What Is Eco Power?

EcoPower Fuel Energizer is a revolutionary magnetic device that is scientifically designed using advanced technology which break and realign the hydrocarbon chains when the fuel passing through the fuel line of your vehicle, The magnetic field created by ecoPower Fuel Energizer ionizes the fuel being fed to the engine, which itself produce more complete combustion, achieving maximized of fuel economy {more mileage per gallon}, increase power output and at the same time reduce harmful emissions.


Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid and will not combust easily till they are vaporized and mixed with air. Most emissions from motor vehicles consist of unburned hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen. Unburned hydrocarbon and oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere and create smog.

Fuel mainly consists of hydrocarbons. These groupings of hydrocarbons, when flowing through a magnetic field, change their orientations of magnetization in a direction opposite to that of the magnetic field and at the same time intermolecular force is considerably reduced or depressed. These will help to disperse oil particles and to become finely divided. In addition, hydrogen ions in fuel and oxygen ions in air or steam are magnetized to form magnetic domains which will assist in atomizing fuel into finer particles.


Guaranteed mileage improvement Protects and prolongs engine parts Smoother engine operation (Less vibration & noise- the most immediate sensation) Rapid payback Improves power and torque Reduced visible black smog & toxic gas emission Easy installation without tools (DIY) Works on diesel and petrol No modification of fuel line

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

How To Get The Best Fuel Economy

With gas prices still on the rise, getting the best possible fuel economy from your car is more important than ever. Over the long run, it can save you hundreds of dollars. Isuzu, the SUV and pickup truck specialist with the popular Ascender 5-Passenger SUV, offers several tips on its website on how to get the most out of filling up your tank.

Here are just a few of their tips. You can implement them instantly, on any vehicle, and start getting better gas mileage today.

1. Don't speed away from stop signs and traffic lights. A slower, controlled start uses less gas than a fast one. Most of us drive in the city where crosswalks, traffic signals, and even stop-and-go traffic conditions require frequent stops. Considering the number of stops and starts you make daily, remembering this tip could mean money in your pocket.

2. Replace your air cleaner. Since a vehicle's power comes from a mixture of air and fuel, a dirty air filter reduces engine performance. Most of us remember to replace our oil filters, but neglect the air filters. Every time you take your vehicle in for service, make your next service appointment before you leave and mark it on your calendar. Doing this will help you stay diligent about keeping your routine maintenance appointments, and therefore, keep your car in tip-top condition.

3. Lighten up. Lighter loads require less power, and hence less fuel, to move them from here to there. Take any unnecessary cargo out of your trunk when driving around town and watch your gas mileage increase. How often do we find ourselves carrying around heavy items "just in case" we might need them, or because we've planned to take them somewhere and haven't gotten around to it? While it may not seem like a big deal to tote cargo around in the trunk, every time we drive, it decreases the number of miles we get per gallon. Dump the junk and take only what's necessary.

4. Feel the breeze. Reducing the use of the air conditioner helps fuel economy as well. If you're not in heavy traffic and exhaust fumes aren't a concern, consider opening your windows and vents instead of automatically reaching for the A/C button.

5. Stop-and-go? Just GO! Avoid routes that require a great deal of stop-and-go driving and try taking side streets and less impacted alternative routes. Constant stopping wastes fuel because energy is diverted in the form of heat caused by the brakes. Timing lights and slowing down enough so that you can avoid stopping will only improve your gas mileage. It will also save wear and tear on your brakes.

For more tips on improving your car's fuel economy, as well as instructions on how to change a tire and jump start an engine, check out Isuzu's website. We suggest printing out their directions for both and keeping them in your glove compartment just in case you ever need them.

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Submitted By: Amy Thomas

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

7 Tips on Saving Fuel

Oil price is soaring and it certainly looks like it will not be staying at a constant price for long. I remembered last year around June, the price per litre of Shell 98 was around $1.70 SGD and just recently when I was refilling fuel. It costs about $2.12 SGD per litre; an increase of almost $0.40 SGD per litre. Not to mention that the price is still rising. There are a few alternatives that we can do.

1. To stop driving - for those who have been driving, you will be saying it's crazy! Cars are just like your legs; they carries you around places. However, what we can do is to try walking, cycling or hopping on a bus for short trips.

2. To change to hybrid car - this is one viable option where you can adopt and yet some were saying that it takes much more fuel to produce a hybrid car.

