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Old 01-14-2008, 06:35 AM   #1
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I CAME ACROSS THIS AFTER USING SEARCH "IMPROVED DIESEL MILEAGE" ON GOOGLE. THE INFO IS AVAILABLE AT: WWW.TURBO3000D.COM
THEIR CLAIMS ARE: AT LEAST 10% BETTER MILEAGE, SMOOTHER IDLE, CLEANER ENGINE, ETC.. THEY OFFER A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. COST WILL BE $225 PLUS $30-$70 FOR ENGINE-SPECIFIC ADAPTER. I CALLED THEIR TECHNICIAN AND HE VERIFIED THE ADVERTISED CLAIMS.
WITH FUEL COSTS OF $3-$3.50/GAL, THIS WOULD EQUAL ONE TANK FULL OF INVESTMENT.
Question DOES ANYONE HAVE FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE OR KNOWLEDGE OF THE TURBO 3000D?
I CHECKED SOME TRUCKER'S WEBSITES AND THOSE WHO BOUGHT IT WERE PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS; THOSE WHO HAD NOT BOUGHT WERE SCEPTICAL.
I HAVE A CUMMINS 350 NOW AND PLAN TO BUY 2008 PHAETON 36QSH AND WILL PROBABLY INSTALL ONE ON EITHER.
I HAVE NOT CHECKED WITH CUMMINS ABOUT ANY EFFECT ON THEIR WARRANTY. #####PLEASE COMMENT#####
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Changing the "travel action" of the fuel prior to the injector improved performance?

Kind of reminds me of the "tape a cow magnet on your fuel line for better mpg" thing...

Put me down as way more than skeptical.
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jbpack1, if there was any validity to their claims the internet would be ablaze with the news. And, I would be one of the first inline to buy it.
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Way back, they were called snake oil salesmen.
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