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Old 01-09-2007, 05:42 PM   #1
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Mike, of Brazel's RV asked meto post my early impressions of their UltraPower system which I had installed (minus mufflers0 today - Jan. 9. first let me say that I am not affiliated with Brazel's in any way nor do I know Mike other than through emails. We drove 120 miles to meet the Brazel crew who were on their way to Indio for the FMCA Rally. We met at the Buttonwillow rest stop where they proceeded to install the system in less than an hour. The crew was polite, friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. On the way back home, the difference was obvious to me. More and smoother power, less downshifting on hills and, even though it was just a short jaunt, the mileage was 1 mpg better than it was going. We have a 2007 Winnebago Voyage 33V on a Workhorse W20 chassis. The coach hasonly 5000 miles on it so I expect that the mileage will only get better. Good company, good people, good product.
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Old 01-09-2007, 05:42 PM   #2
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Mike, of Brazel's RV asked meto post my early impressions of their UltraPower system which I had installed (minus mufflers0 today - Jan. 9. first let me say that I am not affiliated with Brazel's in any way nor do I know Mike other than through emails. We drove 120 miles to meet the Brazel crew who were on their way to Indio for the FMCA Rally. We met at the Buttonwillow rest stop where they proceeded to install the system in less than an hour. The crew was polite, friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. On the way back home, the difference was obvious to me. More and smoother power, less downshifting on hills and, even though it was just a short jaunt, the mileage was 1 mpg better than it was going. We have a 2007 Winnebago Voyage 33V on a Workhorse W20 chassis. The coach hasonly 5000 miles on it so I expect that the mileage will only get better. Good company, good people, good product.
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Old 01-12-2007, 08:26 AM   #3
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Craig...

You might want to move this post or re-post it over on the Workhorse Owners Forum which is where most of these types of posts regarding the Workhorse Powered Motorhomes normally go. This is where Mike and most of the others are posting anything related to them anyway.
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Thanks for your posting Craig I already short cut to WH forum.
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Craig, I would like to know what a system like this costs and any further porformance information?
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trapshooter, if you go down to the Workhorse Forum and look for Ultra evaluation thread you will find all the info you need its just below. The cost of program is $695 and most RVers have seen a 1 to 2 gal increase in mileage. With fuel costs as they are should pay of real quick.
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