Engine Ecology   introducing the "Clean Turbo"

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23 April, 2013
Today we installed our device on a six-wheel drive Isuzu
cargo truck with a non-turbo V10 diesel as you can see below.

The device was installed just after the air cleaner before the split to the intake manifold with the help of the mechanics there, and started up with a cold engine. The result?

From the mechanics: "There's no more black smoke!"

The "Clean Turbo" reduces greenhouse gas emissions again.


21 March, 2013
O
ur most modified car user to date (other than Dan's hot rodded 1973 Datsun 240z) has reported to us the following (please bear with his English as it is his second language):

"Good eve. I'm very satisfied with your device. ... My engine has been running so much power. ... It will very recommendable device. ... Hope will serve lifetime with my car. ... I don't need racing filter anymore. Hehe. ... Feel like turbo charger. Tks again."

His car is a 1996 Honda Civic ESI as you can see here:

The first thing Mocz noticed after his test run was that his engine was running smoother and more stable. He told us that before today he had a problem with a servo that would cause a fluctuation in speed, not just at idle but also at higher speeds and this problem is gone after the installation of our device.

Gotta luv it!  :^)


19 March, 2013
We visited a national organization to demonstrate the "Clean Turbo" in a few of their vehicles. A diesel Toyota Innova and an Isuzu Elf were among the vehicles we installed our device into.

The drivers were very happy with the device after a test drive, so we were allowed to leave the devices in the vehicles to see how they do.

Update:

Today (two weeks later) we talked to the gentleman in charge of their logistics and he was very happy with the results of the Innova and we were told the driver of the Elf was also quite happy, stating that the Elf had more power, ran smoother, had no smoke and consumption was better.

So the gentleman had us install one "Clean Turbo" in a larger Isuzu truck with a V10 non-turbo diesel.


03 December, 2012
F
rancis, an owner of a car repair shop in Paranaque, Philippines was willing to try out a "Clean Turbo" device in his 1996 Toyota Camry. Unlike American Toyotas of this year, this one is carbureted so the device was placed on top of the carburetor and under the air filter.


Francis drove it over the holiday weekend and reported to us yesterday the following:

  • He did not notice an increase in power (but he does not like to use power in driving)
  • Before, Php500 (USD12.20) would last 3-4 days
  • After, Php500 (USD12.20) lasts 5-6 days
  • He usually drives his scooter because his car used too much fuel
  • Now he is happy to drive his car
This is what a "Clean Turbo" can do for your engine.


12 November, 2012
A
nother user verifies that a difference can be felt after the install of our "Clean Turbo" fuel efficiency device.

Anthony T. allowed us to install "Clean Turbos" on his Hyundai Starex turbo-diesel vans and a couple Isuzu Elf diesel 6-wheel delivery trucks -- the installation of which took an average of 5 minutes on each vehicle.



2007? Hyundai Starex without, cold start
2007? Hyundai Starex with, cold start


His comments the day after:

"Good morn Daniel. I noticed my 2 matics [2007? Hyundai Starex vans] can go further w/o stepping on the pedal during bumper to bumper situations..."

And...

"As for the trucks, driver said they experience better pulling power."

This sort of result is only posible if the efficiency of the fuel burn has become notably improved.

Increasing your engine's efficiency is what our "Clean Turbo" does. It reduces your exhaust emissions by more completely burning your fuel -- this increases the power output of your biofuel, diesel, gasoline, LPG and other liquid fueled engines.


26 September, 2012
W
e were fortunate enough to have the Chief of Environment for the City of Muntinlupa allow us to use his test equipment to test a couple of trucks for further proof as to the "Clean Turbo"s effectiveness. The trucks were small delivery trucks, both 6-wheelers and both with Isuzu engines.

I'll let the pictures of the results speak for themselves...

Isuzu Elf smoke test - 40% drop after installation
Isuzu Elf smoke test - 62% drop after installation
Isuzu Elf -- A 40% drop after installation
Isuzu Elf -- 62% drop after installation



29 August, 2012
A
gentleman from a very hilly area of the Philippines who owns seven Jeepneys, a Toyota Vios and a passenger tricycle called us to try out our device.

Jeepney in Olongapo being fitted

After a week of tryouts he wrote back the following results:

"Good morning,
    I do apologize for the late reply. We had a problem with one of our vehicles being involved in a road accident, but thankfully that's behind us now. I must say that your device is extremely effective.

    My [Toyota] Vios has shown about 15 percent power increase with equivalent fuel savings, the same goes for the trike.

