that some of our loyal EFS customers write in and tell you of their results with EFS and their Eco-Boost trucks. Thank you for the interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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  77. keithA says: November 24, 20113:59 pm

    I read a comment on ethanol where you wrote that it is not good. But if my facts are right – all gas has ethanol in it nowadays! so is EFS as effective as you say? I thought I read that ethanol dropped the effectiveness of EFS??

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    KeithA Reply:

    Ooops! just read the experts comment to Don answers all Tks You guys are amazing best info on the web

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    The Experts Reply:

    Keith,

    No problem and appreciate your question as well as your continued research into our Eco-Fuel Saver product. I was going to refer you to our Sep. 25 response to Don for info. You have also given me an opportunity to present a few more details about ethanol and our company distribution and company goals.

    First, we truly hate ethanol. I would encourage all of you to find out the truth about ethanol and about the government subsidies to the manufacturers. Take a moral and ethical stand on this. Price supports and subsidies have been good for the Canadian and American farmer. If we are going to use our tax dollars to support corn, lets do it as a food source and not as a fuel source!

    About 3 days after I wrote the Sept. 25 response about ethanol, I bumped into someone interested in EFS who had read that response. He asked, “but haven’t the manufacturers learned how to work with ethanol so that it is just as efficient as gasoline ? Look at the mileage that the new cars are getting, and they are designed to run on ethanol based fuels.” My response then and now is that manufacturers have done a wonderful job the last couple of years making engines more efficient. However, it is scientifically IMPOSSIBLE for an ethanol based fuel to get as much efficiency and power as a 100% petroleum based fuel. Ethanol contains significantly less BTU’s of energy than gasoline or diesel and therfore it is impossible to create as much or more power when the energy isn’t there to work with. Alway remember, “you can’t make something from nothing”. All an engine does is effectively convert the energy from a chemical form into a mechanical form, but you had to start with a certain amount of potential energy in the beginning and never will the sum total be greater than this beginning amount of energy.

    We also believe as a company that the best thing we could do for the world, starting in Canada would be to offer 100% petroleum based regular 87 octane gasoline and regular No.#2 diesel fuel enhanced with Eco-Fuel Saver at the pump. We are just starting to add other distribution outlets (see paragraph below). Many will be independent stations, chains, and cooperatives. It is a 2012 goal of our company that one of these independent chains would set up just one pump of Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced gasoline and diesel at some of their locations. This would be the finest, greenest, best performing fuel in the world and convienent for the customer.

    Many of you have expressed your frustration about not being able to get Eco-Fuel Saver on a consistant basis. Canadian Tire locations should have product at all of their locations again and they do have EFS in their warehouses. Hopefully, they will manage their inventory so that EFS is always available for you. Along that line, the first EFS product to the Canadian Wal-Marts should be on the floor by mid Dec. We are also starting to place displays and product at the independent store/chain level. The CO-OP stores in Wetaskiwin and Innisfail, AB are now stocked with EFS and there will be more stores carrying it in the very near future. Resources in Grande Prairie, AB is also a commercial provider of EFS in that area.

    We will be adding EFS locations throughout 2012. Hopefully before the year is out, it will be convenient for all Canadians to purchase somewhere relatively close by. We will also be adding a web page that will be a “WHERE TO BUY EFS”. This page will list all locations carrying EFS. I would encourage you, as customers, to ask your local gas stations or stores to carry EFS, especially if there aren’t convenient locations near you now. If they are interested, all they have to do is contact our office and we will see what we can work out with them. Our market is every gallon of fuel sold in Canada and the world. That is a very large market and it is going to take many retail providers to keep up with the demand.

    Keith, again thanks for the question and the opportunity to present additional information.

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  78. Josh says: November 23, 201110:44 am

    Hey guys,
    I have a 2004 Mazda rx8. As most people know the rx8 are not the greatest on fuel economy. It takes 91 octane on top of that. What I’m worried about is all you guys talk about are in piston engines, how would this work (if it would) in a rotary engine?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Josh,

    Not to worry. Eco-Fuel Saver will work just as wonderfully in a rotorary engine as well as a piston engine. Even though the engine designs are radically different, the basic principles of mechanical operation are the same, combustion to thrust, to torque, to work output. The more efficient that you make the compression cycle in any motor, the more efficient and powerfully the engine will be able to perform its expected work load. Thank you for your interest in EFS and the time to write in and ask a question.

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  79. Ed says: November 20, 201110:31 am

    I have 2 questions
    I have 2010 Volkwagen 2 litre gas they say I need 91 octane if I use your product can I use 87 and will it affect warranty and what should I expect for performance and mileage difference.

    I also have 2007 Duramax Diesel what happens if I use your product with warranty and performance Is the product the same for gas and diesel or is there a different product for diesel
    Thanks Ed

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    The Experts Reply:

    Ed,

    First thing. Absolutely run the Volkswagon on 87 octane with Eco-Fuel Saver and save the difference in the fuel cost. Absolutely. And so you know that my “money is where my mouth is”, I have run and a Lexus and am now running an Infinity FX35 on 87 octane fuels enhanced with EFS. Both were/are leased vehicles that specified 93 octane gasoline and are going through the full factory maintenance programs. Depending on your driving conditions, you should expect a solid 10-15 percent increase in fuel efficiency.

    The consumer warranty on all vehicles is protected by the Magnusson Moss Act. Our product is safe to run in ALL internal combustion engines and is its use is protected by this Act. And yes, the same Eco-Fuel Saver works in both gasoline and diesel engines.

    Thank you for your questions.

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  80. buff mcgovern says: November 19, 201112:36 pm

    hi guys, i have a toyota tundra trd off road double cab model 4×4 truck with the complete trd supercharged
    option, (true duel exhaust, supercharger, coldair intake, electric rad fan, etc) all installed by my dealer up here in saskatchewan canada. i bought extra warranty (still have 3 years) when i bought the truck as I plan on keeping it forever, and it has 48000 klm to date which to me is nicely broken in. i run synthetic oil and premium fuel to honour the factory warranty as recomended by trd (toyota) and the truck has been bulletproof since day one. my ??? are will your product work in this engine configuration and will my factory warranty still be valid and could i quote you on this? i do NOT want to hurt this powertrain but a couple more miles to the gallon would be nice… tks much buff……….

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    The Experts Reply:

    Buff,

    Sounds like a nice truck. Yes Eco-Fuel Saver will work in this engine configuration. The Magnusson Moss Act protects your warranty and the use of Eco-Fuel Saver, and yes you can quote me on that. Actually, you now have it in writing. I will also tell you that you can run 87 octane with Eco-Fuel Saver and you would still be providing your engine with a premium fuel and saving money. Remember, all octane does is control the rate of burn in the combustion cylinder. It just allows you to compress the air/fuel mixture further into the cylinder before ignition. Eco-Fuel Saver allows the air/fuel mixture to be compressed further into the cylinder before firing also. Regular 87 octane fuel enhanced with Eco-Fuel Saver becomes a premium fuel.

