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INTRODUCTION ................................................ 1 CONVENTIONAL WAYS TO SAVE GAS ................................................ 2 driving habits; safety; mechanical fitness; saving fuel at the pump; driving conditions PERFORMANCE BOOSTER SECRETS ...... 12 performance booster secrets code; water tuneup; moth balls; alternator shutoff; air conditioner shutoff; power booster circuit; coil capacitor assist; double coil; solid core cable; hot plug ignition; custom ignition timing; automatic vacuum advance; vehicle insulation; hotter engine; radiator cover; heated air going into engine; electric fans; cooling water mist; water mist injection into exhaust; exhaust insulation; custom carburetor sizing; custom carburetor jet sizing; deceleration fuel shutoff; custom fuel injector sizing.; custom carburetor mixture adjustment; custom float level HOME-BUILT FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR ......................... 23 fuel filter HOLE IN IDLE MIXTURE SCREW .............. 23 SCREEN UNDER CARBURETOR ................. 24 AIR BLEED TRICKS ....................................... 25 air bleed option 1; air bleed option 2 GASOLINE PREHEATER ............................... 27 ELECTROSTATIC GAS SAVERS .................. 29 WATER INJECTION ........................................ 30 water vapor injection; water liquid injection; water steam injection; generator boiler; flash boiler HOMEMADE FUELS ....................................... 38 hydrogen; methane; alcohol; wood gas HYDROGEN INJECTION ............................... 40 aluminum / lye / water BUILD YOUR OWN MILEAGE METER ..... 46 EXPERIMENTORS LOG ............................... 47 WEIGHTS & MEASURES ............................... 48 FIGURING YOUR FUEL MILEAGE ............. 49 copyright-free mileage gains form RESOURCES ..................................................... 51 BIBLIOGRAPHY .............................................. 51

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SIDEBARS Do You Really Need A Car? .................................. 1 Saving $$$ At The Start ......................................... 5 For the Cost of the Tools ....................................... 6 70,000 miles And Counting ............................... 6 Honest, Friendly Mechanics .................................. 7 Custom Tune Your Ignition System ....................... 8 Custom Tune Your Carburetor ............................... 8 Vehicle Design Gear Ratios ................................... 9 Some Current Economizers ................................. 10 Grose-Jet; space-age lubricants; reduce friction Fuel Savers Work If ......................................... 12 Fuel Pressure Regulator ....................................... 25 Preheating Fuel .................................................... 26 Venting Vapors ..................................................... 29 Proper Quenching ................................................ 31 Switch Construction Hints ................................... 33 Deionized Water ................................................... 36 Butyl Alcohol or Butanol ..................................... 40 3 MPG Better ....................................................... 40 Getting Hydrogen From Water ............................ 43 Cost Effective Home-Made Hydrogen ................ 43 Vapor Carburetors ................................................ 44 Fuel Pressure Regulator (Mfg) ............... back cover

The information and projects, in this book, range from simple & conventional to complex & unconventional. Therefore, the tools list is too extensive to list here. However, a standard set of mechanics tools are applicable for most projects. Recommendations for specialized tools are included with project instructions.

Many of the parts, for projects in this book, are standard, multi-use dodads / whatchamacallits already in home-workshops. Others can be obtained from goldmines (scrapyards). Recommendations for specific parts are included with project instructions.


Words that are preceded by are defined here. : more or less; see WEIGHTS & MEASURES atomize: make into a mist atomizing' spray nozzles: nozzles that break a fluid into very small droplets or mist back-pressure: pressure in exhaust system caused by restriction of gas flow BETE: name of a Company (see resources) blow by: combustion gasses slipping past the piston rings brass shot: small brass balls Brown's Gas: a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen carbon-up: carbon deposits forming in the engine and exhaust system

