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    Default Broquet Fuel Catalyst



    I saw this in the M.O. but not many reviews. So i thought a poll might help those undecided to make a decision faster.

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    why do u think 2 lead balls in the tank will make your bike run faster???

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by stsoh View Post
    why do u think 2 lead balls in the tank will make your bike run faster???
    Well, i'm also curious about its mechanism of action. But a few riders claimed an increased in fuel consumption of up to 40km/L.

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    maybe should wait for more review..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5tr4ng3r View Post
    Well, i'm also curious about its mechanism of action. But a few riders claimed an increased in fuel consumption of up to 40km/L.
    what do u think??
    if this thing stay in the tank n do nothing, do u think it works?
    we learn science in school, two chemicals mixed will cause reaction n change it's compositions.
    this thing can stay in your tank for a long time n do nothing.
    i did brought this thing after all these ppl say it works.
    all these ppl who say it works r B.u.l.l. S.h.i.t.t.i.n.g.
    nothing happens n it did nothing, can't get refund.
    if u want to waste your money go ahead n waste your money.
    i already did it, wasted my money.

    here's how u can save money on fuel:
    if u always travel at 100 kph, reduce speed to 80 kph can save 10% of your avg FC.
    further FC saving of 10% avg if reduce to constant 60 kph.
    reason is fuel burnt at a constant rate,
    so the higher revolutions of the engine turns means there is lesser time for fuel to burn,
    thus pump out more fuel.
    Last edited by stsoh; 22-08-2007 at 01:34 AM.

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    sigh.. too bad.. lots of ppl out there believes that it works... i dont... unless there is documentation.. PROOF!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by retro View Post
    sigh.. too bad.. lots of ppl out there believes that it works... i dont... unless there is documentation.. PROOF!!
    True, i would need documents to prove its claims too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5tr4ng3r View Post
    True, i would need documents to prove its claims too.
    how i wish the manufacturer could give us a live demo on the dyno on how much extra power the pellets could give us... i really cant believe how a few balls could increase power and increase economy.....
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    Many countries wouldn't be able to sell this, no proof, essentially ripping off the consumers
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    Quote Originally Posted by singkiwi View Post
    Many countries wouldn't be able to sell this, no proof, essentially ripping off the consumers
    yeah... think those countries have those consumer protection schemes or something like that... no proof no sell!!!
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    well, i have heard both positive and negative remarks on the product...

    to me, just like alot of other products out there (like the voltage stabilisers, grounding kits, etc)

    there has no hard facts / documentation / research on them and hence, people who buy it, roll the dice and take your chances...



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    Quote Originally Posted by 5tr4ng3r View Post
    Well, i'm also curious about its mechanism of action. But a few riders claimed an increased in fuel consumption of up to 40km/L.
    I agree on that.
    Cos i ever put that one on my R1.
    Before use that Broquet, my mileage when start to reserve is 190.
    Aft becomes to 220-230..
    quite a jump though
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    for a start, no effect until u pump yr petrol full for the 3 time, then u will se changes. Thats happen to my R1
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    don't base on your reserve light.
    your reserve sensor is very sensitive to positive displacement in your fuel tank.
    it means tat when you put in the balls in the tank, fuel level will rise.

    for example:
    take a measuring glass with markings, pour in a 100 ml of water.
    put in those balls in the measuring glass, check water level.
    water level will rise according to the balls' volume (size) = positive displacement.

    u should measure in term of mileage over litre of fuel comsumed.

    for example:
    if u travel 240 km and pumped 15 litre of fuel, 240/15 = 16km/l.

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    A member, BlackHonda, posted this in the thread of a member who is selling off a 2nd hand Broquet. Just thought of sharing it here...
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    I don't believe it

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    Quote Originally Posted by redders View Post
    I agree on that.
    Cos i ever put that one on my R1.
    Before use that Broquet, my mileage when start to reserve is 190.
    Aft becomes to 220-230..
    quite a jump though
    what bike u riding? how many cc? ur petrol tank capacity? how many pellets u put? hehe please advise thanks!


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    i dun think it save petrol soo i got it but another brand but i check already all is almost same shape or look same type one...its just maybe abit diff cuz when u ride u will jaga your fuel more to see mileage maybe u nv wack den more mileage....waste of money seriously
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    unless i see some certified laboratory conducted experiment results that do show that under the "same loading conditions" that the Broquet works - no I will never buy...Sorry - being an engineer by training - i need to see proof of claims. in fact - the problem in Singapore is that there is not much legal implication if you did not fulfil your claims. In other countries - you'd have to prove your claims...I don't think its the same here....

