better fuel economy is now a reality!
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Don't believe them. You CAN get better gas mileage...

  • Find out what big oil has been hiding for years...
  • Find out how race car professionals get incredible horsepower and amazing gas mileage, from engines no bigger than yours...

  • Read about a stable technology that powered some European vehicles during the gasoline shortages of WWII...

  • Cover dozens of other tips, tricks, tweaks, eco-mods, and technologies...

So are you ready to find out how YOU can easily get better gas mileage,
by up to 50% or more,
in ANY gas, petrol, or diesel powered vehicle or engine?

How about DOUBLING it????
(Yes, you read that right.)

BTW, I also talk about several technologies where you can generate your own fuel, or completely convert your vehicle OFF of diesel, petrol, or gasoline. And it's easier than you might think...
You have a chance here to save on gas. Are you ready to take it?

If so, then you have come to the right place.

Introducing the ONLY totally comprehensive guide available on the internet today about all the different ways you can get better gas mileage, not just a few, but almost two hundred different ways.

News Flash! Book updated on 11-29-2016... Now also includes even MORE tips, tricks, tweaks, tech, ideas and info!

OK, I REALLY don't want to look or sound like just another scam or high pressure marketing website. So I'm going to try to lay it all on the table for you in as simple and clear way as I can... So please keep reading...

Or if you'd rather, just click the media play button below to hear me talk about this stuff instead of you just reading it.

Dear Friend,

H i. My name is Tim.

I live to tinker. I'm an inventor, ex-teacher, writer, musician, Christian, husband and father, and I love to explore things with my mind and build things with my hands. Science, and working with wounded people, are two of my biggest passions in life, and I currently work part time at a residential youth ranch for at-risk teenagers.

When I was a teacher, I taught high school chemistry, geometry, computer science, and several other miscellaneous subjects for awhile, participated in several international exotic science conventions (exploring things like anti-gravity and the nature of the universe), and even discovered a previously undocumented gravitic interactive effect in the process of electrolysis. In short, I really like science, and I like figuring out how things work.


This was me, in the year 2000, a computer guy. I was the go-to guy where I worked (a contractor at HP). I've moved on since then... I literally was bored crazy there.

In fact, when I was a kid, my mom, instead of drugging me up on ritalin to calm my ever-inquisitive and hyperactive mind, would buy old kitchen appliances instead at the thrift store for me to take apart at home (and thus leave her good stuff alone). I loved taking things apart. And I loved building new things and contraptions out of the pieces and parts of the old stuff (Thank you, Mom. I love you for that). In my grown up years, that meant I also got into building houses, fixing cars, designing and building computers and electronic equipment, building/administering computer networks, and more.

And that now includes finding ways to improve the gas mileage of any vehicle.

Are you ready to read about how you can improve your mileage, immediately?


You see, I got tired of reading and hearing about how so-called "crackpot" inventors were claiming to get huge mileage gains from their vehicles, or about how good gas mileage was in the early days for some gasoline automobiles, and I wondered what had happened to all that old technology (and I talk about some of that too in the book). I read about the old Pogue carburetor that got 50+mpg, that big oil apparently squashed. I read about alternative fuels that got Europe through World War II. I personally talked to people getting 60mpg from normal 8 cylinder engines. I followed every rumour I could about people or technology that promised better fuel economy.

But in the process of my research, I found out, read about, and/or figured out, a LOT of ways to improve gas mileage, in ANY gasoline or diesel engine. And I wrote it all down and tried my best to document/explain them all. This book/guide is already well over 100 pages long, and still growing with every revision (don't worry, buyers get free updates if they want them...).

And since I have a big family to feed and clothe, and the economy wiped out my previous job (know the story?), I decided to try to make a living sharing what I have figured out, to give me time to do the things I love (figure out science stuff, and work with hurting people). You profit from the money you save with my research, I get to work with wounded people and at-risk youth, and my family eats. It's a win-win situation, all the way around, in my book :-).

