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    Has anyone here heard of a product called a "F-T Fuel Booster"?

    They are supposedly guarantee 5% - 15% on fuel consumption by changing the polarity of the fuel ions, causing the ions to repel each other as they pass through. This produces a finer fuel vapor which results in better combustion and fuel savings.

    Does anyone use these?
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    Originally posted by hetrola
    Has anyone here heard of a product called a "F-T Fuel Booster"?

    They are supposedly guarantee 5% - 15% on fuel consumption by changing the polarity of the fuel ions, causing the ions to repel each other as they pass through. This produces a finer fuel vapor which results in better combustion and fuel savings.

    Does anyone use these?

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    A smaller nozzle at higher pressure would accomplish the same thing.
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    If it sounds too good to be true....

    Originally posted by hetrola
    Has anyone here heard of a product called a "F-T Fuel Booster"?

    They are supposedly guarantee 5% - 15% on fuel consumption by changing the polarity of the fuel ions, causing the ions to repel each other as they pass through. This produces a finer fuel vapor which results in better combustion and fuel savings.

    Does anyone use these?
    Then it probably is.
    WHY?

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    does it have magnets?

    same guys sell the talon RMS by any chance?

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    Originally posted by Carnak
    does it have magnets?

    same guys sell the talon RMS by any chance?


    Yes it has magnets, my boss wants me to sell it as an add-on sale.
    I am skeptical as all of you are.
    What is the talon RMS?
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    The talon is a 'refrigerant management system' a supposed super sub-cooler with vortex action. It looks like an accumulator you add to the liquid line. All kinds of claims it works great in Arizona, I think it is snake oil, the video I saw had a liquid line full of bubbles so my thinking was energy savings was due to reduced capacity.

    Same guy pushing that product also had magnetic fuel boosters too.


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    Red face

    To me all this booster looks like is a glorified magnet. I am going to put one on my house and check the results.

    Supposedly you check temp rise. It is supposed to increase heat output within system parameters(enough to make a difference in fuel consumtion, not overheating furnace or causing short-cycling)

    Having said that....still skeptical
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