dead spot: a location (or range) in the engines acceleration that either does not produce greater power; or actually loses power dog tracking: vehicle body does not quite point in the direction actually travelled & the rear wheels do not travel the same path as the front; usually caused by incorrect wheel alignment EFI: Electron Fuel Injection electronic fencer: made to charge electric fences, to keep livestock in enthalpy: adds heat energy froth: emulsify Hg: inches of mercury; a measurement of vacuum or pressure less than atmospheric pressure hot' spark plugs: plugs that have a long center electrode that runs hotter because it can't cool as quickly hydrocarbons: gasoline knock: banging in the engine; could be sound of detonation or ping lean mixture: air/fuel mixture containing too much air for the amount of fuel it is mixed with (< 15:1) according to conventional wisdom lugs (lugs down): mechanic slang; an engine is working hard at a low rpm Lye: sodium hydroxide or caustic soda MAP sensor: Manifold Air Pressure sensor Neutral coasting: the technique of putting the vehicle in neutral to coast down hill no-load: running an engine with no load attached to it; using no power to keep the engine running NOx: Oxides of nitrogen octane rating / value: the ability of a fuel to resist detonation odometer: mileage or kilometer gauge on dash ping : see knock quench: put out the fire rich mixture: air/fuel mixture containing too much fuel for the amount of air it is mixed with (> 15:1) according to conventional wisdom road-rage: the anger felt by frustrated drivers slack: a bit of play slipping (the clutch): pressing the clutch peddle enough that the engine is not solidly connected to the transmission; this wears the clutch plates very quickly and can overheat the pressure plates Space-age lubricants: oil and grease that are not fossil-fuel based; formulated to have better performance trace: a small %. Also means a trail or path under power: using lots of fuel venturis: special shaped components and/or narrowing in the air horn of a carburetor; another name for carburetor air horns that have a narrow section

The main objective of this book is to reduce the costs of driving by decreasing the associated expenses. For most people, the first thing that comes to mind is finding ways to combat the already high and often rising cost of fuel. Great idea, but by no means the whole picture. To really get your moneys worth from this book; from your reading time; experimenting with the options, and building or further developing the plans, you need to broaden your perspective of the costs of a vehicle, including but not limited to the fuel. First, you must determine if you even need a vehicle. To figure this out you have to weigh the social and economic value of owning an automobile. (see sidebar) For those who must have an automobile, and there are many who do, this book is filled with a wide variety of Super Gas Saver Secrets. Well cover everything from fuelefficient driving habits to mechanical fitness. There are projects for skilled do-it-yourselfers and scope enough for inventive types. Work through the book in succession from simple and conventional to the more complex and unconventional. Try to avoid the temptation to skip or gloss over the early material. Being a skilled driver doesnt automatically predispose you to having good fuelsaving habits. Benefitting from fuelsaving technology begins with an attitude adjustment and evolves to mechanical modifications. Going through the whole process will yield the greatest tangible results. You likely have a range of reasons for wanting to save fuel all of

them sound and compelling. The most powerfully motivating, however, is the bottom line. Less cash out of pocket, on fuel costs for your home and your vehicle(s), translates directly to your amount of disposable income and quality of life. Think of it this way: Your standard of living is instantly elevated when you need less time and money to maintain what you have. Further, the disciplined acts of altering your driving habits, maintaining your vehicle and carrying out periodic mileage calculations will keep hundreds, possibly thousands, of dollars a year in your pocket. Less expense combined with more dollars elevates your lifestyle even more. If you are trying to build a gas saver of your own, it is our pleasure to help you make it work. Eagle-Research has been doing this since 1984. Weve helped tens of thousands of people and thousands of people have helped us. It is to our advantage to help you too. That way, we know what you've done and don't need to repeat your experiments or your mistakes. Your input can often confirm something that has already been tried. It is to your advantage to contact us. You may be doing something that someone else has already done, better. You may think of something no one else has, and together, with other ideas, you may just help make a leap in the technology. This way everyone helps everyone else and the technologies develop to practical applications very quickly. The other goal of the book is to educate the individual about the truth, viability and power of combustion enhancement technology in the hands of concerned citizens.

Do You Really Need A Car?