What I talk about is legitimate, and things that me and hundreds and thousands of other people have done, clear back from the early days of the auto mobile - including various government research branches, the army, garage inventors, mechanics, Detroit, places like that... At last count, I mention almost 200 tips, tricks, mods, tweaks, and technologies (and I go into a lot of detail on many of them) that are all used by people to improve their gas mileage.

But anyway. The problem that got me started was rising gas prices. And like I already mentioned, I went looking for answers. I searched across the web, I read books, I talked to smart people, I experimented on my own and friend's vehicles, and I found answers.

I don't think I'm anybody really that special, just an out of work engineer trying to feed his family (that has 7 adopted kids out of 8) and stretch his gas mileage budget. When you pay almost a thousand dollars a month in gasoline costs alone, you tend to want to find answers. I needed to know how to save on gas, so I started researching it.

In all honesty, I'm also in the process of going back off-grid with my new home and making my family more self-sustainable. I lived off-grid for 4 years once already, and want to do it again. And getting better gas mileage is just one part of that bigger equation that I am going after. So I went looking for answers.

Then I wrote them all down for myself, documented a bunch of it, proved to myself and others that the various things I talk about DO work, and I am now offering to pass along everything I figured out on to you too. It's THE single most comprehensive overall, big picture guide to getting better gas mileage that you can find anywhere on the net today. And I'm offering it to you cheap, right now.

I wrote about LOTS of things to show you how to save money on your gas costs every week.

And again, I'm being honest here, that this is also me trying to feed my family by doing something I love to do (the "get better gas mileage" research part), putting out information that can benefit all of us..



So here's my speal. Please hear me out.

There are literally hundreds of different things people can change in their driving styles, mods and tweaks they can make to their actual vehicles, technologies being developed that they can invest in, or combinations of all of them, to get better fuel economy and improve the average car or truck's fuel efficiency by 15%, 30%, 50% or even 100% (that's doubling it). Incredible, isn't it? I didn't think it was possible at first either. But I've done it - and with multiple vehicles. They also run cleaner, smoother and stronger now too.

And you can do it too.

I didn't just take someone else's word for it. Like I said already, I actually tried a lot of the ideas that are floating around, and wrote about my results along with some of the research I conducted and the answers I found.

Aside from the more easily implemented driving style changes I suggest, some of the easiest actual mechanical improvements I made in as little as ten minutes each.

Here's a list of several of my own personal vehicles that I've modified (and which I mention in the book...):
  • I had a 1975 Ford Fiesta 4-banger for awhile that couldn't pass emissions standards to save my life (I had it tested several different times). After adding some of my basic enhancements to it, it not only got better mileage (about 25% better), but the tweaks also gave me lower emissions, enough to finally pass emmissions testing and be street driveable again. I later sold it to someone who then wrecked it, so no pics, sorry :-(
  • Need better diesel mileage in your truck? You've come to the right place!I have a 1985 5.7L-V8 (350ci) Chevy 3/4 ton carbureted 4WD Scottsdale K10 Pickup truck that was getting 8 or 9 miles to the gallon on all 8 cylinders when I bought it. It was a total junker, with a tired engine (that had been replaced with another now tired engine, matched to a VERY low geared 4-spd manual transmission and rear end - horrible for gas mileage but great for towing). It had so many miles on it that even the speedometer and odometer no longer worked. Unfortunately, soon thereafter, the timing also slipped due to a loose distributor cap assembly, and one of the valves burnt (I can hear it poofing), so it then really only ran on 7 cylinders. Even so, after implementing some of the basic enhancements that I detail in this "little" book, its average mileage jumped back up to between 11mpg and 12mpg (on 7 cylinders). That's roughly a 30% improvement, or almost what www.fueleconomy.gov says it should get brand new, but on SEVEN cylinders! It also runs smoother too, and has more horsepower, even with that one valve burned and leaking badly.
  • I got WAY better mpg with this rig than I ever thought possible.I had a 1989 2.8 liter fuel injected V6 Pontiac Grand Prix that was averaging maybe 27mpg highway when I bought it, with less than 100,000 miles on it. When the tranny finally blew up for the second time and I junked the car, it had over 210,000 miles on it, consistently got up to 35~40 miles per gallon, and had more power than ever (that's almost a 50% improvement!) And no, I did not disable the exhaust emissions controls on it - though that is one possible way to improve the mileage of some vehicles - but also illegal to do in many places. Note: www.fueleconomy.gov says I should only expect 16mpg in the city and 27mpg highway from this vehicle, when new.
  • I found answers to my ecomodding questions, and so can you.I have a 1997 5.7 liter (350 ci) fuel injected V8 4WD GMC Suburban with now over 240,000 miles on it. During the summer of 2008, I drove from Boise, Idaho to Bellingham, WA for a family reunion, around Bellingham, and back, fully loaded with luggage, eight kids, and my wife, traveling at 70+ mph. And due to several mileage improving enhancements, tweaks and ecomods that I made/added (including a hydrogen generator that I talk about in the book), I was getting roughly 19mpg (that's almost a 50% improvement over the 13mpg (or less) that this trip might have otherwise gotten...). Now for this trip lasting about 1500 miles, and gas about $4.00/gallon, I figure that these tips (that I installed/implemented in several hours before we left) saved us about $85 in gasoline just on this one trip alone.