    That's the reason why I've only bought one brand of fuel additive here cos the manufacturer actually published the test report...so far - so good.
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    vespaboy whats the brand of fuel additive that ur using? care to share with us?

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    i'm using the STR2020 - it seems to work for my bike - got it from one of fellow forumer.
    my experience is this:
    Mitsubishi lancer - my half tank is typically 220km
    when i added the stuff - it goes to about 250 thereabouts.
    then i did not add it - back to 220 {just to test}
    then added it back - back to 250

    So i guess it works for my car - not sure about my bike though cos the start stop traffic makes it hard to gauge whereas for my car - my travel is basically weekend running around plus 2 trips from town to woodlands.

    You guys have to decide for yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vespaboy View Post
    i'm using the STR2020 - it seems to work for my bike - got it from one of fellow forumer.
    my experience is this:
    Mitsubishi lancer - my half tank is typically 220km
    when i added the stuff - it goes to about 250 thereabouts.
    then i did not add it - back to 220 {just to test}
    then added it back - back to 250

    So i guess it works for my car - not sure about my bike though cos the start stop traffic makes it hard to gauge whereas for my car - my travel is basically weekend running around plus 2 trips from town to woodlands.

    You guys have to decide for yourself.
    So your half tank is how many liters?
    If based on the fuel gauge.....Your half tank you pump today till full maybe 20l
    today.
    21l tomorrow and 22l 1 week ago and you concluded the result using your half tank...????
    Dont tell us you everytime pump half tank swee swee XXl....
    Yeah we should decided ourselves when people used funny ways to prove it...
    But from lots of review I found that most users got results for the first few tankful after which most would go back to same FC as before and they think they are more throttle happy....
    Hmmm That y I think the coating covering the balls should have some effects to make the user happy for few tanks...
    That's about it...
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    really got no effect arh
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    so there is no effect ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by penciljack View Post
    so there is no effect ?
    There is but depends on individual bike...

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    no effect for my SP... if it was so amazing, they would come pre-installed on any vehicle....
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    wah i dono y this thing happen!! why are ppl spoiling the seller's sales?! i do not know the seller... but i do use broquet... on my aprilia rs125 2005... and on my hyundai getz 1.6M 2006 and on my aprilia rs125 2007 and going to use for all my future cars/bikes!

    im gona tell u guys my record of using this broquet! believe it or not its your problem... im only a sastified user...

    abt myself... im a very particular person when it comes to FC... i will try and test all sorts of things which can help my FC in the right way...

    on my 1st bike...
    aprilia rs125 (2005 version)
    - used broquet 2t version bought at 59bucks... from fc of 18-19km/L became 23-24km/L... and no change of riding style... moreover i always check the damn FC every single time i pump petrol.. and always pump the same way same style same quantity to minimise the difference in results!

    - on my hyundai getz 1.6M (2006 version)
    used broquet in-line Bt30 cost me $380!
    from 10-11km/L im getting a constant 14+-15+KM/L!!!
    and for your info im always on esso 8000 for what ever car/bike! i even try with this car with esso 5000 and i still get 15+ km/L!!!

    - next is my aprilia rs125 (2007 version)
    used the in tank 2T version forgot bought how much but cheaper this time..
    from 20km/L it became 22-23km/L dono why lesser improvements this time but still helps! results are constant so i trust it!


    therefore i just wanna say that... even for myself i dun understand how this damn thing work! BUT it is proved usefull... at least to all my car/bikes...

    so its up to u to decide and stop spoiling ppl's sales... they are just trying to make a living! and they are not CONNING ppl by any means! Get a life spoilers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hachi View Post
    So your half tank is how many liters?
    If based on the fuel gauge.....Your half tank you pump today till full maybe 20l
    today.
    21l tomorrow and 22l 1 week ago and you concluded the result using your half tank...????
    Dont tell us you everytime pump half tank swee swee XXl....
    Yeah we should decided ourselves when people used funny ways to prove it...
    But from lots of review I found that most users got results for the first few tankful after which most would go back to same FC as before and they think they are more throttle happy....
    Hmmm That y I think the coating covering the balls should have some effects to make the user happy for few tanks...
    That's about it...
    lolx.. diff people diff point of views... but i pump to the brim everytime i pump my petrol...

    so I'm sure about my petrol is full every time.. Of cuz.. FC remains the same..