    The jeeps are climbing the hilly roads on 4th gear fully loaded they used to climb on 3rd earlier. Some drivers have reported a fuel saving of peso 10 per trip, with an average saving of 75 to 80pesos per day. On flat runs the jeeps are really showing their power, not sure if this is a good thing hahaha...

    Importantly emission wise all the engines are a lot less smoky. we have to registrations next month will revert with the emission test results.

Many thanks again for your visit
With kind regards"

Due to the wide range of vehicles involved, we are also quite happy with the results as they proved again that our "Clean Turbo" will increase the efficiency of any size or type of liquid fueled engine.


19 August, 2012
O
ften we get asked how our device works with new vehicles, so here is some data on the results of what you can expect in a new car:

Vehicle
Time/situation of test
Test result noted
2012 Hyundai Accent being installed
2012 Hyundai Accent
4-cyl diesel

06-19 August, 2011

Owner complained of getting only 15kpl



Owner attested statements:
"I do not have to push the {accelerator} pedal as far to go."

"Consumption increased to 17.5kpl."
2012 Ford Expedition
2012 Ford Expedition
8-cyl gasoline

16 June, 2012

Owner "interested"




Driver attested statements:
"Engine runs smoother."

"Better consumption."
2012 Isuzu Altera turbo-diesel
2012 Isuzu Altera
4-cyl turbo-diesel

June, 2012

Owner tested 0-100kpm when new, 10 seconds.

Owner attested consumption, 7.8kpl



Owner tested 0-100kpm with device, 8 seconds.

Owner attested consumption after 1 week with our device, 14.2kpl
2010 HOnda Civic
2010 Honda Civic
4-cyl gasoline

June, 2010

Car running fine, owner had device in previous vehicle.



Acceleration increased markedly, owner using full throttle constantly with no drop in consumption.

2010 GMC Jimmy

2010 GMC Jimmy
6-cylinder gasoline

August, 2010
(rental vehicle)

Hottest day in LA that year, driver drove 30 minutes to my shop for install.
Driver drove from LA to San Diego (a 2 hour drive) in 3.5 hours due to traffic then back to LA.





Temperature stayed 8.9% below initial drive temp through Los Angeles and on the way to and back from San Diego in very heavy traffic on a very hot day.


12 August, 2012
One question that comes up often is of course:

"If it works, why don't the car/truck manufacturers use it?"

There is a simple answer for that -- They do. General Motors, Daihatsu and Subaru have all used the basic technology of our device on one or more engines. However, not as simply nor as efficiently as our "Clean Turbo" and none can be retro-fitted to existing engines.

Examples of the older technology in use are:

  • GM/Chevy: 
  • Daihatsu:
  • Subaru:
    • http://www.bazerji.com/subaru/sgws/tec_boxer.html
    • "At low engine speeds, lift in the left and right valves is alternated to generate a swirling flow (transverse vortex), resulting in efficient combustion even with minimal air and fuel use. A high valve lift is used for both valves at high engine speeds to generate a tumble flow (longitudinal vortex) for a greater amount of intake air. The result is outstanding fuel efficiency and large amounts of usable torque."
So, yes, the technology has been used by OEMs.

But we are better at it due to a simpler application that can be applied to any liquid fueled internal combustion engine as a simple retrofit, meaning that ours can be installed in any engine of any age.


17 July, 2012
W
e had some great fun with some large (10-14 wheel) trucks recently.

For example, this one is a 10-wheeler Isuzu "wing-van" with a V-10 diesel engine. This is one of 15 similar units we did, all of which smoked less immediately according to the company mechanic.

Isuzu V10 diesel after install

And this big guy is a Hino 14-wheeler with a V-12 twin-turbo diesel engine.

Fuso V12 twin-turbo diesel

Many of the installations were assisted by the company mechanic, who was very enthusiastic about the device after he saw the results of a couple installations, and we greatly appreciate his help!


12 June, 2012
H
appy Philippine Independence Day!

We have had many happy users report good results in using the "Clean Turbo" recently, and I wanted to pass these on to you. So here you are in table format what users told us they are experiencing using the "Clean Turbo":

Model
# Cylinders
Fuel type
Diesel/Gasoline
Kilometers per liter
Smoke Opacity
2009 Toyota Innova
4-cyl turbo

Diesel


Opacity test = 0.30
2011 Ford Expedition
V-8

Gasoline
"less consumption"
~
"smoother"

1995 Honda CR-V

Gasoline
From 7 before to 10 kpl after



2011 Isuzu Altera
4-cyl turbo



Diesel
7.8 before to 14.2 kpl after
---
0-100kph test down from 10  seconds before to 8 seconds after

2005 Nissan Frontier 4-cyl

Diesel

Opacity test before: 1.15 after: 0.20
Isuzu 10-wheeler wing vans
V-10

Diesel

"better performance"
Obviously less  smoke after installation
2002 Isuzu Crosswind 4-cyl turbo
Diesel

No more smoke, a lot before
2010 Toyota Innova
4-cyl turbo

Diesel

8.5 before to 13/15 kpl after


Note that this is only a grouping of comments from a batch of the recent users.