    If you are still skeptical, work into it slowly. Try 91 octane with EFS, then drop down to 87 octane with EFS. The worst thing that could happen if I were wrong is that the fuel would predetonate (start to ignite earlier) and your performance would suffer. You would easily tell the difference and all you would do is go to a gas station and add some premium fuel to the tank. Problem solved. However, I will tell you now that you will not be able to make your engine spark knock on 87 octane fuel enhanced with EFS. Can’t do it. Won’t happen. Eco-Fuel Saver is that good. EFS is an unbelievable performance enhancer in the fuel. Unbelievable.

    Thank you for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

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    buff Reply:

    ok, tks guys, bought myself a big can of your product and will use it for the next month or so and check the mileage in the tundra, and my ford half ton which i use for around town. will let you know the results…

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    The Experts Reply:

    Buff,

    Thanks and you will not be disappointed. It will not take a month for you to be happy. Give that tundra a day or two to get used to the new fuel and then go out and nail the pedal to the floor (assuming that you don’t have 4′ of snow to contend with). Take the Eco-Fuel Saver Performance Test. You will feel the performance and know “with out a shadow of doubt” that there are good things happening inside your combustion chamber when you can’t make it “spark knock.

  81. Peter says: November 18, 20111:36 pm

    Is this product suitable for gasoline engines and what results should I expect?
    I have an older 96 Chev Silverado 350 Vortrx.

    Thanks, Peter

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    The Experts Reply:

    Peter,

    Yes, this product is suitable for all gasoline and diesel engines. In general, the older the engine, the less efficient they were and Eco-Fuel Saver does an even better job in making them more efficient. You should expect a solid 10-15% fuel efficiency increase and HOPE for more.

    Thanks for your interest.

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  82. Carmine says: November 14, 20113:13 pm

    Hi there. I just purchased a bottle of Super Eco-Fuel Saver (60ml) and was wondering if you could tell me some info on what to expect on my truck and if you have anyone that as used it on the same truck as mine with results etc. I have a 2006 Ford F 150 Super Crew Cab 4.6 L engine. What am I in for once I start using this in my tank ? Numbers ? Improvements ? Also, a simple question, when should I put this bottle in my tank ? completely empty tank or I was thinking at a 1/4 tank left of fuel.

    I look forward to hearing back from you and I hope to see a vast improvement in my gas and kms etc.

    Thanks

    Carmine

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    The Experts Reply:

    Carmine,

    The 4.6 L engine is a very common engine configuration on the roads today. I know of many, many 4.6′s using Eco-Fuel Saver right now. I am hoping that some of them will write in and share their personal experiences with you. Depending on your driving habits and a host of other variables, you should expect an increase of 10-15% in fuel efficiency. You can put EFS in the tank at any point in time and at the proper ratio, and it will mix. I personally like to put it in before I pump the new fuel in because I know all of that agitiation from the new fuel will do a super job mixing everything in the tank.

    Thank you for your interest in EFS.

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  83. Russ Kemp says: November 14, 20117:18 am

    Would there be any benefit to adding EFS to home heating oil?

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  84. Robert says: November 8, 20118:48 pm

    Hi i have a 2008 chevy cobalt,i have been using eco fuel saver for a while and on the 6th tank,but no results except that fuel economy is going down not up.It was doing 7.4L/100kms now gets 9.9L/100kms so whats going on?Should i reset my ECU or what?Thanks!!

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    The Experts Reply:

    Robert,

    Thank you for your question and concern, and you should be concerned. Your fuel mileage has dropped 34%! The first point is that Ecc-Fuel Saver will not have a negative reaction. It is scientifically and chemically impossible. I would recommend is that you stop using EFS immediately and track your mileage closely. Compare your mileage with out EFS to your previous baseline with out EFS. Account for as many variables as you can think of. Are you using different gas that may have ethanol in it? Have you put on new snow tires recently? Have your driving patterns changed recently? Is your car idling more with the onset of cold weather? Reseting your ECU “might” fix the problem, but I suspect not. If your ECU is off this badly, it is probably having a meltdown. I suspect a mechanical problem such as faulty ECU, senors, problem with filters, in need of a tune up, spark plug wire off or damaged. It could be a number of problems, but anytime a vehicles fuel economy takes a serious dive like this and you can’t logically account for the differences, then the vehicle is telling you that it is time to make an appointment in your local shop. Good luck with the problem.

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  85. Dan says: October 29, 20115:40 pm

    Hello,

    I was at Canadian Tire the other day looking at your product… The 2oz bottle was the same one as advertized on your site. But the 15 oz bottle seemed to be different and was named “Mach3 Super Eco Fuel Saver”. Are they the same product just branded differently?

    Thanks

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Dan,

    They are one and the same, just different sizes.

    The Experts

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  86. Ryan says: October 29, 201110:48 am

    I just purchased a new 2012 dodge ram with 6.7l cummins. I would like to know it this product is safe to use with gen 49 additive and is so what are the average claims on mpg increases? Is it safe for emission after treatment processes? Can it be purchased directly from your Beaverlodge headquarters?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Ryan,

    Thanks for your questions. Although they are simple and straight forward questions, I am going to answer them in as much detail as possible. First, we have a company Dodge with a 6.7 Cummins engine that absolutely loves Eco-Fuel Saver. It consistant;y jumps 3 mpg with Eco-Fuel Saver in the tank. Our baseline on this truck is 16.5 mpg cruising at 75 mph. With EFS in the tank it will jump to 19.5 mpg, which is an increase of 18%. Hopefully you will get as good or better results in your truck.

    Yes you can run Eco-Fuel Saver with the Gen49 Cetane booster from Powerup. I believe that if you replace the Gen49 with Eco-Fuel Saver, you will be surprised at what it will do for you and your truck. Cetane boosters are additives that are put in diesel fuels to help them ignite easier, which in turn makes the vehicle much easier to start. This is especially important in the wickedly cold Canadian winters. That is why winter diesel has such a high cetane number, to allow it to combust or ignite easier. However, to get a high cetane number, standard diesel fuel has to be diluted by the cetane which reduces the available BTU’s of energy in the fuel. Cetane has a very low BTU (energy) content. This is why every diesel engine gets less fuel efficiency in the winter than in the summer. But they will at least start!

    Eco-Fuel Saver causes some similiar reactionss and also some very different reactions in the fuel. EFS is not a cetane booster. If you look at our diesel fuel analysis that we did at CAD Rail, we actually reduced the cetane rating by 1. Yet we did not change the BTU content of the fuel. Eco-Fuel Saver in diesel fuel actually makes it easier to start in the winter also. This result is caused by EFS’s unique restructuring of the molecules which allow them to be compressed a little further into the combustion chamber (thus building more heat of compression to ignite the fuel), and then also allows them to ignite more uniformly and “burn” a little quicker and more completely. When EFS restructures the fuel, it restructures the incomplete and weaker fuel molecules that are normally the first to ignite as the heat and pressure build in the combustion chamber. This reduction in “early ignition” reduces diesel clatter (which is basically preignition) and allows the heat inside the combustion chamber to build slightly to a more advantageous temperature for more uniform combustion. It is this phenomen that makes the engine more efficient and produces both the fuel efficiency gains and the emission reductions that Eco-Fuel Saver delivers.