    Quote Originally Posted by gohjohan View Post
    There is but depends on individual bike...
    yup.. i agreed... some people tot it's MAGIC.. den they start to wack when they put in.. and FC remains the same.. and they say.. no use lei...

    Quote Originally Posted by rocklobster View Post
    no effect for my SP... if it was so amazing, they would come pre-installed on any vehicle....
    lolx.. pre-installed? tell me.. which bike comes pre-installed?

    I would love to ask that company if REALLY comes pre-install..

    Quote Originally Posted by Sorrie4u View Post
    wah i dono y this thing happen!! why are ppl spoiling the seller's sales?! i do not know the seller... but i do use broquet... on my aprilia rs125 2005... and on my hyundai getz 1.6M 2006 and on my aprilia rs125 2007 and going to use for all my future cars/bikes!

    im gona tell u guys my record of using this broquet! believe it or not its your problem... im only a sastified user...

    abt myself... im a very particular person when it comes to FC... i will try and test all sorts of things which can help my FC in the right way...

    on my 1st bike...
    aprilia rs125 (2005 version)
    - used broquet 2t version bought at 59bucks... from fc of 18-19km/L became 23-24km/L... and no change of riding style... moreover i always check the damn FC every single time i pump petrol.. and always pump the same way same style same quantity to minimise the difference in results!

    - on my hyundai getz 1.6M (2006 version)
    used broquet in-line Bt30 cost me $380!
    from 10-11km/L im getting a constant 14+-15+KM/L!!!
    and for your info im always on esso 8000 for what ever car/bike! i even try with this car with esso 5000 and i still get 15+ km/L!!!

    - next is my aprilia rs125 (2007 version)
    used the in tank 2T version forgot bought how much but cheaper this time..
    from 20km/L it became 22-23km/L dono why lesser improvements this time but still helps! results are constant so i trust it!


    therefore i just wanna say that... even for myself i dun understand how this damn thing work! BUT it is proved usefull... at least to all my car/bikes...

    so its up to u to decide and stop spoiling ppl's sales... they are just trying to make a living! and they are not CONNING ppl by any means! Get a life spoilers!
    yup yup.. I went to carefour and even saw this product on the shelf!! It's MORE expensive that what our brothers here is selling to us.. haixx.. Some people just dunno... what's good things doesn't come cheap.. But.. it's NOT ex also what.. I buy revtec already $60? I buy my STP products every 2 months at least $30? for better rev ONLY... not better FC... I tried some other products... CMI.. for my bike.. FC worsen.. rev worsen..

    BUT.. I heard SUPER positive feedbacks about them.. all my friends using it and they also say FC is great!! but my bike cannot take that.. so I reckon wat gohjohan say " There is but depends on individual bike..." is true...

    but of cuz, since this product doesn't burn a huge pocket in your hole.. why not? unless it's 2xx ~3xx like some products.. den abit risky.. but this one..

    Up to each of us... I find it good and best of all, you NO Need to change!! no need to top up!!
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    haha....
    different ppl have different opinions...
    but before any one start blabbering (but I think already did...)
    Let me share my personal experience

    Most importantly, You must used the correct in tank unit for the correct application.
    I used Broquet way before any one started selling, commenting or even using in this forum.
    the guy I brought from was from the agent & trust me they are not very well versed in motorbikes.

    I brought an In tanks units aka 5T for my ZX12R then....
    there was not much of a significant improvement because I'm using the wrong in-tank unit...
    I should be using "much more" to feel the different

    Nonetheless, I took out the in-tank unit (while spray painting my ride) & transfer the in tank unit (Left with 2 pellets, wonder where the other 3 gone to. should have reacted with the petrol since it is a catalyst. Nvm that ...lol) to my spare bike Modenas Kriss
    Straight away I felt the difference!!!!!
    Increase in mileage !!!! & Most importantly increase in performance!!!
    My pick up & top speed increase. Originally top speed was 110km/h on straight road, 120km/h down slope before Broquet. After Broquet was 120km/h on straignt road & 130km/h down slope.
    Bike was in the same conditon throughout the with & without Broquet "experiment"

    also I heard some people commenting on proving with dynocharts...
    I believe there already are a few charts for cars & bikes available by the agent promoting the product.

