Article published in the weekly Auto Plus 895 issue of 1er November 2005
This box is part of a more comprehensive article to test different "economizers" of fuel placed on the market.
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Our opinion on this article is as follows: "It is quite remarkable that only the water doping has a good result in consumption, the other economizers being simply" bogus "but the test has noticed an overpollution to the slowing (probably due to the excess water injected and the non optimization of the assembly) "
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In all cases the tests were made on an "amateur" construction ... imagine the results on a "real" proto made by the manufacturers .... ?
In addition we do not know the test protocol followed for the depollution ... if it was done at idle (maximum suction in the bubbler and minimum temperature in the reactor) it is not surprising to note such results ... inject a large amount of water in an engine is not going to favor the combustion..Although on the contrary.
In addition the pollution test is done in static and probably with engine idle, which does not promote the performance of the pantone ..
It is still super satisfying to see an amateur editing tested by auto-plus with such a good result. For the imbrulé, nothing astonishing. Between the non-optimization of the engine and the rest, it was to be expected.
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