    The only product that we sell through our Beaverlodge office is to commercial and large wholesale accounts. All we do is arrange for the shipping from our warehouse to their location. Retail quantities can currently be purchased at Canadian Tire. Canadian Tire has basically been sold out across the whole country for the last couple of weeks. They put the product on sale nationally in late September and early October. The product flew out the doors. I don’t think that they had anticipated the response that they got to the sale. Anyway, the stores are restocking now with Eco-Fuel Saver and I don’t think that they will ever run out like that again.

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    Ryan Reply:

    Well, I think this stuff is great. Got 860km to a tank on the weekend. Great mileage for a one ton. Just wish the stuff was available at more places. Canadian Tire is not my favorite place to shop and the 6 times i have been there in the last month they only have the 60ml bottle. Had to get it imported from BC. Just work on the distribution and I will be a happy customer.

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  87. Doug says: October 27, 201111:28 am

    Why does it take three fill ups before a mileage increase is noticed?

    I disconnected the negative battery cable to reprogram the computer but it still took three fill ups
    before I experienced going farther on a tank.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Doug,

    We have heard of this happening before and we have no solid and definitive answers as to why it sometimes STILL takes a few fill ups before gains are seen even after resetting the ECU. We SPECULATE that it is simply due to the various types of ECU’s on the market today and their programs and settings. Many ECU’s have to allow for a certain amount of fuel to be run through the engine through ALL THE DIFFERENT POWERBANDS before it makes it’s calculations based on the power, quality, increased combustion pressures, etc. of the fuel that you are using. We are currently in the process of establishing a knowledge database of all the different vehicles that people are using EFS in and would like to know the make, model and year of your vehicle if you will provide us with this information.

    Thank you,

    The Experts

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    Doug Reply:

    The car is a 2007 Audi A 4.

    Here is my theory

    Since the EFS is added to the fuel in only a ratio of 2000 parts to 1, and 10% of that is the carrying agent, the effect is working on the transference of vibrational frequency in Quantum Mechanics.

    In the world of holistic health there is a way of healing through vibrational medicine. If a couple drops of a plant tincture is placed under the tongue or added to a cup of tea, or a couple drops of an essential oil is placed on the skin, this is all that it takes to have a noticeable change in sometimes just minutes. But if you use to much, this doesn’t work.

    I’m concluding that this same principle could be the reason for the initial delay in experiencing increased mileage in the Audi and others. In the beginning that small amount was still to much product to have an effect.

    When adding EFS at only 2000 parts to one, it’s working by transferring a vibrational frequency to the fuel. If this is the case, EFS doesn’t even need to be added to the tank. All anyone would need to do is zip tie the small tube of EFS to the fuel line before the fuel rails and the same transformation of the fuel will take effect as it passes by on the way to the injectors. You’d would then never have to ever add any to the tank again.

    Anybody else up for a little experiment and making their findings in a report here?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Doug,

    This theory sounds like the discussions that we used to have in college. Everyonce in a while, an idea would get turned into a full scale research project. Sometimes the thought process panned out, and sometimes it didn’t. Man’s search for truth and knowledge has always been that way.

    At this time, we have a full testing schedule ahead of us plus the continueing product launch in Canada and the upcoming US launch with West Marine starting in February. If you don’t mind, we would like to casually monitor your testing and search for knowledge. Please keep us informed and thank you for your interest in Eco-Fuel Saver.

    The Experts Reply:

    90% is the carrying agent, not 10%. The “magic” is in the ingredients that make up the 10%.

  88. Arbri says: October 26, 20111:36 am

    Hello! I want to know if this product is avaiable in Albania and can I use this product in my Golf 4???

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Arbri,

    Yes, Eco-Fuel Saver can absolutely be used in your Golf 4. Unfortunately though, it is not available in Albania right now. However, in the not-too-distant future it will be. We are currently in the process of setting up manufacturing in Germany, UK, Brazil, Australia and southeast Asia, as well as putting distributors in place to sell the product in these countries and others nearby. We are extremely focused on getting Eco-Fuel Saver to countries where fuel prices are highest to help consumers save money on fuel. Although Americans like to complain loudly about the high cost of fuel in the U.S, the reality is that they have the cheapest fuel of any first world, western based nation. As of today, 10/26/11, the national U.S average retail price for gasoline is $3.46 per gallon (about $0.92 L) and $3.86 for diesel (about $0.94 L). Canada’s gasoline prices are averaging $1.23 per litre right now, while the UK is at about $1.90 (US) per litre. At this time, there are currently 10 European countries that have even higher fuel prices than that of the UK. Some are MUCH higher. Eco-Fuel Saver is sure to be a tremendous hit with European consumers and businesses that burn fuel when it gets on the market in Europe.

    The Experts

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  89. perry says: October 19, 20119:02 am

    Hi there what is the cost of this per bottle I see Canadian Tire is listed at $5.99 what size of a bottle is that or is it just the one 30ml shot.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Perry,

    Canadian Tire should have both sizes (and the prices for each) on their website but unfortunately they only list the 60 mL/2 oz. size and the price ($5.99). The 450 mL/15 oz. size retails for $29.99 and treats 900 litres (225 U.S gallons) of fuel. We will contact Canadian Tire and have this changed/updated. Thanks for writing us and bringing this to our attention.

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  90. Dennis Muso says: October 11, 20114:17 pm

    I am travelling to the United States from Canada for the winter. Where would I be able to purchase this product in Arizona or California?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Dennis,

    We have met with the following U.S retailers: NAPA, Pep Boys, Walgreens, Tractor Supply Company, and West Marine and are currently awaiting meetings with Pilot/Flying J, Walmart (USA), Autozone, O’Rielly’s, Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s. A lot of stores, to be sure, but we are still doing all the paperwork associated with getting Eco-Fuel Saver into these outlets and don’t have a firm launch date with any one of them yet except for West Marine (where we are introducing Eco-Fuel Saver to the marine industry at the Miami International Boat Show in February). We will be available in Walmart (Canada) and Costco (Canada) shortly, as well as Canadian Tire, but no U.S stores that we can send you to as of yet. We will post new retailers on our website as they come on board so keep checking back here every so often. In the meantime, we recommend that you load up on Eco-Fuel Saver before you leave Canada for the winter. Have a safe trip south….you’re the envy of many Canadians.

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  91. Anna Amato says: October 5, 20111:41 pm

    My car does not have a reset button for the dashboard computer that records my
    mileage and fuel use. You state that it can take up to 5 tanks of fuel being run
    through the engine before the computer starts to make adjustments and record gains.
    In order to see results faster do I need to take it into the dealership to have it
    reset or is there a way I can reset it myself somehow?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Anna,

    Most newer vehicles, including all fuel injected engines, use a small computer to control fuel (and air) delivery. These computers typically reset on their own ONLY ONCE EVERY 150 TIMES YOU START THE VEHICLE, hence the need to either use EFS in up to 5 tanks of fuel before you begin to see results OR if you don’t want to wait, then you need to reset the computer immediately so that you can SEE the benefits of EFS sooner on your dashboard computer. Some vehicles have dashboard “reset” buttons and some, like yours, do not. (Note: Virtually all vehicles on the road today are computer controlled, only older carburated vehicles DO NOT have computer controlled fuel systems).

