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Built for the Road Ahead?

Miles per gallon for a
1908 Ford Model T:
13 city, 21 highway.

Miles per gallon for a
2006 Ford Explorer:
15 city, 21 highway.

(We've come a long way or have we...)

Waste Management Association

1992 Delta 88 Oldsmobile - engine 3800 with 68,400 miles - corporate vehicle. Tested by Tester MPSI #PGA 9000, increased MPG 19.79% and reduced emissions substantially. (see attached comments by Mr Edward M. Cornell, Jr - President)

Better Roads Magazine (Publishers Personal Car)

Installed stabilizer on my 1990 automobile with 40,000 miles with the following immediate results

  HC CO CO2 O2 Miles/Gal
Hwy City
Before 248 1.33 10.1 5.52 16 14/15
After 58 0.00 11.4 5.10 22 15/16
% -77% -100% +13% -8% +38% +7%

Company Car (The Energy Group)

Had Hydrocarbons of 12, after installation had "O" Hydrocarbons, Increased MPG 22% with a payback of 1.6 years and have switched unit from leased vehicle to leased vehicle since 1996.

Car #1: Sept/1996 419 miles @ 13.2 gallons = 32.2 MPG
Car #2: July/1999 Longwood Gardens (Pa/Del Border) 376 miles
@ 8 gallons = 47 MPG
Car #3: June/2000 Dedham Mass 39,478-39,018 460 @ 10 gallons = 46 MPG
Car #4: Oct/2005 (Etters, Pa - Rts 78-81-83) 37,238 - 37,060
@ 4.321 Gals = 41.2 MPG
(My tailpipe at 37,238 miles is as gray inside & outside as a new car in a showroom)

Car #5: Mercury Milan 24/City, 32/Highway (EPA estimates posted)
Mfgs Fuel Tanks Gallons 17.5
Installed Fuel Device Wed/May 31, 2006
   = 570 miles on car
Fill Tank Up Sunday/June 4, 2006
   = 715.7 Miles @ fill up
Miles driven 145.7
Gallons Used 4.83
MPG w/Device 30.02
MPG Per EPA est. 24
MPG Increase with Fuel Device 25%
(80% City Driving
+ 20% Highway Driving)

Car #7: 2012 Toyota Camry LE - (7th leased vehicle, unit now 19th year)

Photo A: MPG as of Super Bowl Sunday (2013) with 5 people in car, Highway driving = 49.6 MPG (from car's computer - Witnessed by 4 passengers)

Photo B: MPG week after Super Bowl with just 1 person driving in Car, Highway driving = 52.5 MPG (from car's computer)

Company Car (Insurance Company VP - LI, NY)

1998 Cadillac Seville (SLS - V8 Engine), Mileage 109,000 +...
Switched from Premium Grade fuel to now Regular Grade fuel at Octane 87... (an additional savings)

  Baseline 2000 RPM     Jan 4, 2006 @ 4:53 pm
  2000 RPM   idle Diff % % % Readings    
  (before) July 2005 (after) Nov 2005   895 RPM Diff % % %
HC 356   168 -188 -52.8% 17 339 -95.2%
CO2 13.8 (burn
14.3 0.5 3.6% 14.6 -0.8 5.8%
NO ppm 67   50 -17 -25.4% 0 67 -100.0%
CO % 0.55   0.14 -0.41 -74.5% 0.01 0.54 -98.2%
O2 % 1.4   0.87 -0.53 -37.9% 0.4 1 -71.4%

First test:
* After installation, filled tank with "regular" gas versus previous usage of HIGH TEST gas only... mechanic took vehicle for test drive and noticed pick up was quicker and "not" any pinging from going from high test gas to regular gas, so additional savings from Premimum to Regular grade immediately...

Second test:
* Mechanic stated the emissions reading now is that of a new car and not one with 100,000 + miles.

(May 8, 2007)
"By local I mean Long Island. The traffic here is not nearly as bad as NYC. The car now has over 135,000 miles on it and is running really well.
My friends have much newer Mercedes Benz cars with V8 power and are always surprised by and power and pep of my old caddy.

