Guy hands me a professional looking card, and...

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Jun 4, 2006
claims that what it advertises, works. He has no affiliation, as I know the guy. The card advertises an additive that increases fuel efficiency by 10-20%, I cry BS, but what do you guys think? Or have any of you heard of this stuff before? --> Fuel Saver - Fuel Saver
that's crap. in their only 'objective' test, a new efficient 4 banger only got a 2.3% increase in fuel economy and that's probably due to the 96 octane fuel they used.

At $20+sh, is it going to save you more than putting $20 in the tank? not.
Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam...........
I work in the chemical business and this type of fearmongering is becoming common place. Everything from "This will give you more miles per gallon" to every type of "ethanol" cure. For those of you that don't know, Ethanol has been my worst nightmare since it was introduced into gasoline. If you were to leave a glass of it out on a humid day you would see a large amount of water begin to build up in it over time due to alcohol bonding with the moisture and sinking.

Chemical companies know that there is a sucker born every minute and that if they scare you they double their chances to make a buck.

I know...because I am a FEARMONGERER too!:p

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