The secret to better gas mileage while increasing engine power
(DOUG JESSOP’S UTAH SUCCESS STORIES – ABC4 NEWS – Salt Lake City, Utah) When fuel prices rise above and air quality goes Low, Drivers across the country are looking for ways to help their wallets and the environment.
Your engine needs four things: Air, fuel, sparks and combustion.
Mechanical engineer Phil Rawlings has worked with high-performance engines for over a decade. He told me; “You have to have the right mix of fuel and air. If you do it right You can actually gain power and fuel consumption at the same time. “
Utah-based inventor Dan Whittington figured out the elusive combination of performance and fuel economy with his computer-controlled, powered air intake called the VenomAire.
Dan is obviously excited about his product; “What I love about this product is that it is no disadvantage. They improve emissions, increase fuel consumption and improve performance. “
The Offroad Community has been using Dan’s product for years.
Jeff Melvin is one of his regular customers. As the owner of an HVAC company, Jeff knows a few things about airflow. He lifted the hood of that jeep and said, “Did it three times. It gives you more gas mileage and it gives you a little more horsepower, Thirty percent. you can get more cool air into your inlet at any time. “
What people may not know is that now everyone from soccer mothers to luxury transportation services is using the product to Increase performance while you help the environment by you use less fuel.
People who pull boats and trailers also take part. That little more horsepower and torque can life saving. Conrad Grams had a close encounter with a moose who was humping its airstream.
Conrad showed me some pictures of a bad accident that narrowly missed his vehicle. He explained; “The moose went straight to the window where my girlfriend was, I didn’t want him to slam. Having that extra strength VenomAire gave me gave me just enough to avoid the moose. It was so close. “
What is Dan Whittington’s dream destination? He smiled and told me; “I would like to see some manufacturers pick up this product and help in some way Save the planet. “
Sounds like a Good dream me.
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