Most of us have smartphones these days, and they connect wirelessly to app stores where there are plenty of free and low cost ($1-3) mileage tracking apps. Mine even makes graphs and keeps track of the price of gas and adjusts when I just put a few dollars/gallons in rather than filling up.
I keep exploring on line and finding more info about what might be going on with these coils.
It seems it's important to have a pair of them working in harmony:
go to here
and scroll almost to the bottom of the page to where it says in RED letters "Secret 5 continuation..."
we're not trying to get or use a spark, and I'm not sure if our coils are perpendicular or parallel (or if it matters), but we are trying to get some alignment or resonance happening in the fluids (air, fuel, coolant), and if the resonances or alignments happen correctly, we should see a fairly significant increase in efficiency. each system would require custom tuning, so I would advise against the superglue and baking soda installation until you've fine tuned things.
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Videos to watch in relation to electrical current around us
The first 4 minutes may relate to the coils some installed.
This next one perplexes me.
To create an electric current with magnets:huh:
I understand many devices use this application but to see its simplicity work so well gives ideas to what we can do
as applied to the fuel line.
Maybe tweaking the coil set up will produce much better results
Those willing to attempt to play with this with new rigs might stumble on something much better.
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