Testing the ECO Fuel Enhancer
Easy to Test
In order to get an accurate measurement of your actual fuel
economy, we recommend the following steps.
Three Tanks, without your ECO System
Before the ECO System is installed run three full tanks of fuel,
and get your average miles per gallon.
If you always record your fuel use, you probably already know
the miles per gallon your vehicle gets, but if you want a true
calculation, please review our testing procedures. They are not
complicated, they just allow good comparisons.
Notes on the testing. Please use the same fuel
source/gas station, and try to fill to the same place in your
tank. Some pumps will cut off as 'full' a gallon shorter than
others, so to be consistent, try and use the same pump. Some
fuel formulations differ, and to be accurate, the same source is best.
We have found that diesel fuel is more consistent across the
country, long distance tests are more accurate than
gasoline motor tests.
Diesel Emission Fluid use can be measured the same as Gasoline
motors. Compare gallons used before and after the instalation of
the ECO Fuel System.
Track your Diesel MPG in the same way as with a Gasoline motor.
Diesel Regeneration Cycle testing using ECM (Electronic Control Module)
readings is a trustworthy manner to account for the reduction of REGEN Cycles.
Log your ECM before installation, clear the computer (if you can) and compare
REGEN Cycles before and after installation of the ECO Fuel System.
Depending on where you drive, gasoline may have ethanol
added. A long trip cross country is not always a good test for
the ECO Fuel System, since you may have gasoline from several
different sources, and different formulations.
The ECO Fuel Systems primary focus is on the reduction of Pollution. Since fuel savings is our
primary concern, we are always studying and logging the MPG our customers get. We have
found that different brands of gasoline provide different MPG. Using the same brand and station
will give you a better comparison.
With your ECO System
After installing the ECO System, fill up your vehicle and note your miles per gallon next time
you fill up. You should see an improvement in fuel economy. It may ake a few taknk of fuel or
a few hundred miles before a motor is seasoned and you realize an improvement in fuel economy.
Many immediately realize an improvement in respone and additional power due to fuel burning
If your vehicle has a miles-per-gallon computer display, it may not reflect the correct MPG for a
few tanks of fuel. Many computers run on averages. Fuel logged manually is a true reading
Miles driven divided by Gallons of fuel used.
We recommend that when evaluating the ECO System for commercial purposes that a minimum of
five vehicles. This will enable your company to obtain a good performance analysis as well as a
Diesel REGENERATION analysis. If the fleet has different type equipment, more than one
test/analysismay be necessary for estimating fuel savings.