01 June, 2012
W
e just installed our device in a 2002 Honda Fit/Jazz with only 60,000 kilometers on it:

Honda Jazz
Honda Jazz after installation


The owner was shocked at how he could not hear the engine after the installation and also at how smooth the engine was.

Then he drove it and was REALLY shocked at the extra power. He said that before he had to push the pedal farther to accelerate, but now he is only just barely pushing it down.


31 May, 2012
G
reat fun today installing in a number of vehicles including a 1991 Chevy Corvette with an L28 engine:

1990 Chevy Corvette
1990 Chevy Corvette during installation
You can see the hose off the intake manifold here.
Installing with Christian answering questions.


After we installed our device, the owner mentioned that he had a backfire problem as he was revving the engine - without it backfiring.  His mechanic mentioned that he probably has a leak in the exhaust that is causing it, and I tend to agree. But it should be noted that there was only one backfire as he was revving the engine hard.

The reason there were less backfires is that our device is burning the fuel more efficiently, so there is less wasted fuel entering the exhaust system to be burnt.

We also did a Mitsubishi Eclipse... ...and a Nissan Patrol among others
a hot-roded Mitsubishi Eclipse
Nissan Patrol during installation



18 May, 2012
W
e had the pleasure to revisit a location where we installed our "Clean Turbo" in a few delivery trucks about 5 months ago with the previous manager of the site.  He had told us that he called his past drivers previously and they had reported to him that their trucks always pass the "smoke belch" (or opacity) tests now.

I was also happy to be back there to take a picture of a very interesting driveway...

This particular driveway goes down 3 stories in a very short length. This can be seen in the following two pictures:

First part of steep 'test' driveway
Second part of steep 'test' driveway
This is the view from the top. The view from just behind the car in the left picture.


As you can see, it's a steep driveway.

When we installed our device in their first trucks, we used this driveway as a test. The drivers were happy to be able to stop at the bottom of the hill and simply motor up it without having to rev the engine and get a running start as they did before the installations.

When your engine is running efficiently, there is more power available to do the work it needs to do, and the "Clean Turbo" makes your engine run much more efficiently than it does without it.


15 May, 2012
F
ANTASTIC DIESEL OPACITY (or "smoke belch") SMOG TEST!

A 2001 Nissan Frontier owner wanted to see if our device really works and he had to get a "smoke belch" (or opacity) test done in the City of Makati. He asked us to come along so he could see a result without our device and one with it installed.

An "opacity" test simply tests for the amount of (or percentage of) smoke particles in the air of the exhaust.

We were happy to be there for this test of course, and we went along with him to the test station.

The first test was quick since there was no waiting line. The test unit was warmed up and then inserted into the exhaust pipe.  Six accelerations are done, and the average reading of the six tests are the final reported figure.

Test one results you can see here -- Click on the test result picture to be able to read the results.

Smoke belch test unit showing 1.25 opacity
Final result of first diesel opacity test - 1.15
Diesel exhaust opacity test unit reading 1.25
Final result of first diesel opacity test -- 1.15


At this point we installed our "Clean Turbo" (c) device (which took 3 minutes to complete) and another test was done.

You can see the test two results here -- Click on the test result picture to be able to read the results.

Smoke belch test unit showing 0.24 opacity
Final result of second diesel opacity test - 0.20
Diesel exhaust opacity test unit reading 0.24
Final result of second diesel opacity test -- 0.20


The result of test two of the "smoke belch" (or opacity) smog test is only 17% of the "smoke belch" (or opacity) smog test one!!

Does the "Clean Turbo" (c) reduce diesel exhaust smoke levels?

YES!!!


22 March, 2012
W
e had another fun installation today.  This one involved a Philippine Supreme Court Marshal and his 2005 Mitsubishi L300 mini-van.

After the installation he started the van and immediately noticed a lack of smoke from the exhaust. He was so happy with that result that he did not feel the need for a test drive.

After the installation I was curious about how his van's power felt so I got his number and texted him my question on this. His answer was:

  • "It turned into a sports car already my friend."
This is why I love this device!


14 March, 2012
I
want to pass on to you our success tonight night with a couple more PNP (Philippine National Police) officers.

Below is the sergeant who was the first to have installed our "Clean Turbo" device approximately seven months ago. At that time he mentioned that he noticed a definite increase in power and smoothness of the engine.