    I personally heard from my previous mechanic at Ubi (motorfactors)
    He told me that I brought a expensive but good product.
    He did a dyno run for his customer Suzuki GSXR1000 k5 (i think)
    The bike is heavily modded or should I say modified to the maximuim....
    the bike had a good dyno run but the owner was not "happy" enough thus my mechanic recommend putting Broquet
    guess what the dyno chart diff from the previous. Saw an increase in the HP output by around 2 to 3.
    It may not sound a lot but it did increase at least....

    Well that is what my mechanic told me & i did not see it personally.
    but with what i personally experience is I 100% support the product!!!

    Well I believe with so many voices here, maybe someone can write a suggestion to Broquet to have a live dyno testing & I believe the agent would but after testing would anyone buy if it is so successful??

    Any way it is not a expectionally cheap product. also come to think of it, with the typicial Singaporean attitude (which I get pissed off with even though i'm a Singaporean) if it not "working" will so many people be using it?
    so meaning there are many idoits on the road?? or many monkeys on the road since monkeys see monkeys do?? If product is a failure will it be surviving so long until now...???

    Used it, Experienced it & Thumb up for Broquet....

    Cheers to all!!!!
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    hmm.. im thinking of i shld buy these fuel saving stuffs also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoek View Post
    hmm.. im thinking of i shld buy these fuel saving stuffs also.
    just buy lah.. since not super ex..
    Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks...

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    A catalyst is widely used in automotive industries.. In fact most vehicles has it.. People just dont realise.. Its commonly used in exhuast to increase its chemical reaction rate by lowering its activation level.. Fyi, not all air fuel mixture is burn after it exits the combustion chamber... Commonly known as backfire, flames from aftermarket exhaust.. These people dont really care if you burn more or less petrol.. What these people really care is the emission... Hope this explain why all vehicles doesnt comes with in tank units.. Im not trying to support broquet as ive tested many other fuel catalyst in the market.. And it all works the same way.. To increase the rate of chemical reaction... This is not an octane booster.. Scientific explanation are all over the web.. Do read up for better understanding..
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    I also did another test on those pour in tank.. Small bottles sold at 2 dollars each.. Consumers should be careful of these products.. Technically, it works by lubricating your piston and walls.. So you get better compression.. More power.. But what you dont know is that after sometime.. Your fuel injectors or Carb jets get clogged by the solution itself.. The carb or FI give less fuel.. And yes you Save fuel, lose power.. Carbs and FI arent built to supply lubricants..
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    Quote Originally Posted by yinghai View Post
    I also did another test on those pour in tank.. Small bottles sold at 2 dollars each.. Consumers should be careful of these products.. Technically, it works by lubricating your piston and walls.. So you get better compression.. More power.. But what you dont know is that after sometime.. Your fuel injectors or Carb jets get clogged by the solution itself.. The carb or FI give less fuel.. And yes you Save fuel, lose power.. Carbs and FI arent built to supply lubricants..
    haha.. i fully agreed on this.. i tried one.. instead of boast.. it gives me lagging and etc.. I have to use another product to "counter" it so that my combustion is better..

    as for broquet catalyst.. I find that it works for my bike.. so just grab one and try it out.. it's not ex nor have to refill every refill..
    Kindly read thru at least the intro section first before decide to post any comments.... thanks...

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    User friendly product. Useful and easy to use. I am a happy user.
    Safety come First

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    I have bought not once but twice from vtec88 on this product he is sellin , Broquet ! All for my bike , the 8 pcs and 2 pcs ! Initially all i wanted for is just the smoothness when clutch out when changin gears , i ask around from my friends who had fix broquet to their CARS and the results are all not just less fuel consumption but also the smoothness . From what he told me , he used to feel the slight jerk when he step off his car pedal and back on especially on hot and sunny day but not durin night time . But after he fix this broquet thing he felt the jerk is milder and more responsive , anyway he fix those long tube type . My friend got himself two of those things and now his car seriously do not have those jerk that he mention earlier , i sat beside him when he explain to me ! That is why i am so interested in findin out wat can it do to my bike . But those long tube broquet my friend bought got 20 to 40 pcs in them per tube and they are fix directly to the fuel line so im not sure that explains the significant save in his fuel usage .
    Anyway the 8 pcs i bought and drop to my tank really have the immediate respond and the smoothness that i am lookin for and the fuel usage did help a bit , about 20 to 30 km more but as i said i wanted the smoothness in the first place and the xtra milage is a bonus to me . Thats y i bought another 2 pcs !!
    Anyway im a happy user and im riding R1 yr 07 with pc3 and akra end can !!

