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"James" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Http://Ricksdistribution.com


Yes it does... as long as you remove the throttle plate so that the
airsteam doesnt get 'straightened out' again.

Notice the TV demos are always on the dyno at WOT.

Where is the site that sells the companion engine control computer?... as
you have now turned the engine into a binary device, the ignition supply
must be switched on and off to moderate speed and power.

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On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 13:30:42 GMT, Backyard Mechanic
<[email protected]> wrote:

>"James" <[email protected]> wrote:
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>> Http://Ricksdistribution.com

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>Yes it does... as long as you remove the throttle plate so that the
>airsteam doesnt get 'straightened out' again.
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>Notice the TV demos are always on the dyno at WOT.
>
>Where is the site that sells the companion engine control computer?... as
>you have now turned the engine into a binary device, the ignition supply
>must be switched on and off to moderate speed and power.



The calender is worth a hell of a lot more than the Tornado!
At least it has no chance of being harmful to the engine. I
keep wondering what happens if one of those blades snaps off
and goes into the engine. If these things actually worked,
the owners of the patents couldn't beat the auto
manufacturers' lawyers out of their homes and offices fast
enough.

Lugnut
 
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lugnut wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 13:30:42 GMT, Backyard Mechanic
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>"James" <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>>Http://Ricksdistribution.com

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>>Yes it does... as long as you remove the throttle plate so that the
>>airsteam doesnt get 'straightened out' again.
>>
>>Notice the TV demos are always on the dyno at WOT.
>>
>>Where is the site that sells the companion engine control computer?... as
>>you have now turned the engine into a binary device, the ignition supply
>>must be switched on and off to moderate speed and power.

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> The calender is worth a hell of a lot more than the Tornado!
> At least it has no chance of being harmful to the engine. I
> keep wondering what happens if one of those blades snaps off
> and goes into the engine. If these things actually worked,
> the owners of the patents couldn't beat the auto
> manufacturers' lawyers out of their homes and offices fast
> enough.
>
> Lugnut


I actually saw the folks on one of the "fix your car" TV shows RECOMMEND the
Tornado! I couldn't believe my eyes. They installed it along with some other (actually
worthwhile) modifications and touted it's effectiveness. IIRC, it was Two Guys Garage
on the Speed Channel.
 
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Jim Warman wrote:
> While these devices rarely, if ever, do what thery are advertised as doing,
> they will do exactly what they are designed to do.... and that is to
> separate you from your money.
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>


Awww shoot. I was hoping to install as many of these things as I could until my car
actually made gas. No hope of retiring on the excess now.
 
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Tom Adkins <[email protected]> wrote:


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> I actually saw the folks on one of the "fix your car" TV shows
> RECOMMEND the
> Tornado! I couldn't believe my eyes. They installed it along with some
> other (actually worthwhile) modifications and touted it's
> effectiveness. IIRC, it was Two Guys Garage on the Speed Channel.
>


I can see it on a Carb.. or ESPECIALLY a TBI.

Ever watch those two injectors at an idle, you know it couldnt HURT!

They "inject" like an old man pees


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The huge "clear channel" radio station in my area has a car show that
advertises and supports the Tornado. There is no shame any longer.
 
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THAT AIN'T TRUE JIM!!!!!
I have a tornado, turbonator, fuel line alignment magnets, throttle body
spacer, spark plug tip extenders, air gap distributor cap, and exhaust tip
spinners on my car, and it now gets 125 mpg.. and when I put it on the dyno,
it had so much hp, that the dyno could not read it!!!! :)
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> While these devices rarely, if ever, do what thery are advertised as

doing,
> they will do exactly what they are designed to do.... and that is to
> separate you from your money.
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> "James" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >I found this site
> > Http://Ricksdistribution.com
> >
> > Does this help?
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> >

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There's the story about the guy that used all that stuff on his economy
car.... he had to stop every 50 miles and drain gas OUT of his tank.
 
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On Fri, 10 Feb 2006 22:57:21 GMT, Backyard Mechanic
<[email protected]> wrote:

>Tom Adkins <[email protected]> wrote:
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>> I actually saw the folks on one of the "fix your car" TV shows
>> RECOMMEND the
>> Tornado! I couldn't believe my eyes. They installed it along with some
>> other (actually worthwhile) modifications and touted it's
>> effectiveness. IIRC, it was Two Guys Garage on the Speed Channel.
>>

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>I can see it on a Carb.. or ESPECIALLY a TBI.
>
>Ever watch those two injectors at an idle, you know it couldnt HURT!
>
>They "inject" like an old man pees


Hey! I resemble that remark!
Chuck (in SC)
 
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