    Here is a way that you can do your own manual computer reset in your vehicle so that you can see the gains with Eco-Fuel Saver faster (this manual reset may also help vehicles that DO have a reset button actually register EFS gains better and faster than using the actual reset button in the dashboard):

    1) First put Eco-Fuel Saver in your fuel and drive about 50 kms (30 miles). This will ensure that EFS has mixed in thoroughly with the fuel and that the EFS enhanced fuel has made it’s way through the fuel lines, the fuel filter and is burning within the engine cylinders.

    2) After driving 50 kms, disconnect the NEGATIVE battery cable (this is the black cable connected to the negative battery terminal – the negative terminal is marked with a dash (-) sign. You WILL NOT end up with tight curls, an afro, a shock, on fire or babbling away incoherently to your imaginary friend if you disconnect the negative cable yourself (Note: if you have two batteries that are not connected in series to each other, then you MUST disconnect the negative cable from both batteries). Once you disconnect the negative battery cable this will erase the computer’s memory.

    3) Get in your vehicle and step on the brake for a couple of minutes to drain any remaining electricity from the electrical system. After you have taken your foot off the brake, wait for approximately 15 minutes before proceeding to step 4.

    4) Now reconnect the negative battery cable to the negative terminal (post) on the battery. Note: You will also need to reset your stereo presets, interior clock, etc. If these DO NOT require resetting then the power DID NOT completely drain out of the system and you need to repeat steps 2 & 3.

    5) Once you have hooked up the negative cable to the battery, start the engine. When the engine starts the computer will call for a new diagnostic check within the engine. The vehicle’s sensors will now immediately recognize the difference between the old fuel you were using and the new EFS treated fuel. The computer will then make the adjustments so that your vehicle will immediately operate a lot more efficiently on the EFS enhanced fuel and with much greater power. As you drive and start to register some kilometres on the vehicle after the reset, it will keep adjusting for a time for a more precise reading of fuel efficiency.

    Important Note: In some instances, vehicles and engines with high mileage or thousands of hours on them (and therefore tremendous carbon deposits built up within) will see mileage temporarily DECREASE further and emissions INCREASE (also temporarily) as the EFS enhanced fuel cleans the carbon from the engine. In these engines with heavy carbon it is not uncommon to see 30-40% increased fuel efficiency after 5 tanks of EFS enhanced fuel are run through the engine.

    Thanks for writing us, Anna.

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    per Reply:

    to add.some vehicle computers will not reset until you do a number of drive cycles.these do not have memory reset.if it can be reset,that should put you back to basic factory settings.in most later models you need to have the dealer do it,however all vehicles now are learning computers.ie your grandmother drove the car to the grocery store,never got to posted speed limit and was very gentle on the accelerator then she gives it to her 18 year old grandson and he stomps on the pedal.he might think the car is gutless.after a while of pedal to the medal the car learns to go all out

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    The Experts Reply:

    Per,

    Thank you for writing in and sharing that with us about ECU’s. Eco-fuel Saver truly does do it’s job reformulating the fuel for better combustion, cleaner emissions, etc. However, it has been a challenge to overcome some of these computers used in modern engines today in order for EFS to show people the mileage gains they are hoping to see. You are completely correct in what you wrote. MAny users don’t give EFS enough time, or should we say they don’t give their ECU’s enough time to reset before they quit using EFS and bad mouth the product. The claims we make have all been validated. You simply cannot make the kinds of claims we do without the data to back it up, regulatory and advertsing agencies simply won’t allow you to make unsubstantiated claims. MAybe it’s time we started promoting the emissions reductions benefits of EFS because we know that before and after, positive emissions reductions are achieved every single time EFS is used. And for a visual demonstration there is no better test than a diesel or two-stroke engine. Thanks again for writing us and Happy NEw Year!

  92. Rod H. says: October 3, 20119:02 pm

    I have a question, actually a 2 part question with regards to EFS being used in Jet A-1, Jet B, JP4 etc. for use in turbine engines for helicopters. I have flown many types over the years and it is widely known that turbine engines in general are grossly inefficient and extremely high in toxic emissions. If EFS was capable of improving these two aspects alone aviation in general would be turned on its head. However, my second part of my question is based on helicopter performance. High, hot and heavy conditions are the biggest test on any helicopters performance capabilities. For example its the middle of summer in the Okanagan fighting fires at 7000′ with a temperature at altitude of 25C. This equates to a density altitude of close to 12000′. If operating a machine under max gross for that altitude your limiting factor is going to be EGT (exhaust gas temperature) or TOT (turbine outlet temperature) you will hardly ever torque out under these conditions. So what I am wondering is it possible by utilizing this product to reduce actual exhaust temperatures while increasing torque at altitude? This would be revolutionary!

    Thanks,

    Rod

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    The Experts Reply:

    Rod,

    What you stated about density and altitude is dead on accurate. Eco-Fuel Saver does increase torque and decrease exhaust gas temperatures (EGT), it is proven to do those two things, among many others. Eco-Fuel Saver works in all types of hydrocarbon fuel including Jet A-1, Jet B, JP4 and other aviation fuels. If the fuel combusts, Eco-Fuel Saver will help it combust more efficiently and with more power. Reducing the EGT in an aircraft engine means that the motor will be able to do more work without overheating. Controlling engine heat and/or EGT is the primary limiting factor in increasing engine combustion, efficiency and power. Control the heat and you gain more control of the combustion process. With the added torque that you will gain with EFS, the climb rate will increase significantly and the aircraft will have more load carrying capability as well as a significantly extended nautical range (or flying time) on the same amount of fuel. Eco-Fuel Saver will accomplish all of this while dramatically reducing emissions.

    Although we cannot okay the use of EFS in aviation fuel at this time (due to testing and certification needed), we have had several private pilots tell us that they have flown their planes on Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuels with tremendous results. We are presently in the midst of a long term aircraft study using Eco-Fuel Saver in both fixed wing turboprop and turbofan (jet) engines as well as in rotor aircraft (helicopters). We hope to have the initial data in a fews months and will share that on our Breaking News page as it comes available. As you are probably well aware, the aviation industry is concerned most with safety, as it should be, and the evaluation of Eco-Fuel Saver enhanced fuels for aircraft use will be extensive and comprehensive.

    Thanks for writing us, Rod.

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  93. Jeremie says: October 2, 20116:31 pm

    Hi again, I have a question regarding the use of eco-fuel saver in a different fuel: Can EFS be used in propane or other gaseous fuels? If so, how can it be safely added to a tank that is used for heating a house or other building through a furnace? I’m thinking that if it could be added the savings would be pretty nice, especially considering the price of propane.

    Thanks for letting me know,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    Thanks again for your questions and yes you are right in your thought process. EFS can be added to any hydrocarbon fuel; propane, natural gas, kerosene, bunker C, as well as gasoline and diesel. We have done some testing at the manufacturing level and the early reports look very promising. One of the problems that has been observed is that since EFS creates more heat due to the more efficient burn of gaseous fuels like propane or natural gas, the heating elements can’t take the increase in heat and will sometimes just melt. In other instances, the fuel flow needs to be turned down or it will be delivering too much fuel. The latter method, turning down the fuel flow, is obviously going to extend the work that can be done on the same amount of propane or natural gas that is not enhanced with EFS. We know that EFS works very well in these situations, however, the incorporation of EFS into the fuel supply and sometimes the delivery of the fuel itself has to be modified. This is one of the situations where we would advise you “to not try this at home unless you are a trained professional in these fields.”