He recently lost his device when a mechanic broke the device while doing some repair work on his motorcycle after the intake manifold broke. (To be fair, most mechanics would not expect it to be there.) The sergeant stated to me that after the repairs were completed his motorcycle had less power and it consumed more fuel that it did when our device was still installed. This was the reason for his call.

We installed a new device and he is now very happy again with the increased power.

PNP Officer on his motorocycle with a Clean Turbo installed


He also had called us there to install our device in another sergeant 's motorcycle, and after the installation all the PNP officers had to go off to the City Hall for muster. When they returned the installer asked that sergeant how he liked it as he came into the building and he was all smiles with a thumbs up and another officer stated that he used to be the slowest of the group - but not any more!

Now that sergeant wants the device installed on all five of his private motorcycles!  I love it!


13 March, 2012
W
e continue to halt diesel smoke from SUVs here simply with the installation of the "Clean Turbo" device. Every diesel stops smoking completely or to a large degree once this device is installed. We are making the air cleaner for YOU!  And we are making the vehicle easier/more fun to drive...


24 February, 2012
A
nother installation of note today happened at the Philippine DOST (Department of Science and Technology) complex in Taguig City. The mechanic for the complex had us install a unit into his "owner jeep" today.

After the installation he stated that he could feel that it was more powerful simply by revving the engine, and he was very pleased at the reduced smoke that his vehicle was putting out as compared to before our "Clean Turbo" (c) was installed.

Here he is driving off, another happy user:

DOST Paranaque mechanic driving off with his 'owner jeep' after install of a Clean Turbo


21 February, 2012
W
e had a notable installation today in that the owner of the vehicle below told us the following story:

Isuzu Crosswind after install of a Clean Turbo

He had recently stopped at a motel with a garage, and by the time the motel employee closed the garage door for him, the garage had already filled with smoke from his SUV and he was very embarrassed.

Now after the installation of the "Clean Turbo" (c) and the almost complete lack of smoke, he says he will not be shy to stop at that motel again.

From inefficient to efficient.  I love it!  :^)


20 December, 2011
O
n another subject altogether is a mention of the safety factor that our "Clean Turbo" gives a young father of three bouncing boys.  R.D. of Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines wrote me the following email:

""I wanted to comment and give you some feedback on something that might not immediately be looked at, but to me was important, especially with a young family...and that's THE SAFETY FACTOR of having a Clean Turbo installed. Being able to get out of the path of potential danger in traffic.

On foot, you (or I do anyway) always feel like I can get out of harm's way pretty well if something is coming at me. Same scene with previous cars I've owned.

Now driving this minivan and the diesel, (types of cars I haven't had familiarity with or owned until recently,) I found this wasn't always the case, as it would have that...what I would call a 'hump' to get over before the acceleration would kick in.

After the install, there really isn't the skip or hump anymore...that pause before it gets it's second wind! It's still not a Jeep Cherokee or an Explorer (prior cars), but it's definitely more consistent and I realized it gives me more peace of mind that if push comes to shove, I'm less likely to be stuck there like a sitting duck.

I hope this helps give perspective on one of the perhaps overlooked benefits of the greater punch and power of your Clean Turbo device."

Why would the "Clean Turbo" increase the performance enough to elicit this type of response?  Simply that our "Clean Turbo" makes the engine burn its fuel more efficiently.  More efficiency equals more power as well as lessened emissions.

Thanks R.D.!  We are glad to make your driving experience more comfortable for you!


04 October, 2011
O
FFICIAL SMOKE TEST RESULTS!

The Environmental Chief for the City of Muntinlupa, Mr. Jet Pabliano, had his men perform a 'smoke test' using a city vehicle and our device. Of course it was a great success!

The city vehicle used was the truck pictured below.  An Isuzu 4-cylinder non-turbo diesel pickup.  You can see the smoke test equipment on the table in front of the truck and it's cable running back to the tailpipe.  It is a simple smoke test device, using a light emitter and a receiver to measure the density of the smoke particles in the exhaust that block the light from reaching the receiver.

City of Muntinlupa Isuzu 4-cylinder diesel test truck


The way the test was run is that six hard accelerations were done, and measurements of the exhaust smoke were taken of each acceleration, then a numerical result of the amount of smoke in the exhaust was calculated for each one. The six results are recorded and then averaged out by the smoke test equipment.

Mr. Pabliano told me that this trucks engine is well maintained and that the exhaust was just cleaned.  He stated that the truck had never before registered below a rating of 2.00 -- he also mentioned that with this smoke test equipment a result of 2.50 was a failing result.