    With tweaks I added in 2010 (also in the book), I soon began to average about 20mpg both on the freeway and just around town here.

    This same vehicle, which averaged 13mpg at one point in its life, was getting well over 20mpg at it's best point (with more tweaks that I added in late 2011), almost double what it was before. And I still haven't put everything into this vehicle that I could or that I mention in the book (and I keep swapping mods in and out as I test them). There's still room for more improvement! Note: www.fueleconomy.gov says I should only expect 11mpg in the city, and 15mpg on the highway (at 65mph or less) for this rig when BRAND NEW. How's that for progress!

    My next goal is to triple my mileage, now that I've broken the DOUBLE barrier...  I'll make sure that any buyer of my ebook that asks for an update gets one as I make progress...
  • This little 4 cylinder had lots more power after I had a chance to try some basic gas mileage engine mods on it.I recently resurrected from the dead (November, 2011) an old 4-cylinder 2.5 liter 1981 automatic Buick Skylark with almost 100,000 miles on it, in order try gas mileage improvement stuff on it. It DID already have its emission controls and smog equipment disabled, so I wanted to do some testing with a rig like this. So I drove it around town for awhile, and then on the freeway. It was a gutless thing, especially at higher speeds (the speedometer only goes up to 85mph, if that tells you anything), but it got surprisingly good mileage for what it was: about 23mpg in the city, and almost 27mpg on the freeway. It's definitely meant to be an around town car. Note: The www.fueleconomy.gov website says it should get about 20mpg city, and 28mpg highway, when NEW...

    Then I started adding tweaks one at a time, and driving it. The first tweak took it to 28mpg highway. The second tweak gave me so much extra power, I took advantage of the power (and drove faster), and the gas mileage stayed at 28mpg until I slowed it back down to the same cruising speed I used before. Then suddenly the gas mileage was up to 30mpg (with cleaner emissions too -even with the emissions stuff still nonfunctional).

    This is over a 10% increase for just two simple engine add-ons that I talk about (among many) in the book, without any specific focus on advanced hypermiling driving style techniques that have made some people famous (things I also talk about in the book). I have a whole list of tweaks, changes and modifications planned for this car, and I do believe I can get it up to double gas mileage as well.