3. To change the way we drive - this is possibly the immediate option that we can adopt. By changing your driving habits you can improve fuel economy and there are many tips which you can use to start saving dollars and not pennies. Changing your habits and you'll see a substantial savings at the pump — without the need for a new car.

Let us look at ways on how we can change our driving habits as well as tips on how we can save fuel. These tips not only help you to save fuel, but also help you to contribute your bit towards saving our planet.

Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated

Keeping the tires at the right pressure not only increase your safety while driving, it also promotes fuel efficiency. The PSI number at the side of your tires shows the maximum pressure of the tire and is not the proper inflation level for your car. Your vehicle manufacturer will list the recommended tire pressure in your owner's manual or a sticker on the doorjamb of the driver-side door. You will notice that if your tires are underinflated, you will experience the extra drag on your car and this translates to more fuel usage.

Follow the Recommended Maintenance

It is important to follow your car manufacturer's servicing recommendations. A vehicle that is well maintained means it will operate with greater efficiency. This not only improves your overall vehicle performance, but it will improve your fuel economy as well. Proper maintenance also means using the right octane gas and the recommended grade of motor oil. A fuel with a higher and inappropriate octane rating does not translate to more power. Using the recommended types for your vehicle will give you optimum fuel economy — and can translate to more saving for you.

Avoid carrying excess weight

Heavier vehicles require more energy to move, so carrying around excess weight will also affect your mileage. Keeping your boot or back seat clear of unnecessary items can reduce weight to your vehicle and increase fuel efficiency.

Drive smoothly

Aggressive driving can use as much as a third more fuel, so avoid accelerating or braking too hard and keep steering smoothly. The fewer heavy brakings and flooring of the accelerator, the more fuel you save. It is important to plan your trip and to avoid the rush when driving. Always give yourself extra time to get to your destination and drive in a "steady and smooth" manner. This not only gets you safely to your destination, it also helps you to save fuel.

Use the Highest Gear Possible

Changing to a higher gear to match the speed of the car is the way to go. Lowest gear yields greatest power but translates to an increase in fuel consumption. To improve your fuel economy, drive in the highest gear possible when you are cruising at a steady speed, such as on the highway.

Use Cruise Control

Using cruise control can improve your gas mileage by helping you maintain a steady speed, but only if you are driving on mostly flat roads. However, if you are in hilly terrain, you should turn off cruise. It will try to keep you up to the speed you've set and will use a lot of extra gas downshifting to lower gears to accomplish this.

Avoid excess idling

When a car is idling, it is using fuel. Turning the engine off during idle periods can help you avoid burning excess fuel. If you are waiting for your kid outside the school or waiting to pick up someone, it is more efficient to turn the engine off while you wait and then restart the car. You will save fuel.

With these tips, you will not only drastically improve your fuel efficiency and saving money but also doing your bit for our planet.

Author: by: Boon Kiat Chua
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Saturday, November 8, 2008

Car Care Basics That Anyone Can Do

By: Phoenix Delray

Contrary to the popular belief, not all car care tasks take a lot of time and require a lot of car skills. As a matter of fact, basic car care can be done by just about anyone, even those with very minimal knowledge of mechanics.

For example, regular washings are a huge part of basic car care. By keeping the outside of your car clean, you are not only keeping your car shiny and looking like new, you are keeping your paint from getting scratched. This is because the debris that can accumulate on the outside of a car over time can act as an abrasive, rubbing off the protective clear coat (if your car has one) and digging into your paint. To be sure, car care does not get much easier than taking your vehicle through a car wash!

One of the other easier components to car care involves regularly checking your oil levels. Believe it or not, you are actually supposed to do this every time you fill up your gas tank. Many people do not do this or fail to do it, and by the time they take their vehicles to a professional to have their oil changed, the engine of the car has been damaged already by the lack of oil that was available. Depending on how frequently you fill up your gas tank, you might not really need to check it each time, but you should definitely do it at least once a month as part of your car care routine.

Speaking of routine car care, when is the last time you changed your windshield washer blades? This should be done at least once a year, and it takes less than five minutes to do. Moreover, changing your windshield wiper blades is one of the most affordable and easiest components to car care. Over time, particularly in the cold winter months, the rubber on the blades can get hard and it will soon crack, scratching the glass of your windshield. Before this happens and you have to get your glass repaired, change them out.

Filling up your reservoir with windshield washer fluid is another easy car care basic. All you have to do is buy the fluid and dump it into the right tank. You do not want to fill it up with water, as when the weather gets cold the water can freeze and expand, bursting the plastic reservoir.

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