Sep 21 2008
Gas Prices Drop – For How Long?
Would you be interested hearing about something that might significantly improve the fuel mileage of your trucks? If so, keep reading.
Being the son of a petroleum geologist, who hung with and took classes with several petroleum engineers at one of nation’s leading petroleum engineering colleges, suffice it to say that I follow the oil industry with great interest.
Here’s my take for what it’s worth: the Peak Oil theory that came out in the early ’70s is being validated. My understanding is that Peak Oil predicted the world’s daily oil production would max out shortly after the turn of the century. Apparently, it has. World production is dropping
What’s that mean to you?
Forget about seeing $30 oil and $2 gasoline again. High prices are here to stay.
Being a mechanical engineer who suffered through numerous physics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, and internal combustion classes, suffice it to say I am VERY skeptical of wild claims of breakthrough fuel mileage. Motor friction, vehicle weight, and aerodynamics impose limits on the fuel efficiency of cars.
One of the factors that can be improved is the efficiency of the burn inside the cylinder. Over the years, multiple products have hit the market claiming to do just that. I would like to share a relatively new one with you for your consideration.
Due your own due diligence. The results you receive may differ, and be less than, those presented.
A gas additive is available that should boost your mileage anywhere from 10% to 30%. It works on both diesel and standard engines. My order hasn’t arrived yet but am eagerly awaiting its arrival.
Not to bore you with the details, but the producer claims the additive burns the fuel in the cylinder more completely. From a scientific/engineering standpoint, that makes perfect sense. Note: your engine may run a little hotter due to the more efficient burning.
You can check out the product and order it from:
If you have been thinking about addressing your exploding fuel costs problem, maybe you should give the MPG-CAP a try.
If you try Fuel Freedom’s MPG-CAP, post your results as comments to this blog so others can learn about them.
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