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Old 04-25-2011, 09:33 PM   #1
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air tabs

Has anyone used or had any experience with these things? I know the aerodynamics can make a world of difference, but I would like to hear from someone who has used them.

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HERE, HERE & HERE are previous threads about them. There are several more. If you do a search on air tabs, you'll find them all.


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It seems like every time gas/fuel prices go up questions on these things start popping up.
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Air tabs, magnets in fuel tanks, magnets on fuel lines, mystical spinning devices in or near the air intake, negatively charged ion particulate diffusers, shiney bright electrical devices, devices that plug into a cigarette lighter. All claim to help fuel mileage and in the end they all fall underneath the same category - Snake Oil.
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