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How is adding something to the fuel going to change the software/mechanics
that meters the fuel into the engine.
Unless the metering changes no additive can have any effect on the fuel
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But will it change in the right way?
If it makes the burn more efficient then there will be less unburnt fuel so
the lambda sensor will increase the fuel and the engine will burn more fuel.
Maybe thats what the product does.. stops the fuel from burning in the
engine and causes the lambda sensor to reduce the fuel?
dennis@home ( firstname.lastname@example.org) gurgled happily, sounding
much like they were saying :
The lambda doesn't measure unburnt fuel - it measures unburnt oxygen.
Theoretically, a more complete burn could well consume all oxygen from less
fuel, leading to less fuel being injected for the same exhaust result.
Maybe - or maybe it's a pyramid selling scam based around overpriced and
overhyped crap that does nothing very much.
IIRC its a hot wire catalytic sensor.. i.e. it measures how much fuel burns
on contact with it.
It requires oxygen too.
However most engines have an excess of oxygen as they suck in the same
volume of air and have more or less fuel.
If it consumes all the oxygen the sensor isn't going to be able to measure
how much fuel is unburnt.
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