    Ps ; Thanks for all those bro that take their time to read this

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    i bought the broquet fuel catalyst for my GSXR 600.. the distance i can travel before the fuel tank hits the reserve increase by about 20-30km more.. also find engine response much smoother.. am glad with the product and never look back.. a great investment for all bikers..
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    A satisfied user here. After using it, the fc improved and my riding style still the same b4 using this product. For user out there using the product, there's always different point of views positive and negative. For ppl who are hestitating whether to use it should get 1 to try it yourself to see the differences, I wouldn't say it's cheap but it's affordable. Let's not be afraid because of the negative reviews, things don't work 1 way it could be the other way round. Example a product with lots of positive reviews may not seem to be, the only answer is get 1 and try it yourself. Cheers bro

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    Well ive tried it b4 when i was offered money back guarantee so i tot why not?
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    Seller claim i will see the difference not more than 6th time i top up my tank.

    Even after more than 10 times topping up still no changes or improvement so i called up and retuen back the product and get my refund
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    I have try it on several bike,only works on bike that have high mileage , those riding brand new bike it have no effect.

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    Hi bros, I'm a happy user of this product on my very old Yamaha RXK. 10q bro VTEC Derek man........
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    from what me and few brother understand , this few ball not only dun give u extra mileage and give u more power , after sometime , like few weeks , it will produce a powder that will circulate in ur carlbrautor , which will slowly flow to ur carlbrautor for combustion , den will slowly clot up ur carlbrautor , the small hole which cannot be wash will be fill with it in no time , den u need do overhaul , hahahas , but before that , u will feel that ur bike more and more powerless , just my 2cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YangKru View Post
    from what me and few brother understand , this few ball not only dun give u extra mileage and give u more power , after sometime , like few weeks , it will produce a powder that will circulate in ur carlbrautor , which will slowly flow to ur carlbrautor for combustion , den will slowly clot up ur carlbrautor , the small hole which cannot be wash will be fill with it in no time , den u need do overhaul , hahahas , but before that , u will feel that ur bike more and more powerless , just my 2cents.
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    great product guys... not very expensive too... bought a set of B2T for my runner a while back. was going at 19km per liter b4 this product(if you're wondering y so bad it's becuz of the modz done to my transmission). now it's 24km per liter even with the same riding style. so impress that i just got another set from derek over the wkend. tks derek

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    Quote Originally Posted by YangKru View Post
    from what me and few brother understand , this few ball not only dun give u extra mileage and give u more power , after sometime , like few weeks , it will produce a powder that will circulate in ur carlbrautor , which will slowly flow to ur carlbrautor for combustion , den will slowly clot up ur carlbrautor , the small hole which cannot be wash will be fill with it in no time , den u need do overhaul , hahahas , but before that , u will feel that ur bike more and more powerless , just my 2cents.
    Not to mention why would I want lead balls in my petrol. Which, since the late 80s' doesn't contain lead.

    More FC, more power? DIY mods and tuning are free, All resources are on the internet and in hardware stores

    Not to mention the mass marketing is annoying everywhere on the forums where proper petrolheads are teaching newer riders the science of internal combustion engines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sashie View Post
    Serious?
    just buy a set and put it in ur bike lor ,
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    Hmmm Intersting product.

    Maybe I should try the USA equivilent.

    In States, they have the Fitch fuel catalyst. Same concept. Tin alloy pellets.

    Think I should order from amazon. It's a TWIN pack for 45 USD.

    TWIN PACK = 2 x 5 pallets cage unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YangKru View Post
    from what me and few brother understand , this few ball not only dun give u extra mileage and give u more power , after sometime , like few weeks , it will produce a powder that will circulate in ur carlbrautor , which will slowly flow to ur carlbrautor for combustion , den will slowly clot up ur carlbrautor , the small hole which cannot be wash will be fill with it in no time , den u need do overhaul , hahahas , but before that , u will feel that ur bike more and more powerless , just my 2cents.

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    I had bgt from vtec 88 for my 2002 S4 and then 2006 FZ6N, with that I tried on my 2007Estima, proves remarkable change in FC for the better, thinking to put on my 2001 Suzuki Epicuro 150 and 2009 Peugeot 107 soon enough...uuupppsss to you bro, yr loyal buyer

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    So far, i feel my bike a whole lot less grumpy when in high rev n the FC has definitely increased. glad i got the product.

    im no scientist or bike pro, but i do believe i can calculate my FC well enuff. =)

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