  • I have a white 91 Pontiac Grand Prix (3.1L V6 with over 212,000 miles on it) that was given to me several years ago because it ran like crap, and the owners were tired of sinking money into it. I repaired the actual problem, then drove it for a year before it completely died again. It then sat in my driveway for another 3 years. Then in the spring of 2015, I invested a LOT of time on it, fixed it again, tuned it up, and made it work. It ran better than it had in years, and averaged 22~25 mpg up here in the mountains.

    Then I got ambitious. I planned a 4,200 mile road trip (to a college reunion), and installed a number of ecomods so that I could test them along the way (specifically, water injection, hydrogen injection, ozone injection, and combinations there of). And the car survived. Several tires did not, and I ended up replacing two of them somewhere in Kansas (I live in Idaho), but the car itself, ran wonderful. And I was able document mileage improvements, and/or horsepower improvements, from each. At one point, it looked like I was actually pushing 40 mpg (at 70mph avg). Nice, eh? That's easily double what I was getting when the car was first given to me 7 years ago.


  • And that brings up a side note here. Advanced hypermilers, people who change their driving styles to get better mileage in a significant way, can often double their mileage through driving style changes alone. Although I mention as many of the techniques they use that I could find, much of this ebook still focuses on tweaks and ecomods that you can do to the actual vehicle itself, and on using technology partnered with just basic driving style changes in order to improve or even double your gas mileage.


    So here's a question I get all the time.
    If what you talk about is real, why aren't the car manufacturers already doing it?


    That's a very good question, and one I had to think about a bit before I came up with several plausible answers. It's like this...

    For one, it simply costs more to make cars that are more fuel efficient. That's why the only time we see serious improvements in average car mileage is when Congress mandates it (and car makers ALWAYS seem to find a way to comply, even though they whine about it too). And if people are already programmed to accept the gas mileage that all base model cars get, why waste money getting better than people's expectations? That's just good business sense, to give people what they expect as cheaply as possible. It also means that YOU end up getting the short end of the stick when it comes to gas mileage.

    It's also like the inkjet printer business, or the smart phone sales model. HP and Samsung build and sell their products (inkjet printers and smart phones) at cost (or even below cost) because they know they will make their profit on aftermarket ink cartridge sales, and long term cell service contracts. Likewise with cars and gasoline. Share holders in big oil and the car manufacturing business make their biggest money on gasoline and repeat sales (because most cars wear out so quickly now days-built cheap), not in actual one-time car sales. They don't WANT to build cars that get great mileage and last forever. They intentionally build and sell cheap cars that get the minimum required mileage possible, so they can sell you another (cheap) car in a couple of years, and sell you lots of gasoline and repair parts in the process. That's their business model, plain and simple.

    I can think of several more reasons, but these two are big enough reasons all by themselves to explain why car factories don't build the most fuel efficient vehicles that are possible.

     
    It's the best, most comprehensive, 100+ page ebook detailing tons of ways people are getting better gas mileage than what the car makers tell them to expect, every single dy

    See what other people are saying about this information


     

    Tim, "26 tips to better gas mileage" (the original first edition of this ebook) is possibly the most relevant and practical cost-cutting booklet I've read.

     

    Not only does it provide real working solutions to a HUGE problem (gas prices), but it does so in a way that anybody can use. I recommend this to anyone who wants to save money ... and who doesn't want to do that?"

    Timothy S. (Phoenix, AZ)

     
     
    Remember, it's your money we're talking about here. Are you going to keep throwing it away everytime you gas up? Save money NOW!

    Anyone Can Take this information and make it work for them


     

    Tim, Wow! It's about time someone came out with something in the $10 price range that actually delivers!

     

    This is the kind of quality material that you usually find in kits that cost ten times as much. You have done a great job with breaking down the science of gas mileage improvements
    into easy-to-follow steps. Anyone can take this information
    and use it to save money.

    Another satisfied customer (Flint, MI)

     
     
     
    Hypermiling, ecomodding, engine tweaking, it's all here...

    Still not convinced? See what other customers are saying!

    Tim, I got the .pdf file open just fine, and it's looking good! Thanks, I appreciate it very much. :)
    Regards, -Michael B.

