Fuel Efficient Gas Vaporizers - Now on One CD - 920 Gas Saving Vapor Systems - The Largest Collection of Info Ever in One Place
June 12, 2005 -- Vapor Systems Technology Inc. (http://fuelvapors.com) of Spring Valley, California is an R&D company involved in projects that deal with increasing gas mileage and fuel economy through the use of gas saving fuel systems, also known as fuel vaporizers, or vapor fuel systems.
As a result of over 400 hours of research they compiled for use in their own projects, they’ve produced the most incredible collection of information on 900+ fuel-stingy inventions specifically built for increasing gas mileage. There has never been anything like it made available to the public before. Their no-installation-needed CD even includes a dynamite fully functional search engine that reveals all the details, drawings, specifications and comments from their inventors. As company CEO Barbara Allais states: “We are so sure you’ll be satisfied that the CD even comes with a 10-day money-back guarantee if you’re not completely happy with it”!
It’s fairly common knowledge that gasoline introduced into an engine in liquid form by carburetor or fuel injector needs to be changed into a vapor before it will burn. Liquid fuel simply won’t ignite. The heat of the engine partially helps vaporize fuel, but most of the liquid gasoline introduced goes out the exhaust as unburned fuel. That's why it’s currently necessary to have catalytic converters, and other types of emission control devices. There is, however, a much better, more efficient way.
Back in 1932, Charles Nelson Pogue built a vapor system that was tested by Ford Motor Company and Winnepeg Motor Company of Canada. Instead of using conventional methods of dispensing liquid gasoline into the engine, he created a superheating device that boiled the fuel into a dry vapor. It was documented that his system got over 205 miles per gallon, and it sent shock waves through the Stock Market as oil shares plunged at the announcement of the results! For whatever reason, his device never made it to market, and he suddenly became a very prosperous manager of an oil filter company. But regardless of that, the cat had been let out of the bag...
In the 1970's, a young man named Tom Ogle of El Paso, Texas turned the automotive world on it's ear with an astounding claim of over 100 miles per gallon with his vaporizer-equipped V8 Ford (see the actual US patent by following the website link below).
His story was well-documented in the El Paso Times newspaper, and the half-dozen articles can be obtained through the El Paso Library research division (justs ask for information about the Oglemobile as it came to be known). Mr. Ogle took the local press on test drives multiple times, thereby proving his claims. One of the stories reports that a Shell Oil Company representative asked him what he would do if someone offered him a very large sum of money (reportedly $25 Million). He said he’d not be interested, he was going to bring it to market. Unfortunately, shortly afterward Mr. Ogle met with an untimely demise before he could realize his dream.
The author of this CD, Vapor Systems Technology president David Steckling, is an ASE-Certified Automobile and Heavy Truck Master Technician, was a California state smog inspector for nearly 20 years, and is now a technical editor at the leading automobile repair information company in the world. He brings over 25 years of experience in the industry. On top of that, he is a college graduate in Computer Science. While preparing to build their own fuel vaporizing projects, his company chose to see what had already been done. With all those qualifications, Vapor Systems Technology has produced a top quality product that bears the results of over 400 hours of research.
There are a number of ways to vaporize fuel. Following are some of them: exhaust, electric or coolant-heated, catalytic, ultra-sonic, exhaust-blended, steam-blended, hydrogen converter, etc. VST chose the best, most effective systems, and put over 900 of them on the disc! It even has a search engine installed directly on the CD, so that any desired info can quickly be found without guesswork. Over 650 of these systems have expired patents, and can be built, or even sold, by anyone. Every conceivable tip, research result, building recommendation and helpful hint from the inventors is right at your fingertips.
Rumors of these types of systems have been around for years, but now, thanks to the internet, the truth can come out and be available to everyone. Virtually every fuel vapor system that ever enjoyed success is on this CD, and if you would like to stop paying at the pump, and build yourself a vaporizer, this product is a must.
For more information, visit our website: http://fuelvapors.com
For a review of this CD, visit http://www.vehicleinfo.com/AutoMuse/archives/2004/12/200_miles_per_g.html
For Tom Ogle’s 100+ mile per gallon system information, see: http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/srchnum.htm
You will need to type his patent number, 4,177,779 into the search window field. Click the search button, and it will take you right to all the information on his system.