The first six tests were run without our device installed, and the truck did indeed rank fairly high in it's smoke output -- 2.35. Close to failure -- and remember, this a clean and maintained engine and exhaust.

After this result, our device was installed, and six minutes after the first test, six more hard accelerations were performed.

The result was that the average of the last six tests measured 1.54 -- well below failure and well below any past smoke test result with this truck!  Needless to say, Mr. Pabliano and his men were impressed...

You can see the test results in the picture below.  You can also click on it to get a larger (more readable) version.

City of Muntinlupa Isuzu 4-cylinder diesel test truck test before and after


Very nice results for a device that costs less than P1,500 (USD38.00) and will never wear out!


02 September, 2011
H
ere is another one similar to the 31 August, 2001 item:

One of the firemen who is a driver of truck #146 (which is mentioned in the 13 August, 2011 item below) has a motorcycle that he put together from 3 motorcycles.  The motor and frame started life as a 100cc Honda Wave, and one of the items added on was a carburetor from a 125cc motorcycle.

This made his bike run too rich and he had to clean his spark plug every three days or it would foul on him.

He had me put one of my devices on his motorcycle and he just told me that it has now been 3 weeks since he has had to clean his spark plug!


31 August, 2011
Today I had some great news!  I just upgraded the device that was originally installed in Freddy's multicab about 3 1/2 to 4 months ago.  Here is a picture of his multicab:

Freddy's Suzuki MultiCab test unit

His spark plugs are featured on the DoesItWork page in the third paragraph. Freddy is also the past president of the Filinvest multicab drivers association.

When we went for the test drive he told me that previous to the original installation, he would go through a set of spark plugs every two weeks.  At a two week time period, his cab would start stalling and when he pulled his spark plugs out, they were always wet.

But with my device, he cleaned his spark plugs after three months of use and they are still fine -- a light brown he said.  He also stated that he had just changed his spark plugs yesterday, which is about four months after the installation of my device.

Back on the test drive, he definitely noticed more power with the new design and was very happy with it.  Isn't life fun when your device works?  :^)


26 August, 2011
Today was a very good day!  I took my device to the City Hall of the City of Muntinlupa for an impromptu test by the City of Muntinlupa's Environmental Officer, Mr. Jet Pabilonia.  We went a short distance to his testing center, where vehicles that are picked up for "smoke belching" are brought for testing.

He pointed out a city vehicle that we would use as the test vehicle, which is the one pictured below.

City of Muntinlupa Isuzu 4-cylinder diesel running test truck

The device was installed within 5 minutes, then the driver and I went for a test drive.

As soon as he pulled into the main street I saw his eyes pop open, and after he attained his speed, he said two words: "It works!"  Then he was accelerating on and off down the street to make sure he was correct, and when I asked he again stated "It works!"

When we arrived back in the shop, the driver began excitedly talking with Mr. Pabilonia and the other fellows in Tagalog, and Mr. Pabilonia's look was that of being impressed.  When I asked what the driver had said, Mr. Pabilonia stated "It works!" with a happy smile.


22 August, 2011
This was too good of a twist not to post!  (And too fun to!)

A friend had me install a unit on his 50cc scooter -- yup, you heard that right.  A 50cc scooter.  It is a Chinese make, and he was laughing about that fact when I noticed things like missing screws -- he stated that is why it is cheaper...

I have to admit however, it is a very cute scooter as you can see here:

Chinese 50cc scooter after installation

So, I installed my device and set him away on a test ride.  I sat around talking to the guys at the shop until he came back.

I walked up to where he was heading to park, and waited for him to say something.  He did...

"I need better brakes."

I had to shake my head a couple times, but I asked him to elaborate instead. He told me that before the installation, when he accelerated, the bike sounded louder, and maybe after a 1/4 mile might actually have accelerated some.  Now when he accelerates, the bike actually goes -- but now the problem is that he has to get better brakes.

That was just too good not to share.  Enjoy!!!


13 August, 2011
The chief mechanic for the Muntinlupa Fire Department allowed me to install our device in his private Jeepney. I had to remove his old-style "vortex" to install the device.  He had been keeping good track of his fuel usage, and had just rebuilt his Isuzu diesel engine 2 months before.  (He is the mechanic after all...)