    Call me a satisfied customer. :-)
    -Sean O.

    My car went from averaging 36mpg to 40+mpg, using just one of your techniques. Thanks!
    -Mike R.

    I get about 42mpg now, up several from normal, using one of your suggestions. Thanks.
    -Mike H.

    Thank you! I do appreciate your quick response!
    -Marcia C.

     

      Here's some of the things I talk about:

    1. - Basic things you can do at home to easily improve your mileage. In fact, over half the tips in the book deal with basic driving tips and/or simple things you can improve.
       
    2. - Technologies requiring a little more work to implement (like with a mechanic's help - they aren't as complicated as you might think though)...
       
    3. - Technologies that are on the bleeding edge of research (and yet maybe still some that YOU can benefit from)...
       
    4. - And don't forget the chapter briefly describing cheap, easy ways to boost your horsepower alone (some of them ridiculously easy), if excellent gas mileage isn't really your goal...
       

    I covered the information using several other guidelines as well, roughly as follows, trying to analyze the problem from every angle possible, to cover all bases:

    1. The driver factor
    2. Things you can do to the fuel
    3. Things you can do to the air going into the engine
    4. Things you can do to the engine and driveline
    5. Things you can do to the areodynamics of the vehicle
    6. Things you can do to the exhaust
    7. And more.

    It comes to over 130 pages of the best gas mileage improving information that you can find ANYWHERE on the net! Yes, you could go out and duplicate a lot of my research, and recompile a lot of the tips, tricks, tweaks, and technologies that I have documented, but isn't your time more valuable than that, when I've already compiled it for you?

    For us, in 2006 alone, with me and my wife driving almost 1000 miles per week in two vehicles, after I incorporated some of what I wrote in this jam packed ebook, with gasoline averaging ONLY $2.50/gallon, I figure I saved us between $1500 and $1800 over the course of the year (in 2007 and 2008 when gas prices were higher, we saved even more than this. Same goes for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.... I've been at this for awhile, and know what I am talking about!

    With gas prices in the US constantly bouncing around between $2 and $4 per gallon (avg $3?), if you're only driving 500 miles per week at 25mpg (in a two car family, this is entirely realistic, if not on the low side), it still costs you over $3,000 a year in gasoline costs alone (not to mention repairs and upkeep). If you could improve you mileage even just by a meager third, AND save yourself a third on repair/maintenance costs, you just saved yourself well over $1,000 for the year (that's equivalent to at least a 50cent per hour raise on a 40hr/wk job - save the money, or get the raise - your choice, but I know how hard raises are to get...).

    So I can't resist asking a pointed question here, and making an observation, just to make my point, that you really need to understand this information and what it can do for you.

    1. How many car, house, or credit card payments would $1000 or $1500 cover for you?

    2. Most people would be happy with the $.50~$1.00 per hour raise that this roughly equates to over the course of the year.

    YOu can work harder, or work smarter. Work more to pay more for your gas, or work smarter and save money on gas, and come out ahead in the end.

    If you're serious about saving money, and putting a little cash back into your pocket, you'll buy the book and check into what it talks about.

    So what am I charging for it?

    $14.95.

    I figure it's worth at least the price of one fast food dinner... I know I put hundreds of hours of time into researching for, and writing, this book, and thousands of dollars (out of my own pocket) in research. $14.95 is tiddlywinks compared to what I put into it, and what you can get out of it.

    (And the price WILL likely be going up soon!)

    And I agree, you COULD go out there and read all the other free tips sites already on the net, but I know of absolutely NO (None, Zero, Zilch, Nada) other resource available ANYWHERE on the net that includes:

    1. Tons of driving style tips (including as many of the good ones from across the net that I could find)
    2. Tons of minor tweaks, engine/vehicle mods, and add-on parts that can boost (some of them significantly) your mileage (and some to avoid).
    3. And discussions of ALL the major technologies (and most of the alternative fuels) both under development or already in production that I have come across that are radical enough to double or even triple your mileage (for reals).