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  94. connor says: October 1, 20113:09 pm

    can you use this product in pressure washers?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Absolutely. It should run at least 20% longer and the exhaust emissions will be decreased substantially. Those machines have no pollution control devices on them.

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  95. curtis Weitzel says: September 28, 20119:22 pm

    Can this be used with the flex engines that can use 85% ethonal.?
    Can it be used with ethonal?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Curtis,

    Yes, it certainly can. However, since a gallon of ethanol has less BTU’s, and therefore less potential energy than gasoline, you will not see the power increases or the mileage gains when EFS is used in fuel that is 85% ethanol. Ethanol has NOT been a good thing for consumers or the planet. It’s a subsidized waste of money that increases the price of certain food sources that could be better used to feed people. It is NOT environmentally friendly and the amount of energy (and water) required to make ethanol from corn, for example, is NOT cost effective. We need more money invested into electric, solar, wind, turbines that harness ocean power, etc. Please read the second paragraph below on our answer to Don Harmatiuk (September 25th response) to gain a better understanding of using ethanol and EFS.

    Thanks for writing us, Curtis.

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  96. Don Harmatiuk says: September 23, 20114:47 pm

    My first use of EFS (1ml:1l) resulted in a 24% boost in fuel economy. However since then I rarely see more than 7%. I drive the same 239km every day and I’m on my second 450ml bottle, using the product at a1ml:2l ratio. Could the decrease be a result of the ethanol blend gasoline I am now using?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Don,

    Thanks for writing us. If you could write us back and let us know what make of vehicle you are driving, the year, and the mileage, as well as the brand and octane number of fuel you are using (although this usually doesn’t matter as EFS makes ALL hydrocarbon fuel better, even fuel containing ethanol). A 7% increase in mileage is on the VERY low side of mileage increases with EFS. The 24% boost that you initially received is actually pretty common and mileage usually stays up around that original number UNLESS there is a mechanical problem with the vehicle (spark plug not working, clogged air filter, etc.). We just had a case whereby a gentleman achieved a 32% increase in fuel economy within 2 tanks and his mileage increase stayed there for several months, then all of a sudden his mileage dropped back down to less than what it was before he started using EFS. We told him to take his truck in for a tune-up and make sure it was mechanically sound and the engine had no faulty components. He had new spark plugs and a new air filter put in and immediately his truck went back to the 30% increased mileage he was getting before. EFS WILL NOT improve vehicles that are running faulty due to mechanical problems. We have seen this many times. People use EFS in vehicles that aren’t running properly to begin with and then blame Eco-Fuel Saver when it doesn’t work (only to get the vehicle serviced, use Eco-Fuel Saver again and Viola! Their mileage increases!). Let us know on the make and mileage of your vehicle, we would love to help you get back to that 24% increase you originally achieved.

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    Don Harmatiuk Reply:

    Thanks for your quick response. I drive an ’09 Jeep Compass, 2.4L, standard transmission which currently has 208,000 km on it. I replaced the plugs in July at 190,000 km, just before I started using EFS, and the air filtre was replaced a month ago at 200,000 km. The original fuel I was using was Esso or Fas Gas regular (87 octane) but my local Fas Gas switched an ethanol blended regular (87 octane). The retailer states that this fuel may contain up to 10% ethanol.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Your assumptions are probably correct. First thing, when the retailer states that their fuel MAY contain ethanol, you can bet your shorts that IT DOES contain ethanol. The EFS is still working. However, because of the ethanol, you have a new baseline for your vehicle (i.e – your baseline mileage will be different with 87 octane gasoline with no ethanol vs. 87 octane gasoline WITH ethanol). Ethanol has less BTU’s than gasoline. With less BTU’s, you have less potential energy. You can’t create as big an explosion with less energy. The smaller explosion can’t push the piston as hard. It can’t create as much thrust. It just doesn’t work that way.

    As a rule of thumb, for every 1% ethanol in the fuel up to about 15%, you lose 1% BTU’s and therefore 1% efficiency. This means that if your current gas has 10% ethanol, you have 10% less energy in the fuel and the vehicle’s efficiency will be down 10%. If you were to pull your vehicle off of EFS, you would notice a huge drop in efficiency, at least 10% lower than your original baseline fuel figures on 87 octane gas with no ethanol. For this discussion, lets just assume that it dropped 10%, but you are still getting 7% over and above your older, higher no ethanol 87 gasoline baseline. The logical conclusion is that you are probably still currently achieving at least a 17% increase.

    Isn’t ethanol wonderful? No, it isn’t. It is less efficient as a fuel, so we save nothing. We end up using just as much gasoline. Then we have to subsidize (price support) the ethanol manufacturers so that they can even be profitable, with our tax dollars. Ethanol actually RAISES emissions, especially NOX, which is a leading cause of cancer. I personally have a moral issue with taking a food source and using it as fuel, especially an inefficient one, when we have millions of people starving in this world. Ethanol is also a very caustic substance.

    Ethanol, in my opinion, is one of the worst things that has ever been rammed down the throats of Americans and Canadians. To pharaphrase, ethanol as an efficient energy source is “truly a bridge to nowhere”! However, you truly are doing your part to counteract the poor effects of ethanol, Don. By using EFS, you are getting a better combustion burn of the fuel, even though it is a poorer quality fuel. You are actually lowering emissions, especially NOX, which is created by an inefficient burn and the resulting poor use of the energy (heat). You are also creating a few degrees less heat with your engine, so you are doing your part to combat global warming.

    In our perfect world, only 87 octane gasoline (with no ethanol in it) blended with EFS would be offered for sale at the pumps. No 89, 91, or 93 octane gasoline – only 87. That way we would be making the most efficient use of the fuels and technologies that we have today. Ultimately, a newer technology, a new fuel source, and new engine designs will be developed. Until then, it is our responsibility to use the technologies that we have today as efficiently as possible.
    Don, thanks for doing your part!

  97. Wanda B says: September 19, 201110:31 pm

    Can you tell me how Eco Fuel Saver compares to Lucas Fuel Treatment?

    Thanks.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Wanda,

    We are working on an in-depth analysis right now on the differences between Eco-Fuel Saver and Lucas Fuel Treatment. We should have our answer to you by the end of the week. To be fair, Lucas Fuel Treatment IS a good product, but not quite in the same league as Eco-Fuel Saver when it comes to being the “All-Around” fuel additve that EFS is. We will explain why shortly.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Wanda,

    Lucas Fuel Treatment has no certified EPA , CARB or Canadian EPA lab test results that we can find showing their claimed emissions reductions or mileage increases. This is not to say that it doesn’t “increase mileage” or “decrease emissions” as it very well may. Many injector cleaners and/or lubricants can “increase mileage” and/or “reduce emissions” because they clean up some of the carbon deposits due to their cleaning effect which, in turn, will take the engine back to getting a bit better mileage and less emissions. However, it is doubtful that emission reductions and/or mileage gains are even remotely close to the large scale emission reductions and mileage increases like those seen and proven in Eco-Fuel Saver testing. If Lucas Fuel Treatment’s mileage increases and emissions reductions were significant, we suspect that Lucas would go through the trouble of proving those emission reductions and/or mileage increases and having them certified and verified by EPA, CARB or Canadian EPA lab and/or real world testing. This kind of certified test data is invaluable for backing up claims and carries tremendous weight with not just consumers and businesses that burn fuel, but also government agencies looking for products that can reduce fossil fuel pollutants. The “mileage increases” with Lucas Fuel Treatment, if there is any, probably come by way of adding some additional lubrication in the cylinder via putting it in the fuel (sulphur was traditionally used in diesel and lead in gasoline, however, both lead and almost all of the sulphur has been banned from gasoline and diesel fuel for many years because of it’s detrimental environmental and human health effects when burned). Better lubrication in the cylinder would increase the ease at which the piston goes up and down and, technically speaking, “improve mileage”. This increase in mileage due to increased lubrication would likely not be very large, probably less than 5% in our opinion.