City of Muntinlupa Fire Dept mechanic's private jeepney after install


After one week of trial, he told me that his motor has more power, without using more fuel than before so he likes it and approved it for testing on a Fire Department truck.  The station Major approved the test and we installed on this little guy here:

City of Muntinlupa Fire Dept Isuzu diesel test firetruck - front  City of Muntinlupa Fire Dept Isuzu diesel test firetruck - engine bay


I did the installation 3 days ago and it turned out to be as simple as most other vehicles in that the intake was the same 3" diameter and once the cab was lifted was simple to reach and install.  Here is a picture facing down next to the air cleaner which is the round piece just past the red box with the 146E on the side with a red circle showing where our device is installed:

City of Muntinlupa Fire Dept Isuzu diesel test firetruck intake manifold


When the driver of this truck went for his first test-drive, he took off so fast that he attracted the attention of all the firefighters, and when he came back he demanded that the other day-shift driver try it as well. When they returned they were talking with the other firemen for quite a while, and all very excitedly.

I just talked with the 2nd driver today since he wants a device for his motorcycle, and he told me that they had to go out for a fire at 4am this morning, and when he described the drive he had a BIG smile on his face.

Man!  I love my job!


24 July, 2011
Not intending to brag for bragging's sake, but the latest design of our device has proven to be again more effective than the previous one.  While this is a good thing indeed, it is also interesting when we do an installation and we remove the previous device (here in the Philippines this is usually a "vortex" which is a 1970s design) and hear the resulting comments from the driver of the vehicle, because the driver invariably states that our device works better than the previous one that was installed.

From these results I know I now have the ultimate formula for effectiveness for various engine types, so I am currently in the process of looking for a manufacturer to make a final product.


19 June, 2011
To date, we have installed our device on numerous turbo-diesel vehicles, and every single one of the drivers has reported a phenomenal increase in acceleration, so we are getting the diesel fuel to burn more cleanly on these engines as well as the normally aspirated engines.

Also of note is that on the older diesel engines on vehicles such as those used on the Philippine 'Jeepney', we are getting an increase in consumption of 10-15%.  Here are a few drivers with their results:

Matias' jeepney after installation
Rico's jeepney after installation
Noli's jeepney after installation
Matias:  “The smoke is much less!  I don't have to push the pedal as far for speed, and I'm saving about 10% on fuel.”
Rico: Retired Philippine Air Force helicopter engine mechanic:  “I'm saving P50 per day on fuel and no smoke.”
Noli:  “Running much better with no smoke and I am saving P50 per day on fuel.”



07 May, 2011
Today we installed demos on 2 motorcycles and 8 tricycles.  All of the tricycles were the 2-stroke variety known as "smoke belchers".

After the installation, each rider did a test ride to make sure everything was working ok, and every single rider stated that he noticed more power upon his return.

What I noticed was that the 2-stroke tricycles emitted very little smoke.  Note that I had no idea of their smoke output before the installation, only what I saw after.  And the most I saw was a small amount of smoke coming out approximately 1.5 feet from the exhaust pipe on a couple of the tricycles.  This is VERY good...


28 April, 2011
Today we did our first tricycle installations.  These are not much different than motorcycle installations, but one in particular was a milestone for us -- it was a two-stroke tricycle.

The four-stroke tricycle below was a bit of a show-stopper as well.  The reason is that the four-stroke tricycle was the first install that was done, so when he returned after his first fare after the installation, all eyes were upon him.  As he pulled in he had a thumbs-up, a big smile and one word: "Excellent!"  One of the other drivers asked "Excellent?" and George repeated "Excellent!"  The crowd seemed to get a bit bigger right about then...

George's Kawasaki 125cc tricycle
George's Kawasaki 125cc tricycle engine


The reason that the two-stroke tricycle installation is important is that two-stroke tricycles are known the world over as old, dirty, pollution machines and are named "smoke belchers" here in the Philippines.  This two-stroke tricycle was no different.  It is a 1988 Yamaha 100cc motorcycle with a steel-frame sidecar bolted onto it.  Here it is just after the installation, and in the second pictures above and below you can see where we installed our device.

Rodel's 1998 Yamaha 100cc tricycle
Rodel's 1998 Yamaha 100cc tricycle engine


The reason we put on a really good show for the other drivers that came around to watch when Rodel fired up his two-stroke tricycle, is because it didn't smoke as he revved it!


24 April, 2011
The owner of one of the Jeepneys that had us install a device into liked it so much that he asked us to install in his Mitsubishi L300 Diesel van and his turbo-diesel car as well.

In doing the installation in three Nissan 4-cylinder diesel vans, we ended up replacing another "vortex" (as the only name I have for them.) I took a shot of it after removal, and you can see that below:

Older style Vortex showing why they choke an engine

The driver of that van noticed an immediate improvement over the performance and power with the "vortex" replaced by our device.  The 1970s design that is so popular with our competition just doesn't cut it on modern cars.


10 April, 2011
Another new type of vehicle install:

Last weekend, an install of our device was done on a "MultiCab" which is a very small van built by Suzuki around 2005 with (my best guess) a 3-cylinder 660cc engine and used to transport people in a limited area.  The owner wanted to run the device for a week to determine if he should recommend it to his other MultiCab drivers.