In today's society it is often hard to get a job or to fully participate in ones community if you don't have a vehicle. But do you really need that vehicle? Is it worth the investment, maintenance, insurance and hassle? Really think about this. Quite a few people own a vehicle who would be financially and physically better off without it. Take the time to figure out what your vehicle is really costing you. For most of us, a vehicle represents the second largest investment we will ever make. hidden costs When a person invests in a vehicle, there are many 'hidden costs'. Not the least of which is the investment money itself. When you consider financing charges, interest and taxes, people who buy new vehicles can pay up to 6 times the purchase price of the vehicle. As a rule of thumb, spending $5000 on a vehicle, means needing to earn over $10,000 in wages. A large portion of most people's wages goes to taxes; worker's compensation plans; unemployment plans and various security plans. Don't forget that the 'employer' share of these plans counts as part of the employee wage benefits (taxes). If the employer didn't have to pay his portion, he could pay the employee a higher wage. And don't forget the costs of being employed: you need to travel; have special clothes; lunches outside the home... The math is startling: Because of the way interest rates work, you can pay the bank up to three times the value of the original loan. So, to buy a new vehicle you pay 3 dollars to the bank for every 1 dollar you spend on the vehicle. You needed to earn 2 dollars for every 1 dollar paid to the bank. So each dollar spent on the original purchase cost of the vehicle cost 6 dollars of earned money!

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Driving Habits
Your driving attitudes and habits could be costing you a lot more money than you realize.
continued from pg. 1 maintenance costs Another hidden cost is maintenance. If you decide to own a vehicle you must lower the various costs of its maintenance. If your vehicle lasts longer, it will cost you less per mile to drive. Your initial investment is spread out over a longer period. The least expensive maintenance is a do-it-yourself course. Be sure your course includes instruction on doing a proper safety-check of vehicles. Even if you don't have the tools to do a full safety check at home, there is a lot you can check, often as you drive. A very modest investment in tools will reap great rewards. It could even save your life! Even if you don't check, adjust or repair your own vehicle, having taken a simple mechanical course, you will know what needs doing. Millions of people are taken advantage of to the tune of billions of dollars every year and don't even know it. Your share of this hidden cost could be hundreds or thousands of dollars. Remember, for every dollar you spend, you had to earn $2. If you choose not to maintain your vehicle, it will fail you when you need it. It is a sad but true fact that a vehicle will fail, most often, precisely when you need it. If you must have a vehicle, learn how to maintain it. It will be one of your best investments. A vehicle that is maintained properly will give faithful service for decades. It will also have a higher resale value. Rule of Thumb: Take as much time learning to maintain your vehicle as it took to learn to drive it.

warm-up Warm up your engine just enough that it doesn't try to stall as you operate it. Stalling is hard on the engine and dangerous in traffic. At the same time, avoid prolonged warm-up of your engine. Even on cold mornings 2 minutes is plenty. The sooner you get moving, the more mpg you make. Warming-up is the most efficient way. Just move the vehicle slowly at first. idle If forced to sit for some time (traffic jam; road construction...), shut your engine off. Anytime you are stopped, with the engine running, you are making zero miles per gallon. Idling for one minute consumes enough gas for you to have started your warm engine. Excessive idling causes the engine to carbon-up faster because of the rich fuel mixture and cooler operation temperatures. Carbon buildup causes pre-ignition; detonation; poor heat conduction for valves and cylinders; and abrasive carbon particles. Water injection helps to prevent carbon buildup. lead foot / feather foot Accelerate smoothly and gently. This allows fuel systems to function at closer-to-correct fuel ratios. Accelerate slowly to allow the most efficient conversion of the fuel's energy to the vehicle's momentum. Diesel-electric trains have computer controlled acceleration. They get 900 miles per gallon, per ton! Learn to lift your foot a bit as you drive. Mostly, you won't lose any speed and you will get better mileage. shifting Shift properly, to keep the engine in optimum operating range, and

Whether you own, lease, or periodically rent a vehicle, sharpening your driving skills to include sound fuel-saving habits is a wise investment. The payback is directly to your own pocket. As you read through the list of Driving Habits, consider that each of these simple and conventional ways to save gas, will earn you 3%-15% in direct cash savings or by taking you farther on a tank of gas. Are your driving habits costing you Big bucks? You do the math! Working in pencil, give yourself an honest checkmark for each of the tips that you already use. At the end of Driving Habits, count up all your empty boxes, and multiply that number by just 3%. If you only need to brush up on a dozen of these fuelsaving habits, thats:

$75 to $150 each year!!!

