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Old 4th September 2014, 22:01   #1
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With the new Autocar magazine I got this booklet (advertisement) talking about Oxyjet. This device having some additive will supply cleaner oxygen to engine thus improving the mileage and performance, so claims this company.
Need to read more. Not sure if some of our TBHP friends are familiar with product.

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Its a physical add-on which essentially is fitted to provide you: "The quantity of the fuel additive used at one go is only 10 ml, which needs to be refilled every 4000 km.". What kind of super NASAesque additive is this which can increase mileage at this extremely low proportion? The word catalyst comes to mind, but is quickly overshadowed by a lot of other thoughts as well.

Warranty will be maintained if this device is used?
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If you believe this gadget to be able to live up to its promises, I have a bridge for sale you should have a look at. Going cheap!

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Sounds like a claim too tall. Just read the brochure I got with the Autocar magazine this evening. And it even has the audacity to claim "Tried and Tested by ARAI and SGS Switzerland" :-(

Of course, its silent on what exactly did ARAI/SGS test and what results do they certify ?
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Just went through this invention!

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Looking at the diagram, this says it should e connected between the air filter outlet and engine.

Now while reading the brochure, found an interesting thing that caught my eye,

Quoting from their 'Post-installation checks':

"Neither keep the device nor install it near parts of the engine that could get heat up."
Isn't the engine going get hot eventually and how is it possible not to install this contraption in the engine bay? The length of the pipe connecting the 'T' pipe and this unit shouldn't be more than 6 inches.

Am I missing something or not able to understand this sentence clearly?!

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