I recently had someone email me that had purchased our 8 day course (we sell as an illustrated booklet for those that are in a hurry to make a decision).
He asked this question: "How does your system "tune"? I plan on purchasing your kit with tuner, but don't understand what I am tuning."
That's a great question. I figured others might have the same one, so this is how I answered it:
The “tuners” we provide, don't directly affect the flow of fuel, we rely on the massive work of the engineers who programmed the engines with specific fuel maps, based on the engines needs, to do that.
All engines with computers (ECM's) use sensors to gather data and send that to the ECM. The ECM then chooses the proper fuel map, based on that information, which is constantly changing. Most "TUNERS" try to inject their own programs to help the engine get more horsepower or economy, but many times the ECM will override their attempts (especially when it comes to gas savings!)
So our tuners bypass the programming entirely, and "hijack" the signal before it gets to the ECM. We actually route the signals coming from the O2 sensors and MAF/MAP sensors, before they reach the car computer (ECM). While it seems “that is not enough”, the sensors are quite sensitive to changes internally in the engine, and just a few millivolts of change affects WHICH fuel map the ECM decides to use, which determines how much fuel to inject. In other words, we are not trying to work against the engineering software of the car, we are simply changing the inputs that determine how much fuel is used. We can adjust the MAF (in most cars) to actually cause the engine to stumble because the fuel is leaned out by the ECM, based on those signals. So while we are only adjusting or tuning the signals by using a voltmeter, we are leveraging the car computer to do the rest of the work.
Does that make sense? Obviously, it is much more complex than that, but essentially, computers are only as smart as the data that is input into them. We make sure they get the right data to lean out the fuel in an unconventional way.
Hope that helps...
Make sure you check out our cutting edge new H2XTRME HHO generators, and check out more info on the tuners as well!
This is probably one of the most asked questions here and around the world right now. People are looking for anyway to cut their gas bill down so they don't have to choose between going to work, or paying their bills. Out here in northern California (east of San Francisco/Bay Area), gas is again over $6.00 a gallon. It costs over $100 for me to fill my Toyota Tundra when it gets below a 1/4 of a tank. I hate it...
That's why I have been working 12 hour days, 6 days a week since April, developing, engineering, prototyping, patenting, and manufacturing a new line of HHO generators. We have crammed a year and a half development into just 6 months, to get an even more efficient, easier to maintain, faster to install hho kit for our customers who desperately need to save money.
Our kits are advertised to save you 20-50%, but in reality, most customers are in the 40-50% range or better. What does 50% increase mean to YOU?
It means that if you normally get 300 miles to a tank of gas, you can now get 450 miles to a tank.
That's as good as or better than a hybrid! And hybrid vehicles cost $8000+ or more above the normal cost of a car. Our kits start at only $600...
Check out the results of some of our customers: HHO kits Mileage results
And, once they are installed, and adjusted, you only have to top off the reservoir from time to time with water (1/2 liter a week or more depending on driving habits).
So after the initial investment into a kit, the only cost you have in going from 300 miles a tank to 450 miles a tank, is a few bucks for distilled water.
That's a win win in my book.
Keep checking back because I will be installing the new H2XTRME into my Toyota Tundra....