    Like I said before, this IS the single most COMPREHENSIVE book on getting better gas mileage available ANYWHERE on the net today...

    And I'm only charging $14.95 for this ebook, and not giving this ebook away, for 2 more reasons as well.

    1. $14.95 puts the ebook within reach of the vast majority of people. It's not too expensive for even the poorest college student, single mom, tinkerer or starving artist type. And if you ARE one of these types, and $14.95 is STILL too expensive, then email me and tell me what you CAN pay, and why I should give you this ebook at a discount because of some reason. I'm open to listening. I'm all about helping people in real need. Just remember that I also need to feed my own family in the process...
       
    2. And anyone who's not serious enough about getting better gas mileage to invest $14.95 into this ebook isn't going to take the time to use the methods laid out in the material anyway. If it doesn't cost people something, chances are it won't mean anything to them either (that's a pretty well known marketing fact). And if I give it to someone for free, statisticaly speaking, the odds also say that THEY will give it away for free as well, thus robbing me of my own income multiple times over. I can't do that. Sorry. I have to eat too...
       
    So just how many reasons do you need to check out this info? Here's some obvious ones...

    1. Save yourself money on gasoline...
    2. Improve your vehicle's power....
    3. Make your vehicle run smoother...
    4. Make your vehicle last longer...
    5. Lower your maintenance costs...

      --- Need some more reasons to buy? How about these ones... ---

    6. Support grass roots innovation, something that made the free world great...
    7. Put less money into the oil-lined pockets of nations that breed and support terrorists....
    8. Let the mechanical brain in the family prove that the stuff in this book works, and that you can get better gas mileage in any rig, diesel or gas
      How about your friends? Every one knows at least one geek or mechanic-wanna-be in their world that would love this ebook. Get them a gift that says you were thinking about them by getting them something they would enjoy reading and tinkering with.
    9. Lower emissions means cleaner air to breathe.

      If you use less gas, you put less world destroying pollution into the atmosphere. And I'm not talking necessarily about CO2 (plant food). The tips I mention also lower the true smog producing elements of exhaust. All the vehicles that I have tested the emissions on before and after tweaking them, ALL showed improvement in their emissions.

      So if you're serious about doing your part to cut air pollution and lower your so-called carbon footprint, you'll get the book and at least implement some of the driving tips (that cost nothing to implement), to do your part in keeping our air and world clean and decent enough to live in.


    10. Bragging rights? (Be the envy of your friends, when you start getting awesome mileage.)
    11. Sound Intelligent? (Actually talk intelligently about something everyone is curious about...)
    12. Pay lower taxes (by buying less gas, you pay lower gasoline tax...)

    13. What other reasons can you think of?

    So please click the "Buy Now" button below, to get your copy today. If you really need to justify the expense, skip going to McDonald's for dinner once this week or next, and it's paid for.

    Even with just a 10% improvement in your mileage (I mention one ten minute technique that alone gives most people this), you will pay for this booklet in the savings from less than one or two typical tanks of gas.

    Can you really afford not to get this ebook and at least check it out?

    It's our guarantee to you that we are serious about what we sell. We CAN help you save money and improve petrol mileage!

    *** I'll even guarantee that you get something out of the book by letting you know that if you show me what you tried, with pics, and can show me that your mileage didn't improve (keep a log) at all, I will refund your money . But if you don't put out any effort, and just try to con me into giving you your money back without having tried and documented what you did, well then shame on you. May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits. But if you're serious about improving your situation, well then, what are we waiting for? Let's get started! :-)

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    And if you DO buy now, then I want to say thank you. Thank you for believing in yourself. Thank you for being open minded enough to try something new, and for being open to new ideas. And thank you for your patronage. Together, one dollar at a time, one vehicle at a time, and one family at a time, we can turn things around.

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