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Old 11-04-2011, 10:29 AM
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Meet the developer of this stuff and Airventure this year at there booth, the guy was extremely knowledgeable about aviation fuels, I had purchased a bottle and have been using it in my RV-7 since July....I am not sure how it works but it does work! After the first tank full I ran through, the power increase was very impressive, shortest take off I ever had. definitively burning less fuel and my cruise speeds are running about 8 knots higher.
I called in September when I ordered another bottle and spoke to him personally.
He said they have to limit there information they put out on their website till after it has its patents complete. He seems very honest and I will keep using it!
I'm standing on my table as the BS continues to accumulate...
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Old 11-04-2011, 06:10 PM
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with a high power 20KV Tesla Coil I bought on the internet. Will report results this weekend if I don't go supersonic and the wings fall off.
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