Also, during mostly city driving, received an increase of approximately 11% more in MPG.
Update / July 2012
"From the cars computer system, it states I am getting 37.5 MPG, with well over 120,000 miles. That's unheard with my type of vehicle".

Dean Gulick (7D) Flemington NASCAR - Racing Team (500 HP)

NJ Standards = Hydrocarbons below 220 PPM and Carbon Monoxide below 1.2%... Emissions test conducted by NJ DOT (June 1996) resulted in readings of 50 PPM (-77.3%) hydrocarbons and .45%
(-63%) carbon monoxide... "During 1995 racing season we have won 3 races and finished 2nd in total points for the year. Its important to mention, 2 of the 3 races were won after the stabilizer was installed on the car. The car's acceleration has increased on starts and a noticeable increase in power has been realized during the course of the race. This newly found power has been demonstrated on the video tapes of our wins at Flemington Speedway". "Also, several other changes were realized: engines exhaust fumes were reduced, (prior to installation, we had experienced burning eyes, noses and throat sensations) and disappeared after the stabilizer was installed. Fuel consumption appears to have been reduced by apprx. 10%", (use 110 high octane fuel).

Water Co

"Autos have increased gas mileage up to 29%."

2004 Cadillac SRX (SUV) - June 2006 - 20% averaged savings

Dr George,

Thanks for the follow up.

I had the fuel device installed just after Christmas '05 on my 2004 Cadillac SRX (SUV) at approximately 82k miles. My mechanic would not install it on the fuel line going into the engine, but instead for safety reasons chose to install it on the fuel line coming from the fuel tank and mounted it along the chassis. Prior to the installation, I was getting anywhere from 13-15 mpg in the city and 18-20 mpg highway.

Initially, I notice no change in the performance or the fuel efficiency due to its installation. Currently, I have 104K miles on the vehicle. About 2 months ago, I did start noticing improvements in the fuel mileage and am now consistently getting 15-17 mpg city and 19-23 mpg highway and this range varies with the fuel chemistries.

I was planning and still plan on putting out a letter to you regarding my experience with the Fuel Device (it is positive, not negative). This will happen probably in the Fall when I have a few more miles on the vehicle.

All in all, I have quite satisfied with the device. In fact, my wife will probably be getting a new car in the next 6-9 months and I plan on getting another Fuel Device.

Brad H - Penna.

Dr. George,

The fuel pump for the SRX is in the fuel tank and the filter immediately outside the tank. The fuel device was definitely installed between the pump/filter and motor.

Sure, you can go ahead and use the email. I was going to add the recommendation of "patience" as to any noticeable changes to mileage/performance etc one would be hoping or expecting to see.

From my experience, the Fuel Device is equal to having your own kids as opposed to having nieces/nephews that you only see 1-2x per year. With your own kids, many times you don't notice their growth and development because you see them everyday and the changes are small and gradual.. However, with your nieces/nephews, if it has been a while since your last visit--the change is immediate and noticeable.


Brad H - Penna.

NJ Inspection report

FW: Linda's Volvo
Date: July 25, 2008 9:46 am

Hi Frank,

Tom just sent this to me thought you would like to see this.

Best regards,


From: Tom Bieleki
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2008 9:29 AM
Subject: Linda's Volvo Hi Frank,

SEE ATTACHED NJ Inspection report (July 25, 2008).

NJ Report states - reductions of: NOx @ 89.10%
                                                HC @ 99.20%
                                                CO @ 99%

The stabilizer really works well... had it on since 1996.

Very Best Regards, Tom Bielecki

Installation: Turkey

Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 1:00 PM
To: Dr George
Subject: RE: update

Hello Dr George,

I have been using the device for about two months. My latest estimates show about 18% savings and I think it will improve further along the way.

I have met an interested contact in Ankara. He is interested in the device for his own car but there is a chance that he might promote it around his circles. Let's wait and see.

Take care.
Dr Remzi