Engine Conditioner Improves Fuel Efficiency Up To 15 Percent and Significantly Reduces Vehicle Emissions
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Fuel Freedom International (FFi) today released the results from extensive testing of FFi's MPG-CAP(TM) organic engine conditioner caplets, confirming that the caplets improve an engine's fuel economy by as much as 15 percent. The test, by an independent lab, supports FFi's claims that the MPG-CAP(TM) improves an engine's internal combustion process thus increasing engine efficiency, improving power, and greatly reducing harmful smog emissions.
"Part of Fuel Freedom's philosophy is to reduce the impact vehicles have on the environment and boost fuel efficiency for cars, trucks, boats, farm equipment, generators and other engines," said Randy Ray, CEO of Fuel Freedom International. "These results are great news for consumers interested in reducing the impact all types of gasoline- and diesel-powered engines have on the environment, while saving money at the pump."
Started in November 2005, FFi has grown into an international company, generating thousands of satisfied consumers each week through a network of more than 230,000 distributors in 224 countries and territories including Japan, Brazil, Great Britain, Korea, Mexico, Australia, Uganda, and Thailand.
"While we've had great testimonials from thousands of customers since we started the company, it is great to have yet another laboratory prove that MPG-CAPS can improve gas mileage and help families reduce their fuel costs," continued Mr. Ray. "With these test results and our 100% money-back guarantee, everyone should be using this product."
Fuel Freedom International takes pride in environmental consciousness and earth friendly products. The use of the MPG-CAP(TM) has spread wider and faster than predicted, resulting in an explosive growth of the Florida-based company. The product has been in demand and the business opportunity fulfills a desire by many to be entrepreneurs. Independent distributors have an entire line of ECO-friendly products designed specifically to provide excellent results and preserve the environment.
To test the product, a 2005 Dodge Dakota was tested on both a Mustang 1100 Dynamometer and a road course with untreated fuel. The vehicle reached a maximum horsepower of 158.1 HP and the average road mileage was 18.6 miles per gallon. After conditioning the engine, the vehicle was tested again using the same procedures. The maximum horsepower reached 164.3 HP and average road mileage was calculated at 20.81 miles per gallon. The results showed an overall increase in power and fuel efficiency.
For best results, MPG-CAPS must be used in specific quantities to your fuel tank capacity and in precise measurements. For more information about product usage, please visit http://www.myffi.biz/t-MPG-CAPS.aspx MPG-CAPS are sold in packages of ten for $20.95.
About Fuel Freedom International
Based in Altamonte Springs, Florida, Fuel Freedom International (FFi) is a global company operating in 224 countries and territories, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Uganda, Great Britain, Ireland, the EU, Australia, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong. Operations are run by independent distributors located throughout the world, with a global network exceeding 230,000 distributors. For more information on MPG-CAPS and how to become an FFi distributor, visit http://www.myffi.biz. To find a distributor near you, call 1-800-493-9877.