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    Smile Three things that really works!

    Hi tinkerers,

    I have made three upgrades to our car that I wish to share with you. The fuel economy gain is really good!

    We run a toyota land cruiser fzj105r from 1998. It's a 4.5 liter v6 petrol car with DIS ignition and EFI. It has no o2 sensors or catalytic converter as standard.

    Fuel economy before mods: 2.0 liter fuel/10 kilometers
    Fuel economy after mods:1.41 liter fuel/10 kilometers

    Upgrades:

    1: Mercury Hi-flow exhaust system + ceramic coated headers by Pacemaker. Cost: 1690$
    2: Magnetizer.com heavy duty magnets for V8 engine cost: 365$ i think
    3: Torque Master non-resistor standard plugs by extremespark.com 10.9$/plug

    I had no idea these things would have a such dramatic improvement!
    I use normal spark plug leads with quite low resistance.

    All the best,
    Rikard

    P.s. If you do upgrades that changes the fuel efficiency, you need to do something to trick the ECU to read something else from the O2 sensor if you have one or more of those...Use an EFIE. If you still find the engine doesn't respond well, add a MAP enhancer as well. It's well worth it!

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    A near 30% reduction in fuel consumption is indeed a significant improvement.
    I wonder what the effects of the magnetic treatments themselves contributed to this - lowering exhaust back pressure and improving ignition are well-known, but the magnetic treatments aren't as well described/documented in my explorations...
    I take it they were applied to fuel system, air intake as well as cooling system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by energyrikard View Post
    Hi tinkerers,

    I have made three upgrades to our car that I wish to share with you. The fuel economy gain is really good!
    The snag is that you don't know which of the three made the difference. How much trouble would it be to remove two and test fuel consumption. Then remove the remaining and swap it in turn for each of the other two separately, doing fuel runs in between?

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    exactly!
    I suppose we'll never know, since the poster hasn't signed in for a few years now...

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