Device Claims to Boost SUV Fuel Economy as much as 24%
31 July 2000
SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. - According to the recent article in Business Fleet Magazine, Aftermarket add-ons which purport to increase vehicle performance and fuel economy are best approached with caution, but the TORNADO Air Management System has many backers. Jeff Brooks, host of the nationally syndicated radio show "On the Road with Jeff Brooks," said his 1970 Dodge Super Bee went from 10 miles per gallon to 13 mpg after installing the TORNADO.
Ron Bell, professor of automotive technology at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif., told Business Fleet, "Students in my advanced EFI class this past semester put the TORNADO on a 94 Chevy Tahoe 350. I was skeptical, but test after test showed an increased MPG from 11 to 14.5! Also noticed no flat spot around 35-40 MPH and improved acceleration. The bottom line is, this thing works."
Mr. Johnson, Equipment Maintenance Superintendent, City of Norwalk, said, "We could conceivably save at least 10% on fuel cost. Even at an average of $1 per gallon, this number could easily reach $10,000 in savings per year. It's easily installed in vehicles. It never needs to be replaced or even cleaned, it's a one shot deal!"
TORNADO is an automotive device that creates a swirling motion in the air intake systems of automobile engines. It swiftly moves air around twists and bends, enhancing fuel atomization and improving efficiency and performance. In tests performed by an EPA/CARB -- licensed emissions lab, the swirling effect of the TORNADO has been shown to improve gas mileage by as much as 24 percent.
TORNADO is environmentally friendly, priced at $69.98 and has a 30-day money back guarantee and limited lifetime warranty.
Corporate and government users of the TORNADO include Harris County, Houston, TX; City of Norwalk, CA; the Boise Police Dept; JC Whitney; Camping World; SEARS Auto Book and more.