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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 3:59 am 
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Anyone heard of the Firestorm Spark Plugs? their supposedly very fuel efficient, burns close to 100% of the petrol in the engine (if not 100% of the fuel) and is never replaced. Due to the fact that it burns "100%" of the petrol u get more power out of ur engine and better fuel economy, far less air pollution (supposedly u don't need a catalytic converter) is created and the Air to Fuel ratio is better.
Check out the website or search for Firestorm Spark Plugs in yahoo.

http://www.robertstanley.biz/firestorm.htm

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 12:22 pm 
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mmmm

there is a saying if it is too good to be true it usally is not true or somethign


yes looks good but a 40:1 air fuel ratio?? wtf and it dont wear out?
lots of questions there

and since when do modern cars have EGR LOL

 

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 1:50 pm 
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i wouldn't have a clue hahaha. but all i know is that these sparkies seem good. but noone wants to manufacture them due to the fact that the company won't make any money if they users don't need to replace them. but anywho just letting u all know.

 

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 4:00 pm 
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they had these/something like this on Today Tonight. an aussie bloke has some thing that u plug onto ur existing injectors and is ment to save u 20% on fuel... costs around 400 to 600 bux to have it installed
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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 7:07 pm 
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they had these/something like this on Today Tonight. an aussie bloke has some thing that u plug onto ur existing injectors and is ment to save u 20% on fuel... costs around 400 to 600 bux to have it installed


That'sthe Vaporate, different thing. There under $300 for the kits from Repco for Falcon.s

 

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 8:10 pm 
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phongus wrote:
Anyone heard of the Firestorm Spark Plugs? their supposedly very fuel efficient, burns close to 100% of the petrol in the engine (if not 100% of the fuel) and is never replaced. Due to the fact that it burns "100%" of the petrol u get more power out of ur engine and better fuel economy, far less air pollution (supposedly u don't need a catalytic converter) is created and the Air to Fuel ratio is better.
Check out the website or search for Firestorm Spark Plugs in yahoo.

http://www.robertstanley.biz/firestorm.htm

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from my understanding is that if u burned %100 of your fuel u would get around 1000kms to a tank :shock:
i wouldnt believe it

 

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 9:16 pm 
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and i wonder how it would work with LPG...
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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 10:47 pm 
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i dunno the in detail specifics but supposedly their great, i mean if they are made id love to get my hands on those. and yes it would mean that ur fuel efficency would be much much better. but since u get more power, that means u might push the pedal much more often and harder.

 

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Posted: Sun May 29, 2005 10:54 pm 
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I don't get how some small time mob manages to come up with this technology, when Bosch, Champion and NGK who pump a lot of money into there development miss it. Sounds like poo poo to me. I'm not saying it doesn't happen though, anythings possiable I guess, but I'd want proof first!
And no matter what plug your running all your fuels not gunna burn if the cars running rich on fuel, it can only all burn if there's enough air to match it in ratio.

 

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Posted: Mon May 30, 2005 12:42 pm 
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phongus wrote:
Anyone heard of the Firestorm Spark Plugs? their supposedly very fuel efficient, burns close to 100% of the petrol in the engine (if not 100% of the fuel) and is never replaced. Due to the fact that it burns "100%" of the petrol u get more power out of ur engine and better fuel economy, far less air pollution (supposedly u don't need a catalytic converter) is created and the Air to Fuel ratio is better.
Check out the website or search for Firestorm Spark Plugs in yahoo.

http://www.robertstanley.biz/firestorm.htm

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You could charge $100ea for them and have 50,000,000 people buy them world wide. I wouldn't know what could possibly stop you from making them 8-)
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I don't get how some small time mob manages to come up with this technology, when Bosch, Champion and NGK who pump a lot of money into there development miss it. Sounds like poo poo to me. I'm not saying it doesn't happen though, anythings possiable I guess, but I'd want proof first!
And no matter what plug your running all your fuels not gunna burn if the cars running rich on fuel, it can only all burn if there's enough air to match it in ratio.


twew232aswqr3 all the plug companies make are plugs that are REPLACEABLE! ie wear out
so they can continue to make $$$

 

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it is possible to burn all of it. i asked my lecturer and went through the chemical process and it seemed to work. but in a perfect world u can burn all of it and with this sparkies u could probably burn about 80% of the fuel if not slightly more.

as Disco Frank said, companies are there for the money. if its not lucrative u don't make it. they can make a one off lucrative sale but after that it'll just plummet.

money makes the world go round :lol:

 

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Posted: Mon May 30, 2005 7:04 pm 
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twr7cx wrote:
I don't get how some small time mob manages to come up with this technology, when Bosch, Champion and NGK who pump a lot of money into there development miss it.
And no matter what plug your running all your fuels not gunna burn if the cars running rich on fuel, it can only all burn if there's enough air to match it in ratio.



Dont forget it is not in there best interest to suppy something that doesnt need replacing, bad business sense :P

and i agree with the 2nd part of your comment :P

well if it does work good luck to them, its much like the guy from wa who made brakes that didnt need replacing
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hahaha....no

Imagin trying to tune the dam thing!!!
LOL

I have a crane multispark ignition and 4 post plugs, and if they dont burn enough fuel, then f**k me dead!


I reccon if "all" the fuel was burnt, imagin how hot everything would get!

 

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