Here are a few pictures of his cab.  The rear open for access to the engine bay which is under the floor, the engine with circle showing where our device is installed and the cab from the front 15 minutes later, ready to go.
Suzuki MultiCab engine area Suzuki MultiCab engine - 600cc Suzuki MultiCab front

UPDATE:  At the end of the week, the owner told me that he noticed a definite improvement in the power of the engine and he stated he will invite me to the next meeting of his drivers so that we can promote our device to them.

He also removed a couple of the spark plugs to see if the engine was indeed getting cleaned out, take a look at our "Does it Work" page to see photos.


09 April, 2011
The first install on a 22-passenger Jeepney (the main form of local transportation here in the Philippines) was done today, and the owner immediately noticed a drop in smoke levels. 

He was in a queue to load up passengers, so we could not go for a test drive, but he was very, very happy with the results with the Jeepney just sitting there and his son revving the engine while he looked at the exhaust.  So happy in fact, that he started telling his friends who had gather around to watch the installation, and they all wanted one also.

The pictures below are of the Jeepney this installation was done on, circle and arrow in the engine show where the installation is done.  Jeepney ready for install, engine bay and all set ready and to go 2 minutes later.

Matias' Jeepney open engine hood Matias' Jeepney engine bay Matias' Jeepney


UPDATE:  The driver reported that after a day driving that he has noticed the power has increased and he has had a small drop in mileage as well.  He also stated that he does not have to push the pedal down as far as he did before to climb hills with a load of passengers.

UPDATE:  The driver reported to me that he is very happy with the device because he has seen a drop in fuel usage, less smoke and he noticed about a 20% power improvement especially when going up a 28% grade with a load of passengers.


07 April, 2011
We did our first practical installation on a commercially used transportation van today.  This is a 1995 Hyundai van with a newly-rebuilt 4-cylinder diesel engine with new piston rings, sleeves and bearings throughout the engine.  The van is used to shuttle 14 passengers on each trip from Alabang to Cavite (Philippines) and back every day.

With the van empty, the owner showed us the smoke the van makes when he accelerates before we started the engine installation, it was considerably more than both he and I felt it should have been. 

He had what he called a "vortex" (not the Vortex Valve) in the intake manifold which was a sleeve with four angled blades and a 1/2" opening in the center.  He pulled that out and we replaced it with our device. 

On the test drive, the owner kept checking the side mirror during acceleration, looking for the smoke as he accelerated. When we stopped, he mentioned that the smoke was indeed reduced and that the van had more power.

Not only is this an improvement over his previous engine performance, it is also an improvement over another competing product of the older 1970s design used throughout the industry at this time.  To date we have replaced, and been told by the owners, that our product outperforms the Hurricane, the Vortex Valve, the above "vortex" and the Cyclone.

This is because the design has gone through 15 years of modification until it is the product that we have today.  And it demonstrably WORKS!

UPDATE:  After a long trip over the weekend, the owner reports that the engine is both stonger and smoother and he is getting an improvement in mileage.


19 March, 2011
We have just completed our first motorcycle installation, and the results were very good!

The motorcycle is a 2010 Kawasaki Fury 125cc bike made for the Asian market. (I am really impressed by these smaller bikes here by the way.)

The owner of the Kawasaki motorcycle stated that he noticed about a 10% increase in power, and that one day, while riding with he and his wife on the bike, a fairly new 150cc bike with a single rider was having trouble keeping up with him.

This is great news because it proves once again that our product can work in any size liquid fuel, internal combustion engine.  We now have phenomenally successful installments in engines ranging from 110cc up to V-10 diesels!

Update:  This fellow likes the product so much he had us put one in his second motorcycle.


15 November, 2010
I returned to the Philippine test site to see what the prior year's test results would be, and was quite pleasantly surprised.

First, you should know that the country of the Philippines, via the government Land Transportation Office (LTO) has been testing diesel emissions for some years now due to the fact that diesel being the cheaper fuel, it is the more popular fuel by a long shot, even for passenger vehicles in the Philippines, and of course, lots of smoke comes with the use of all those diesel engines.

In testing for the last year on some trucks operating in Paranaque City, Philippines from Nov, 2009 to Nov, 2010 we found the following results from the LTO's yearly registration smoke test results which is strictly a measure of how many smoke particles are in the exhaust:

1. A four-wheel closed van – Fuso Canter 4D31 - reduced emissions by 54% – from 2.24 to 1.03.
2. A six-wheel tractor head – Isuzu 10PD1 - reduced emissions by 43% – from 1.07 to 0.60.
3. A six-wheel tractor head – Isuzu 10PE1 - reduced emissions by 70% – from 2.40 to 0.71.
4. A six-wheel tractor head – Isuzu 10PD1 - reduced emissions by 64% – from 1.75 to 0.63.