    How Eco-Fuel Saver works is dramatically different from Lucas Fuel Treatment. EFS increases COMBUSTION FIRING PRESSURES (which translates to a greater downward thrust of the piston and therefore more power and greater forward propulsion of a vehicle). EFS also LOWERS EXHAUST TEMPERATURES which not only greatly prolongs engine life, but dramatically reduces the heat output after combustion, which in turn reduces GHG’s (greenhouse gases) emitted into the atmosphere.

    We are still trying to understand what Lucas means when they say that their product “increases mileage by burning more of the exhaust emissions”. ????? We are at a loss. That makes no sense because once the piston is pushed down on the initial explosion of the fuel when ignited, the resulting exhaust emissions CANNOT be subsequently used to propel the vehicle forward or help push the piston down more. Engines don’t work that way. Exhaust emissions are just that – EXHAUST EMISSIONS – they get pushed out of the outtake valve or flow out the port and are of no value in increasing torque/mechanical energy or increasing your mileage in any way, shape or form.

    EFS works as a catalyst that controls the rate of burn in fuel, allowing more of the fuel to combust just prior to top dead center, at top dead center, and immediately after top dead center. All of the fuel that can combust and explode at this time turns into a rapidly expanding volume of superheated gases that violently pushes the piston downward, creating thrust and torque. (Top dead center is the point at which the chemical energy in fuel, when ignited in an engine, is converted into mechanical energy with the greatest efficiency.)

    Any fuel that burns AFTER the piston starts its rapid push back down into the cylinder is just WASTED FUEL. The rapid downward movement of the piston creates a vacuum in which still burning, partially burned, and unburned fuel is pulled. This is still a mixture of superheated gases but in the wasted form of unuseable heat and toxic exhaust emissions. This wasted fuel and unuseable heat DOES NOT push the piston downward. Unfortunately, it becomes just extra heat and increases the temperature of the cylinders and engine block, drying out cylinder walls and breaking down lubricating oils. The exhaust valve (or port) will eventually open, allowing these superheated emissions to flow out across the head, into the tailpipe, through the catalytic converter and ultimately into the environment. Because EFS acts as a catalyst that allows the fuel to combust more uniformly AT THE PROPER TIME, it can truly be said that EFS increases mileage via greater piston thrust (mechanical energy) while greatly reducing both internal engine combustion temperatures and external environmental temperatures. EFS increases mileage while doing the greatest environmental good in the way of dramatic emission reductions from the burning of gasoline and diesel fuel as well as coal and natural gas.

    We hope this information has been of help in outlining the differences between EFS and Lucas Fuel Treatment.

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    Wanda B Reply:

    Thanks for the answer. I will definitely be sticking with Eco Fuel Saver. I am into week five of using the product and loving it.

    Hans H. Reply:

    That is the best explanation on how fuel combusts and works in an engine that I have ever heard in my 67 years of life. This is a fantastic website. Keep up the great work. You have a winner in EFS.

    Kevin Reply:

    What an awesome and informative reply! Having known about the years of research put in by the late Dennis Leung, it is great to see the work that you guys are doing for this amazing product.

    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Kevin,

    Thank you for your comment. Dennis Leung truly did invent an incredible thing and we have no intentions, no matter how much money it costs (and it hasn’t been cheap), to allow his work to never be known or to be bought by a company only to never see the light of day again. Consumers and, more importantly, THE ENVIRONMENT desperately needs this product. We are HUGE fans of cleaner alternatives to oil. We are all for it. However – and unfortunately – as we have said time and time again, alternative fuels ARE NOT not the reality today, at least not on the mass scale that will do this Earth any good. And this planet needs a solution RIGHT NOW. Today. Alternative fuels are not our major source of energy for the engines we use today – and they may not be during our lifetimes – so we MUST burn our current energy sources, gasoline and diesel fuel (even natural gas and coal), cleaner and “greener” and make them take us farther. That’s what Dennis Leung’s great product does for this world – burns fossil fuels cleaner and makes them go farther. The years of work and research he put into Eco-Fuel Saver, we assure you, will not be in vain.

    The International Eco-Fuels Team

  98. wretchedlife says: September 18, 201112:14 pm

    would this product be safe too use in a honda civic hybrid, sure i get food fuel milage but could always get better. what is the product like in cold weather winter. northern alberta winter

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    The Experts Reply:

    Eco-Fuel Saver is safe to use in ANY gasoline, diesel or biodiesel engine, including ALL hybrid vehicles. It also works SPECTACULAR when used in the fuel during cold winter weather. You will find that cold starts (especially in diesel engines) are much easier when Eco-Fuel Saver is used than when it is not used. Numerous individuals and companies have reported how much easier diesel machinery, tractors, generators, etc. start and run during the winter months when EFS is used.

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  99. ed says: September 16, 20112:52 pm

    Has consumer reports done any testing on your product.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Ed,

    Consumer Reports would verify accuracy of our claims through an approved or accredited lab. We at Eco-Fuel Saver are already using this type of testing facility to validate our technology. We would welcome Consumer Reports to call any of the labs that have tested Eco-Fuel Saver to confirm the validity of any of our test results posted herein.

    The Experts

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  100. Jeremie says: September 11, 20116:31 am

    Hi, I have recently discovered eco-fuel saver and have been using it for a few months now. I think it’s a great product and I appreciate all the info you’ve put up on your website, but I still have a few questions recording the use of EFS.

    1. On the bottle it says to use 30mL for 60L of fuel (basically a 1ml to 2L ratio) when you fill-up. What I was wondering is whether you have to use the right amount of EFS according to how much NEW fuel is going to be pumped into the tank or according to the full tank size.
    E.g. Let’s say I’m running an 80L tank with EFS already in it but now it’s 3/4 empty and I want to fill-up. For optimal results, do I put in 30mL of EFS for the 60L of new fuel I’m about to pump in or should I use 40mL for the full 80L tank size even though there is already 20L of EFS treated fuel left in the tank?

    2. On your website it states that EFS can be used with 87 or 89 octane gas instead of 93 premium. I was wondering why you say 87 “OR” 89, does it depend on octane availability or on the fact that depending on the vehicle you may need to use one or the other to get the equivalent of 93 octane?
    Also, is there a chart or have you done some in-depth testing that shows exactly what octane equivalent rating we can expect from different EFS treated fuels? I’m asking in the event that someone would let’s say need 100 octane and they wanted to know which octane they can actually use with EFS in order to get the required results.

