AUTOMOTIVE

 

FuelAid Systems for Cars, SUVs
and Pick up Trucks

INTRODUCING NEW THIRD GENERATION

FUEL CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY

 

8% TO 35% FUEL SAVINGS

5%-15% INCREASE IN HORSEPOWER

REDUCE EMISSIONS BY 50%-99%
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Easily affordable and installed in about half an hour,
the FuelAid System pays for itself quickly and gives a lifetime of savings.


The New Third Generation gasoline fuel optimizer is the most powerful and effective fuel-saving technology ever designed.


Using combined magneto fluid dynamics based on NASA Ortho-hydrogen science, the FuelAid System is a new breakthrough design in automotive combustion efficiency.


Representing three decades and millions of dollars in worldwide research and development, the FuelAid System is the final design in power and application that treats both the air and fuel. This combined treatment achieves the greatest heat-energy release from the fuel – providing major fuel savings and pollution reduction.


Over 20% Savings – Amazing Chevrolet & Cadillac Results (click here)

HONDA CIVIC 1.350cc gasoline 1992 stabilized on a 30% savings!

 

TOYOTA HILUX 2.500cc diesel 2007 stabilized at 45% savings!

HONDA CIVIC 1991 – Highway driving stabilized at 38% savings, conservative driving stabilized at 58% savings… “Last week I was out of Athens 300kms away. Driving normally fast on my 20 year old Honda civic, the saves increased from 29% to 38%. On my way back I drove very economically and the saves grew to 58%!!!

DODGE CARAVAN: Increased the Mileage 30%

NEW CHEVY AVALANCHE: “Miles to the tank” increased from 380 to 485 – 27.6% Savings!

AUTOMATIC ISUZU 5.2 litre NPR 8 mpg to 11.5 -12 mpg, stabilized at 43-50% Savings!

MANUAL ISUZU 5.2 litre NPR, stabilized at 25% Savings!

 

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SAVINGS PER YEAR TABLE

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Click on the link below to open the PowerPoint presentation explaining the Automotive/Truck Fleets applications, benefits and testimonials.

 

FuelAid Automotive PowerPoint presentation (Click here)