This is an average reduction of diesel engine emissions by 58%!!!

On top of that, every driver who was asked about any change in the truck after installation, stated that the truck felt 'lighter'. This is due to the fact that the fuel is burning more efficiently, so the engine is producing more power.

Unfortunately the cameraman did not get pictures of all the vehicles, but we have these to show you a few of the trucks that were being tested:

Mitsubishi Canter after installation
  4-wheel delivery van
Isuzu 10PD after installation
Isuzu 10PD 6-wheel tractor
Isuzu 10PE after installation
Isuzu 10PE 6-wheel tractor



26 May, 2010
I went to Florida for about a month, and Jerry, who owns a 2005 V-8 Mustang, asked me to install one of my devices in his car.

What I did not know, until he called and told me the day after, was that he had done a 0-60MPH test the day before, and came up with a time of 8 seconds.  That is, he timed his Mustang going from a dead stop until it reached 60MPH 8 seconds later.

His car looked to be in very good shape, and I assume the engine was as well due to the lack of oil in the engine bay.

When he called me to inform me of his test, and of the 2nd test he had just completed that day, he stated that his 0-60MPH time dropped to an amazing 6 seconds. That is a 25% drop from his original 0-60MPH time of 8 seconds!

He told me that this was the only change in his vehicle, and he also stated that both tests used the same tank of fuel and the same location.

Nice!


14 November, 2009
I've recently returned from setting up a wonderful test of our main product in the country of the Philippines.

A friend of mine found a fellow with a trucking company that runs trucks for a couple of the largest delivery firms in the world, and his own private transfers and has been keeping wonderful records of everything time a wrench was turned on one of his trucks for the last three years.

Because of these records, as well as records of federally mandated emissions testing (which California is not doing yet) we will have concrete numbers on the before and after installation of our units on his trucks ranging from a few small Isuzu diesel delivery vans to a 6-wheel, 26' diesel "wing van" to a few Isuzu tractor-heads running V-10 diesel 10PD and 10PE engines.

I will keep you posted as we get more data.

23 October, 2009
A local Los Angeles moving and storage company Sterling Van Lines was kind enough to try out my device on first one of their 6-wheel, 30' moving trucks, and then all 7 of them after the good results on the first.

They liked the device enough to write a very nice letter which states:

"We have been using your airflow modifiers in our trucks for the last 3 months. All drivers noticed more power and are using less fuel -- significantly.

I must say we are thoroughly impressed and we hope this will help all of us with the coming "carb laws"."

You can read their letter here.


18 October, 2009
I
thought I was hot stuff making a 7-year old car produce almost zero pollution...

One of my customers drives a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis, and just had to do her bi-annual California smog test.

Her 10-year old American 4.6 liter V8 car emits zero pollution on all but one of the gases tested in a California smog test, and only at 15MPH!  (25MPH measured zero!)  These include Hydrocarbons, Carbon Monoxide and Nitrous Oxide.  That freakin' big 10-year old V8 car emits less greenhouse gases than the 7-year old 4-cylinder Honda we tested!!!

You can see the results and download both of the reports on the "Smog Test" page.

09 October, 2009
I installed our modifier on a 1999 Honda Odysey today, and a mechanic happened to have checked it out before and after the installation and on his own stated to me that he noticed a marked improvement in the car's performance after the installation.  Burn more of the fuel, get more power and a cleaner exhaust -- nice package!

24 September, 2009
In August of 2009, LA firefighters from
Sunland-Tujunga, California as well as all over California and surrounding states in the area fought one heck of a fire, fighting hard to keep the fires from destroying homes in the area.

We, having many friends in the area, decided to thank the
Sunland-Tujunga firemen by giving any fireman that wanted one, a free 1-stage Air Flow Modifier for the duration of this month.

This program went off very successfully.  Upon dropping off the flyer stating our offer and some business cards, we were immediately asked to install 2 units.  When we returned later that day to do the installations, we were asked to install a third unit as well.

Within one week were were asked to install another, and when we arrived to do the installation, we ended up installing 2 more free units (we were told the word was getting around from the first firemen that our units are producing good results) plus one more paid unit for one of the firemen's 2nd truck.

We are very happy to help our Sunland-Tujunga firemen because of their working so hard to keep the "Station Fire" from destroying homes in this area.  A heart-felt "THANK YOU!!!" to all of you guys.

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