    3. I’m curious to know if EFS has been tested or would work in kerosene for aircraft applications both small (private planes using rotors) and large (commercial planes using turbines and helicopters). The benefits to the air travel industry and the consumer would be enormous, no? Imagine how much farther planes could go on a single fill, and how the trajectories and stops would be affected (for the best)! Just thought I’d ask.

    Again thank you for such a great product, and for providing us with all that great info too. I do think that EFS is one of the best if not THE best fuel additive out there, and the only suggestion I would make is… a better bottle design that would make it easier to measure and pour EFS in the tank. But that won’t stop me from using it until that day comes!

    Keep up the great work,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    The answer to your first question is that you just have to put enough Eco-Fuel Saver in to treat the “new” untreated fuel when refilling a vehicle that already has EFS in the fuel. Most people are familiar enough with their vehicles and their fuel guages that they know within a gallon or two how much fuel it will take to fill their tank up. You can either put in as much EFS as you think the vehicle will take and stop filling when you have put that much fuel in or you can put in as much EFS as you think that it will take to treat the “new” fuel. If you go over, just add enough extra on top.

    To answer your second question, what we mean is that you can use whichever octane is lowest in your area. In some areas of the U.S, 85 octane is the lowest. In Canada you don’t see 85 octane gasoline and the lowest is usually 87. Some gas stations have 89 as their lowest. The point being, is that you can use the lowest rated octane gasoline at the service station when you use EFS in the fuel – even in a Ferrari or a Lamourghini. In most high compression and racing motors, 87 octane plus EFS will outperform 110 octane. Yes, OUTPERFORM 110! There has been a group of stock car drivers in Texas that has been running EFS in their racing motors, but using one ounce (30 mLs) to every 8 gallons (30 litres) of fuel. There is a simple test that you can do yourself to determine if you have enough “octane” in your fuel – or if you even have a good quality fuel. Take your vehicle out and just flat out stomp on it, pedal on the floor type stuff. Do it from a still start and aalso at various speeds while driving. If there is not enough octane in the fuel, you will hear a little “pinging” sound (known as spark knock), as well as feel the lack of power and unresponsiveness, which will indicate that you are not getting very good combustion. By adding the proper amount of EFS to gasoline, you not only eliminate the need for higher octane fuels but it is virtually impossible to make a vehicle spark knock when using EFS. For those of you running super high compression engines, EFS definitely acts as a performance additive. A little experimentation with EFS and different octane fuels (like the stock car guys in Texas are doing) will ultimately yield a mix ratio/blend that will result in more power, more compression, and more torque at a considerably reduced cost than buying high octane racing fuels. The current cost of 110 octane racing fuel is about $10.00 per gallon and 116 octane fuel is about $19.00 per gallon. Play around with EFS and 91 or 93 octane fuel and you will ultimately find a mix/blend that performs as well or better than paying the high costs per gallon of 110 or 116 octane fuel.

    As for your question on whether EFS will work in kerosene – aviation fuel – yes, it will. It works in ALL hydrocarbon fuels. Several individuals have tested EFS in their own private aircraft already and reported that it works spectacularly – they have more power and an extended nautical range. In the near future, we will be doing certified testing with EFS in aircraft/jet engine applications to get FAA certification and go after that market. And you are correct, what a difference it will make in the aviation industry. We will also be able to reduce aircraft emissions tremendously, too. Be sure to check out our “Breaking News” banner (new this coming week) on our great results on diesel locomotives. Thanks for your questions and comments.

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    Jeremie Reply:

    Hi again, and thank you for the detailed answers. They really helped clear things up for me.
    I do have a couple more questions that popped into my head as I was reading your reply.

    1. I heard a little while back that EFS also acts as a fuel stabilizer, is this true? If so, how long does it keep the fuel “fresh” for compared to other stabilizers on the market?

    2. The first question brings me to my second: can EFS be used in combination with other fuel additives (such as stabilizers, fuel system cleaners, water/gel removers, etc.) or are there mixes that should be avoided? If it can be used safely with other additives, what is the best method of combining them to make the most of EFS (EFS first in tank, other additives first, or all together)? Also, does the regular use of EFS remove the need to use fuel system cleaners/other gas treatments?

    Thank you for taking the time to reply to all my questions, and again for making EFS.
    Best regards,
    Jeremie

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    The Experts Reply:

    Jeremie,

    Yes, Eco-Fuel Saver acts like a fuel stabilizer. When EFS restructures the the long chain molecular bonds into smaller molecular chains, it also strengthens them. The chemicals are held in the proper alignment longer, reducing the “settling out ” that is so common in fuels today. In our accelerated tests that were done on EFS mixed fuels, fuel quality and stability were maintained for over 1 year, which is as far as we practically checked.

    And yes, Eco-Fuel Saver can be used with all of the other approved additives. Eco-Fuel Saver is a hydrocarbon product itself, so it is going to burn during the combustion process. Mix it and any of the other additives you use normally. And yes you are correct in assuming that you will not need to use those other fuel system and gas treatments. One of Eco-Fuel Savers side benefits is that it cleans the whole fuel system as well as the combustion chamber and engine. When fuel systems and engines that are using EFS and are torn down for inspection, they reveal an extremely clean, almost “new” looking fuel system and engine, devoid of all of the normal gunk and carbon deposits. EFS is as close to an “All-in-One” additive as has ever been invented.

    Again, thank you for the interest in our product.

  101. ed says: September 10, 20119:08 am

    I asked about the warranty issue and you said – no issues. Would you put that in writing saying you would replace the engine on your dime if warranty was voided because they traced it to your product and then I’ll have some piece of mind. Please e-mail the letter. Tks Ed.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Ed,

    If your warranty (or anyone else’s) is voided because the engine manufacturer proves that EFS in the fuel is what damaged the engine (or any engine component) we will buy you a brand spanking new engine with our own money and send you a $200 gift certificate to Ruth Chris steakhouse or another fancy restaurant of your choosing.

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  102. Mike says: September 9, 20114:01 pm

    If I use more than the recommended amount of Eco-Fuel Saver will it damage my engine?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Mike,

    During July, August, and September 2011, Eco-Fuel Saver underwent Phase 1 (fuel analysis) and Phase 2 (laboratory/dynamometer) testing at CAD Railway Industries (www.cadrail.ca). This premier facility tests new technologies in fuel efficiency and emissions reductions, as well as engine lubricants and fluids, for diesel engines and locomotives. During EFS testing at CAD Rail, engine performance was also evaluated at 10 TIMES and 20 TIMES the recommended EFS mix ratio. Even at these excessive dosages, absolutely no detrimental effects to the engine or engine components were found. For a more in-depth overview check out: WILL OVERDOSING WITH EFS DAMAGE MY ENGINE? under our Fuel Anaysis & Test Results category here on our website.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Or view under ‘Learn More’ on Banner #1 – Locomotive Testing Results.

