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Increased MPG

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by dgannon69, Feb 27, 2007.

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    I dont buy it. I dont think fuel is magnetic.
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    get a diesel
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    Its a con mate, doesnt do anything at all - as per usual
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    If it worked wouldn't car manufacturers put them in?
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    Higher octan fuel will increase MPG.

    If i use normal esso i get around 300 miles per tank however using shell optmax or what ever its called now, it goes up tp 340.

    same driving
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    yeh cheers guys, i wasn't searching for MPG increasors....

    I was just purely browsing A3 parts and came across them!!

    i can get a good 360-380 out of a full tank using shell optimax :)

    Just not seen this latest con and wondered what the deal was.

    cheers
    Dave
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    Utter tripe. They're also sold for central heating systems ("SAVE £££££££££ ON YOUR HEATING BILL") and have similarly negligible effects.
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