Like me, you are probably sick and tired of gas prices of $ 4.00 / gallon. I’m probably worse off as my BMW only accepts premiums, and that’s 20-40 cents more expensive per gallon! When I first heard about NanoTech eeFuel, I was a little wary of putting it in my precious high performance vehicle … and when it claimed that it could use REGULAR octane gas in conjunction with eeFuel I was definitely hesitant.
But I did some research, and it seemed to be a tried and tested product, and I also saw that there were other fuel boosters that allowed you to use regular instead of premium. The great appeal of eeFuel is that it is an environmentally friendly fuel booster that reduces emissions by 50%, transforms normal gasoline into high performance, reduces the need for engine maintenance and increases gas mileage by an average of 18 %.
Or so the studies say … but we all know that the studies tell what the organization that hired the consultants tells them. Nonetheless, I decided to follow my instincts and give this NanoTech eeFuel a try.
A week later, my eeFuel arrived in the mail. He had bought two bottles as part of a pre-launch promotion. I was amazed at how tiny the bottles are! I mean, they look the size of a beer bottle in the picture.
But actually, you could fit the bottle in your pocket! Not that you wanted it as it’s packed with fuel additive … but anyway, this little bottle actually contains TEN applications. The bottle is 120 ml and 12 ml is mixed for every 15 gallons of gasoline. It also comes with a handy ‘score sheet’ to keep track of your fuel consumption before and after each use … that way you can immediately see how much you are saving.
Last Tuesday I filled the pump with REGULAR octane gas. The difference between regular and premium was 30 cents per gallon.
15 gallon tank x .30 per gallon = $ 4.5 in fuel savings. Well, that may not be a lot of money on its own. But consider that there are 10 uses per bottle of eeFuel, and it only costs $ 27 per bottle, and you’re going to save $ 45 just on the difference between the fuel types.
Assuming your vehicle normally charges premium, that is. Anyway, the eeFuel bottle measures by itself how much you need to dispense, and you simply insert it into your fuel tank just like the gas nozzle. You must first put the eeFuel, then put gasoline, so that it mixes better.
As he drove afterward, he wasn’t quite sure what to expect. If I was hearing bumps or scrapes then I would know that my engine didn’t like normal octane and that eeFuel wasn’t really turning it into high performance fuel.
But I didn’t … in fact, my BMW was driving even MORE smoothly than before! A week has passed since then, and the car has continued to perform very well. So it looks like NanoTech eeFuel lives up to that part of its claim!
But what about gas mileage? Well normally my vehicle goes 28 miles per gallon. When I had used 2 gallons, according to the gas meter, I checked the odomoter … and it had traveled 70 miles since I filled up the tank!
That’s 35 miles per gallon, an increase of 7 mpg or 25%! That’s even better than the 18% eeFuel had stated as average. So if my fuel efficiency INCREASED by 25%, that’s the same as if gas prices had DECREASED by 25% … so paying $ 4.00 per gallon for gas gives me 25% more, for which is actually like you are paying $ 3.00 per gallon for gas !!
I consider this gas purchase to be a business expense, a product test that is normal and reasonable in the course of determining whether or not NanoTech eeFuel is a good product to add to my business. So I cut 30% as a tax deductible expense, and that tank of gas had a net cost to me of $ 2.10 per gallon, or $ 31.5.
Nothing bad !!
Overall, I am very satisfied and impressed with the performance of eeFuel. It has improved my vehicle’s performance, saved me 30 cents a gallon by buying lower octane gasoline AND has improved my gas mileage by 25%. Considering the cost of eeFuel is only $ 2.70 per tank of gas, I think this is a very good product!