How to lower automotive emmissions, increase miles per gallon, increase the automotive life of your automobile
In today's economy, you'll want to know how to perform such service yourself. I'll touch more on this subject later in detail. Before you commit to an automotive tune-up, check to see what kind of automotive engine you have in order to determine the best performing automotive plug. As previously mentioned, I personally used the automotive Bosch plus 4 platinum automotive plugs on both the 1996 GMC Sonoma pickup truck and the 1988 Mazda 323 SE car. The Mazda automobile needed more tune-up maintenance to provide true honest results. I did see the five mpg increase for a short while after installing the automotive plugs. However, additional automotive checkup service was needed to complete the tune-up process that was not finished. When installing and using these plugs be sure to complete the task while the total automotive odometer mileage is under fifty thousand to receive full usage and sight of the result. As to the GMC Sonoma pickup, not only did I see the five mpg increase but also a longer life to the plug as well. The automotive metal conditioner in use would have played an important part to this conclusion as well.
It sickens me to see that most of the answers needed to enhance fuel economy are right in front of everyone
to clearly see and so inexpensive to either build and use on their own vehicles and still no use is going on
to this day!
Some examples of the products that have been tested and proven to increase mileage ten to thirty percent per unit are the following:
Automotive plugs in engine tuning - Bosch +4 platinum or iridium plugs (I personally see five more mpgs when used on high performance engines), not just the automotive industry, but every industry that uses oil lubrication where friction is an energy loss element - X1R, ER, or XMT (these are metal conditioners that have been tested and used more then two decades and average an eighteen percent increase in fuel economy on most small to mid size vehicles), and there are still more to come.
A few automotive products that still have not been brought to market such as the following:
An automotive ozone generator (built small enough and with the same power requirement as the total lights on your vehicle to operate attached to your air intake), should increase mileage somewhere between twenty-five and seventy-five percent or more.
Another fine example how our automotive engineering hasn't efficiently utilized all the working components inside our engines.
The belt system that currently runs the alternator, the water pump for the cooling system, and runs with the engine?
Why hasn't someone applied an automotive plastic manifold with bristol wipers of some material attached to the backsides of the pulleys that turn those belts and take the high static electricity air produced and tested it inside the air intake to any significant mileage results?
One more quick note, I believe the usage of ethanol or any other additive in any fuel system to be an additional contamination of the environment. The public has seen the fuel mileage decrease from it and many other additives. Very few additives ever improve mileage. Food prices are on the rise and the public needs the grains for food more than it needs additives in its fuel system. Repeal ethanol today!
See illustrations and further details to the side and below on what I am suggesting for future enhancements.
I can only lead to what works, I can't make you use it to save yourselves!
The primary goal would be to bring a charge lower than seeing an electrical arc. Arcing is for viewing only, not needed to produce the amount of voltage that is desired for this automotive purpose. The voltage desired may produce a hum to the discharge points along the common element shaft. The entire device would be compact enough for the air intake on the air manifold of your automobile. The amount of voltage desired should compliment the size of the device and thereby should not noticeably drain the automotive vehicle electrical system. The result of the primary goal is to electrically charge the air going into the air intake of your automotive vehicle possibly adding an electron to your oxygen (O2) whereby the result could be (O3) as a result.
As previously mentioned, what if your automotive belt system was configured to create static electricity using a material behind the pulley cylinders at the current manufacturer's setting and was encased in an air capture manifold whereby the automotive manifold had an intake that controlled and fed the air flow through and around the belt system while the pulleys with wipers were spinning and fed the air straight into your air intake for fuel combustion purposes. What would be the true results? You should see higher charged air particles and higher fuel mpg results.
I have personally spent both hundreds of dollars and hundreds of hours testing and applying lubrication additives and oils to compare results in both performance and friction testing. XMT is by far the best brand to date that I have tested and found. It has reduced maintenance costs on average by fifty percent. Fuel mileage increase on average of eighteen percent. The cost of product initially for the entire vehicle just thirty dollars. The product manufacturer has provided a food safe certificate and is environmentally friendly (biodegradable). Total emissions reduction is averaged somewhere between twenty-five and sixty percent.
First, it was forced upon we the people without proper representation and a public vote. In my opinion unconstitutionally. If it proves to have done more harm than good who is going to pay for the cleanup? Someone needs to teach the 'if it isn't broke why are you fixing it' lesson of life to the regulation changers more forcefully. Automotive ethanol should be removed, repealed, and revoked from the automotive industry until proven examination and public observations have been committed. I've seen an automotive mpg reduction of at least eight miles per gallon since the change and when you sum up the total costs in cash alone in fuel expense it is over thirty percent wasted. This loss does not include the maintenance impact of the change.