• Dameon5

    Cough! Cough! bull$#!+! Cough! Cough!

  • http://alex.com Alex

    There is no way possible whatsoever this increases the Volumetric Effiency of an engine. This is a restriction, and will cause poor acceleration matched with poor gas mileage.

    This is hilarious

  • http://www.ecotours.me Eco Tours

    A few issues:

    1.Changing the filters looks like a nasty job, one suited for someone with a hazmat outfit?

    2. How much do the filters cost and how often do they need changed–this might cut away at any potential fuel savings.

    3. I can see issue with back pressure causing engine problems.

  • http://ecomodder.com Benjamin Jones

    As others have said, complete BS. :)

  • AJ

    If it sounds too good to be true… it *IS* too good to be true.

    This is 100% hucksterism. Save your money.

  • Tony

    They’ve got some balls though….trying to charge $199 for this thing. I but it would work even better with some flames, or Kanji painted on it.

  • green

    Ya to good to be true,

    It can probably reduce emissions by slowing and heating the exhaust in the Cat. allowing more emissions to be taken out, however the cost of this would be decreased mileage and poor car performance based on back pressure. The filter at the end only acts like a sock, not removing Nox or Hydro-carbons or anything else that’s bad other then particulate matter.

    All in all I would call up the EPA and have the guys at Blade have them run the test. Anyone can fudge independent lab results, even at EPA approved facilities but when the EPA does it at there facility they keep the numbers on point.

    All the information saying it was an EPA certified lab means jack, the normal procedure is that you get independent testing first, then you send it to the EPA to test themselves. They have no test results yet from the EPA and try to sell it like they do because they performed an EPA test. Don’t waste your money on this garbage.

  • Santos

    I’m not expert but I was under the impression that the more you restrict air flow the worse the mileage, but I’m open to anything. If any one actually tries it out I’d love to hear how it works.

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