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  103. ed says: September 8, 20113:04 pm

    I bought some but haven’t used any yet-directions say use 330 per 60 liters and to put in before refueling-correct? Any concerns with warranty.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Hi Ed,

    Thanks for trying Eco-Fuel Saver. You only need to use 30 mL to treat each 60 litres of fuel, not 330 mL. We recommend putting EFS into the tank first because the subsequent re-fueling will help run the product down into your tank better. You can add it after, too, it’s just that we recommend putting it in before fueling to maximize the results you get from using the product as it doesn’t take very much of it in order to reformulate your fuel. As for warranty concerns, there are no warranty issues when using Eco-Fuel Saver. Absolutely NONE. You can get more information regarding EFS and warranty issues under ‘Fuel Analysis’ on our Fuel Analysis & Test Results category on the home page of this website.

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  104. Bob Skinner says: September 7, 20115:13 pm

    Do you have any letters from Cummins ISX engines with DPF FILTERS and Diesel Exhaust Fluid after treatment saying that they approve of ECO-FUEL SAVER being used in these engines? Also does Detroit Diesel DD15 and Cat have any concerns about this product being used in there newer engines? Warrentes etc.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Bob,

    It sounds like you know a little about diesel engines. No, we don’t have any letters from these engine manufacturers, nor are they likely to ever render an opinion. If you haven’t been to our testing results section lately, go check out the diesel fuel analysis and test reports that are contained there. Obviously, we maintain or improve fuel quality.

    I just recieved less than 2 hours ago, the test results from our SFAT – 503 diesel testing done for the railroad at CAD Railways Industries in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. We have just concluded six weeks of testing with this North American railroad and diesel engine testing and certification facility. The test results conclusively prove that we reduce fuel consumption, reduce emissions, reduce engine exhaust temperatures and increase combustion firing pressures by 20 to 40 psi every time the piston “fires” – EVERY TIME!

    We reduce diesel particulate and we reduce NOx, and we do it in the combustion chamber by creating a better “burn” of the fuel. (All of these test results will be up on our website by early next week.) The railroad has determined that EFS is save to run in all their diesel locomotive and genset engines, and that EFS actually improves ALL aspects of diesel fuel combustion. I know that it’s hard to wrap ones head around the fact that something could actually work this well, but EFS does.

    As someone who probably understands engine mechanics, when I tell you that we reduced the engine exhaust temperatures by an average of 7 degrees F while increasing the combustion firing pressures 20-40 psi, you would understand the profound implications and significance of that. You will also understand that the reduction of diesel particulate and NOx during combustion, as well as the reduced heat, is going to prolong the life of DPF filters and DEF selective catalyst exhaust systems, as well as the total life of an engine. I am sure that you are aware of the huge reduction in life expectancy in newer diesel engines. They are cut in half on many engines, and the primary cause is increased engine and exhaust temperatures and reduced lubricity in the fuel. EFS helps with both of those issues.

    As far as Cummins ISX engines, I just spoke with Bob Logan (208-420-4451), who is a driver for Can Xpress, and has been using the product for 2 months and is up 14% over his baseline. He drives a 2007 Volvo with a 565 HP Cummins ISX engine back and forth from Calgary to California on his regular route. He loves EFS and he will tell you all about it if you call him. He is saving almost 50 cents per gallon!

    We have many people using EFS in all engines, Detriots and Cats included. I personally have 2 Freightliners with Cats in them and they have been running on EFS for 4 years with no problems whatsoever. No fuel pump problems, no injector problems – nothing. I started out with an 11% increase in both and over a couple months that efficiency increased to 17%.

    Thanks for your interest in EFS and your questions.

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  105. how much house can i afford says: September 4, 20114:41 pm

    i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

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    The Experts Reply:

    Thank you for your comments. It is one of the company priorities to keep an updated website and use it as an interactive educational tool. (Too many people or companies create their websites, and then never update them again. That seems kinda pointless, eh?) Follow along the next 10 days or so with the new material that will be coming to our testing section. We have one more full day of verification testing left (this Tuesday), but it appears almost certain that Eco-Fuel Saver is going to certify as the best fuel additive ever. At this point in the testing, we have verified that we accomplish what no other product has ever done. EVER! After weeks of extensive testing and verification, EFS is going to certify results in fuel efficiency increases, emission decreases, combustion firing pressure increases, and reductions in engine operating and exhaust temperatures. This has all been in conjunction with the extensive testing that we have been doing the last 6 weeks at CAD Railways Industries in Montreal on their large diesel locomotive engines.

    By the way, you didn’t mention it, and I am curious which vehicle makes and models that you are using EFS in and your own results.

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  106. Carey Henderson says: September 1, 201110:01 am

    What does your research show regarding adding Eco fuel saver to motorcycles and or motocross bikes?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Eco-Fuel Saver works in all hydrocarbon fuels the same way. Practically and simply speaking (in this case) that makes all engines and all fuels the same. You have to combust the fuel in the cyclinder to convert the chemical energy to mechanical energy in the form of torque. The more efficient the combustion process, the more efficient the capture of energy and the more torque (power) your engine is going to have. That makes your motorcycle no different than a weedeater engine or a top fuel dragster motor!

    EFS was dynoed at the Harley Davidson dealership in Scottsdale earlier this year and the testing showed almost instantaneous improvements in both torque and horsepower. Fuel quality is obviously a major component of the combustion process that leads directly to more torque and horsepower. EFS makes ALL hydrocarbon fuels “burn” more completely and efficiently. Within the last hour, I have just recieved the last 2 individual test results from our independent gasoline fuel analysis. The actual test results and an analysis of them will be posted to our website very soon. Bottom line, the chemical analysis of regular pump grade gasoline shows that EFS makes gasoline a better fuel without compromising any of the normal protective characteristics of the fuel.

    Even though gas and diesel engines are obviously different, their are still simiarities. I have just completed a test at CAD rails certified testing lab on a diesel motor at 20 times EFS’s recommended dilution ratio. At 20X strength, we showed an average decrease in engine exhaust temperature and a small average fuel efficiency increase. The point of this test was to prove that EFS does not hurt engines, even at too high a mixture ratio.

    Thank you for your interest in EFS. It is a wonderful product and will help your motorcycles engine perform better and last longer. We have many people enjoying the benefits of EFS in their motorcycles. Enjoy your ride.

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  107. Erwin Unger says: August 27, 201111:21 am

    Does sefs work in two stroke marine outboard with 50/1 mixture?

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    The Experts Reply:

    Yes, EFS works in all 2-stroke applications as well as all regular gasoline and diesel applications. I have personally run EFS enhanced fuels in all of my cars, trucks, and small engines (2 cycle included) for the last 4 years. We recently commissioned a comprehensive comparision between regular gasoline and EFS enhanced gasoline. It was performed by OTI, the same independent certified lab that performed our diesel analysis that is already posted on our web site. We recieved the test analysis back late yesterday afternoon that prove conclusively that EFS does not radically alter the chemical composition of the fuel and actually improves the quality of the fuel. EFS works by changing the molecular structure of the existing fuel which allows it to combust more efficiently. The fuel is burning more completely (cleaner) which is a good thing, especially in 2 cycle and the oil still provides the intended lubricity.

    These lab reports in their entirety as well as an analysis of the reports will be posted to our website by the middle of next week for you to view.

    Thank you for your interest in our EFS product and your question.

    Richard Craig
    General Manager

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