And, at this point were only talkin about giving yourself a check-up from the neck up! A little effort, a little grit and even just a few of the mechanical modifications from this book and You could be getting double the mileage that you started with.

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increase mileage. A tachometer and an intake manifold vacuum-gauge are definite assets. Keep the tachometer in the engines optimum range and shift as necessary. Keep the vacuum gauge reading as high as possible to maximize fuel economy. automatic transmission If the engine lugs down and your automatic transmission hasn't shifted, shift it manually. Then get it fixed. With an automatic transmission, use your brake instead of the throttle to hold yourself still on a hill. This is the best use of a brake. No wear on the brakes and no work on the transmission. brakes Brakes throw away your cars energy by converting inertia to heat. Good drivers seldom have to apply them. Slow down before having to use the brakes. Drive steadily. Slowing down and speeding up wastes fuel. By the time you've used a set of brake pads, youve thrown away thousands of horsepower. Resting a foot on the brake pedal when the vehicle is in motion causes excessive wear on parts as well as poor mileage. Front disk brakes can rob you of 2 or 3 mpg if mounted on all wheels. time the lights Time stoplights to allow for driving right through. Don't rush up to a stoplight/stop sign, then slam on the brakes. Every time you apply the brakes you waste the energy that you spent getting you up to that speed. disk brakes If you have front disk brakes, sway the vehicle once to the left and once to the right, after having forcefully applied your brakes. This will fully release the slight drag that results.

Disk brakes don't have return springs that retract the pads when you take your foot off the brake. Sway the vehicle, only when it is safe to do so, and only if you will be driving some distance between braking. drive at a steady rate Stay in the flow of the traffic. Erratic driving speeds and frequent lane changes don't get you there any faster and are really costly in fuel, vehicle wear and road-rage. Cruise control will usually increase mileage by preventing most drivers tendency to surge. However, a skilled driver can actually exceed the benefits of cruise control. Keep a steady foot and anticipate road conditions, thereby driving at optimum speeds for the conditions. unsafe methods of saving fuel Neutral overdrive is an extremely dangerous procedure with most vehicles. You may not be able to put the vehicle back into gear fast enough when you need to. The possibility of blowing up clutches & transmissions is very high. Besides, youre still using fuel - the engine is idling. Shutting off the ignition while coasting is dangerous because the float bowl will empty into your engine. It takes a few seconds, after the fuel is turned back on, for the float bowl to refill and for the fuel to reach your engine. You may need power sooner than that to avoid an accident. If you take the vehicle out of gear at this time, the wheels will stop driving the engine. The engine will stall, usually causing a loss in power accessories such as steering and brakes. Shutting off the ignition and leaving the vehicle in gear to coast down hill doesnt affect the power accessories, because the rear wheels keep the engine turning over. But the

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insurance costs Then there are insurance costs and fees. It is not wise to drive without insurance. This hidden cost is ruining people's financial futures, every day. If you have an accident, you could end up paying, for the rest of your life. The collective financial, emotional and probable physical stress of an accident amounts to incredible proportions. Already, more US citizens have died as a result of automobiles than have died in all the Wars that the US has fought. It is true that a person without an automobile lacks some advantages in our society. But are the advantages worth the cost? The time that some people would save by not having to work those extra hours (to have the money to buy and maintain their vehicle) could be invested in other pleasant activities.

Does your vehicle fit your lifestyle? Can you rent or borrow a larger vehicle when you need to and drive a smaller one for common trips? Are you paying for a lot of horsepower that you never use? Having a large, underworked, engine costs you in fuel as well as possible premature failure of the engine. Can you take advantage of public transportation and, will that option save you money? Can you make use of bicycles, scooters or even walking to save fuel and vehicle costs?

