Khaos GAS SAVER!---bisdak's review [post your reviews here]

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Khaos GAS SAVER!---bisdak's review [post your reviews here]

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    Default Khaos GAS SAVER!---bisdak's review [post your reviews here]


    With the high prices of fuel karon, I'm opening up this topic [again- if naa na nisauna]...I've read a lot of comments on this from the other forums and theories of this from several websites.. Now, sugdan daw nato ug pahimo ug review katong mga nakagamit na ani....I haven't tried it yet so mas nice unta if kinsa tong nakagamit mo-post sa ilang review on this product, pinoy product, which is currently being manufactured in other countries, too.

    ABS-CBN News Online article on Khaos Super Gas Saver
    Khaos Super Gas Saver :: by Khao Fuel Solutions Inc.

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    doesn't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajol View Post
    doesn't work
    could you share a bit sa imong experience boss?

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    karaan na man kaayo ni.

    If tinuod pa ni, gi integrate na unta ni sa mga brand new cars karong panahona. If dili man gani ma integrate due to patent issues, why not a variant version?

    It really does not work.

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    Any similar nga design will work when tuned properly.
    Possible reason makaingon ka wala mi work kay ang nag install wala gi tune ug sakto. Kung kasabot ka unsay gamit ana nga device and not just knowing nga fuel saver na, labing siguro mag himo ra gyud ka ug imong version sa device. Pero para sa mga di na gusto mohunahuna pa, taud nalang deretso, mas maayo ipataud gyud na ninyo sa makamao ug nakasabot unsaon ug apply sa device aron di lang masayang inyong gi gasto ug palit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vernie View Post
    Any similar nga design will work when tuned properly.
    Possible reason makaingon ka wala mi work kay ang nag install wala gi tune ug sakto. Kung kasabot ka unsay gamit ana nga device and not just knowing nga fuel saver na, labing siguro mag himo ra gyud ka ug imong version sa device. Pero para sa mga di na gusto mohunahuna pa, taud nalang deretso, mas maayo ipataud gyud na ninyo sa makamao ug nakasabot unsaon ug apply sa device aron di lang masayang inyong gi gasto ug palit.
    hmnn.. I haven't tried it yet but I don't think this will work with electronically controlled fuel injections.....
    most likely, this could work with carby-fed engines lang.. but then again, you can play with your carb engines in tuning it, too.....

    did your fuel saver worked boss vernie?

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    It will work on fuel injected but you have to fool the ECU not to get the correct reading from the oxygen sensor. Any similar air bleed device will do instead of the khaos.

    My fuel saver project (not a khaos) did work great with 165% improvement on a highway (with few stop and go) test drive. Test drive route was Caltex Banilad-foodland to Danao then back to Caltex Banilad-foodland, that's a 65.1km distance two hours and 1 minute trip with a few minutes stop over in Titay's Liloan . Fuel consumption was 2.384liters of Caltex Silver.
    I'm planning of another test drive on the same route sometime this month.

    Quote Originally Posted by poy View Post
    hmnn.. I haven't tried it yet but I don't think this will work with electronically controlled fuel injections.....
    most likely, this could work with carby-fed engines lang.. but then again, you can play with your carb engines in tuning it, too.....

    did your fuel saver worked boss vernie?

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    what did you use with your "fooling" around with the ecu boss?
    You can do that with a simple resistor with the correct specs man 'di ba? and connected to a specific pins.
    But what the resistor does is to fool your ECU nga daghan daw ang air going into your engine...
    So what the ECU does is give more fuel, more than the normal air/fuel ratio thereby making the mixture rich...

    'di ba mas kalas man ni for short drives?..... the best mixture is already computed and is programmed in your engine's ECU......I think ok ra na as an additional power...but not for economy...

    Would you mind sharing your experiment boss?

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    Wala ko nag implement ani nga setup on fuel injected kay carburetor ra gamit sa car nako pero naa koy friend nakasulay ug setup sa fuel injected ug naka save gyud. Ang ilaron ani ang ECU not to receive a signal that will indicate naay daghang hangin misulod or more oxygen ang nadetect sa oxygen sensor. If more oxygen ang nadawat nga signal, labing siguro mo add pud ug fuel. Kasagaran fuel mixture sa fuel injected is more on the richer side gamay then kulang pud ang ignition timing mao kalas fuel. If you can advance your ignition timing and go a little leaner on the fuel mixture (as long pwede ra sa type of fuel nga gigamit), you can save some fuel.

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    hehehe... but advancing the ignition timing more will require a much a little bit expensive nga fuel, like shell v-power o kanang mga tag-as ug octane rating nga gasoline...

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