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How To Save Fuel In Your Car?


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galatoryap 
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Hi Guys,
Did you have any experience in how we can save fuel usage in our car except good driving way?
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Replace your air intake with a cold air intake & get a free flowing exhaust system. If you drive a truck, a power programmer will definitely help fuel economy.

Jeff
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galatoryap 
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Using permanent magnet on fuel line and air filter are better. I have good experiment for that case. And I have sold many for magnetic fuel saver in my country.
bdl666 
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Take the bus.
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Proper tire air pressure, proper caster, camber, and toe. Good working shocks. Take any extra weight out of your car. Don't carry around that floor jack and stands if you don't need to. I carry about 400 lbs of system, but that's the price I pay for sound. Tune up that motor too. Plugs and wires do wonders. As VM said above, new air filter will help as well. How old is your ride? If your car has a distributor, a new pick up and ecu box will also help some. Do you have a cargo carrier on the roof? Thats drag. Take any roof racks ( surf board, skis ) off your ride. Good luck  p.s. You could cook you up some mash like we do down south and run that too. lol
Big Dave
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A lot of people dont beleive me when I say this, but I get about 6 to 10 more mpg by using synthetic oil instead of regular oil. Also, I get better mileage in my cutlass (1987 with a carburated engine)by running premium gas. In older carbed engines, premium makes them run better for some reason. But for any car nwer than 90's, there is really no benefit from using premium gas.(unless you have a high performace engine like a vette or other sports car) But then again, the higher price of premium pretty much defeats the purpose of saving gas money.
galatoryap 
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At being time I am still testing fuel saver through mixing fuel with hydrogen with carburetor mixer. And I will let you all know how many percentages of saving of fuel.
In next year I try to make electric generator with water as fuel and refill the water only 1 week per 1 gallon. If I succeed I will let you all know first. In next engine for driving generator I will use some stainless parts.
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Explain how it works...How To Save Fuel In Your Car? -- posted image.
Adrianspeeder
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