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George Wiseman is the founder and president of Eagle-Research, a non-profit organization that develops and distributes energy-saving solutions. He is multi-talented and multi-degreed, but singular in his mission: to promote self-sufficiency at the individual level by discovering and sharing the best, all-around, practical solutions. George attributes his self-reliance, resourcefulness and commitment to our natural environment, to his rural roots. Dad didnt believe in having any equipment on the place (hobby farms in Montana, Oregon, Alaska and finally a ranch in British Columbia) that we couldnt fix ourselves. We had running water if we ran and got it. And electricity was something that came in batteries. His farmgrown, western cowboy philosophy combine well with his inventor persona to create a world-class visionary. He takes the hand-up rather than the hand-out approach to everything. Since 1984, George has been making his living as an inventor and author. His fuel-savers have gained him a worldwide following of satisfied consumers who eagerly pursue his work for new offerings. George continues to impress his customers, peers and competition with practical innovations that can be successfully home-built. His latest product, the ERxxxx WaterTorch, is making great waves in dozens of industries around the globe. As much as anything, its his commitment to patentfree technology development that has earned George Wiseman a champion reputation. Openly sharing research findings benefits everyone by constantly elevating the standards of viable energy solutions. Georges work has been featured on radio and in newspapers around North America and at many alternative energy gatherings including the International Tesla Society Symposiums and Exotic Research Conferences. He lives with his bride, Tenaj, and their brood of cats, in a lush valley of the Rocky Mountains. Individuals wishing to participate in the project may access the required reading list, that will be updated from time-to-time, on the Eagle-Research website: (www.eagle-research.com) Comments and/or contributions are invited from anyone who is committed to cultivating dream seeds. Nay-sayers are better not to waste their time. Negative input will be wholeheartedly disregarded.

Too low they build, who build beneath the stars. - Edward Young -

We appreciate your contributions. Your input helps us further develop these technologies into more and better practical solutions. Remember though, we are a non-profit organization putting our time and money primarily toward research. There is seldom anyone in the office to answer the phone. For budget reasons, we usually do not return long-distance calls unless calling collect. We prefer to have customers contact us by email, FAX or letter.

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Eagle-Research (George Wiseman) in cooperation with Being Unlimited (Tenaj DaCosta Wiseman) are in the initial stages of creating their ultimate dream. They envision a world-renowned educational energy centre designed to find, develop and harness the unique genius inside each of us. The centre will be open to all sorts of creative-thinkers in their respective fields: inventors; writers; healing arts practitioners; feng shui specialists; architects; illustrators; horticulturalists; fitness experts www.eagle-research.com


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Leftover Pieces . . . after we rebuilt the book!

* Dozens of no-cost ways to reduce fuel costs * 25 New Performance Boosters * Great weekend projects for backyard mechanics
+ What s the best time of day to buy gas? pg. 11 + Get respect from your mechanic! pg 7 + Custom Size Your Carburetor pg 20 + Make Fuel-Alcohol in Your Kitchen! pg 40 + Cost Effective Home-made Hydrogen pg 43

Left over pieces#@&! Whatdaya mean, leftover pieces!

Fuel Pressure Regulator (mfg)

A fuel- pressure regulator tends to reduce fuel loss due to inlet surge and splash in the float bowl. You will get some mileage gain. Regulators may restrict fuel flow in high demand situations. There are vacuum controlled regulators that dont have this problem. Fuel pumps provide more pressure than the carburetor needs because fuel under pressure wont vapor lock as easily. However, your carburetor probably only needs 3 psi or less. Since most inlet needle valves leak, lower pressure helps control the fuel flow into the carburetor. Install the pressure regulator as close to the carburetor as possible. Available at your local auto supply store. (see resources) This is also a recommended device for Carburetor Enhancer installation. Always install a fuel filter before a fuel pressure regulator. Try a diesel fuel filter. They do a much better job. Carry a spare in case it gets dirty enough to cause performance problems.
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