My biggist complain is the mileage.
I keep detailed mpg records for my 1998 Trooper.
I drive gently and mostly local. I get about 10 mpg on local, close to 19 on hightway. I even get
9 mpg in cold winter.
I came across this fuel saving product: Hercules Jr. Fuel Activators. Anyone heard of it?
This section described the "activation process"
It says the ceramic material "emmits electrons without outside energy source" and that "the material is stable". They need to select one or the other. If the lab results are true, then you need to get a far infrared source, not an inert piece of ceramic.
I think the lab results may be true under certain controlled conditions, however, you can't get something for nothing. The lab must have used an actual powered source of this ionizing radiation.
Electrons have mass, if they are always leaving the ceramic in high enough concentrations to make some difference in the fuel, the ceramics muct be loosing weight and therefore the material is actively decaying.
Maybe the inventor wanted to sell this thing but could not get insurance for providing an electric device that has gasoline in it to the public, then the marketing people got ahold of it and they will sell anything people will buy.
Still, I think it is worth its price which just happens to be free = zero dollars! But of course they want to charge $5 shipping. IF not satisfied send it back for a complete refund, except for the shipping charges!!!