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Monthly Archives: April 2017

If you own a Detroit Diesel 14L Don’t Read this Blog

Yes, we just finished running a year long analysis with a Vapster-Diesel SDL-8800M on a Columbia Freightliner with a 14L Series 60 Detroit Diesel engine.  We don’t want any owners embarrassed because they could have saved 15% on their fuel bill.  This is why if you own a 2001-2009 Detroit Diesel 14L in a Freightliner or other Cab we don’t want to read to post.

This is the baseline on a 2007 Freightliner Columbia 14L Detroit Diesel from April 2016 before the Vapster-Diesel SDL8800M Fuel Conditioning System was added.  We are showing two pictures of the data collected so you can choose which is easier to read.

Baseline for 14L Detroit Diesel

Second Picture Showing Chart of Baseline MPG’s One Year Ago

The average MPG”S for the baseline one year ago was 6.568 say 6.6 MPGs for this 2007 Freightliner Columbia.  Normal hauling weight 70-80K lbs.  The baseline for this truck was recalculated six months later and showed around 6.8 MPG’s

 

 

 

The next pictures show the results of the MPG’s at the end of the study with the Vapster-Diesel SDL8800M on the same vehicle.  The Vapster-Diesel is a patented onboard sustainable Fuel Conditioning System.

Vapster-Diesel Results on the same Detroit Diesel 14L

 

Vapster-Diesel MPG’s on the same Detroit Diesel

 

 

 

 

 

The Fuel Mileage Results for the Detroit Diesel

with the Vapster-Diesel Fuel conditioning system at the end of the testing cycle averaged 7.69 MPG.

The difference between the baseline and the new Fuel Mileage with the Vapster-Diesel SDL8800M is 17% improvement.  So if you spent say $45,000 on your fuel for the year you could have saved $7,650 with the Vapster-Diesel Fuel Conditioning System.   If you are interested in sticking some fuel money in your pocket contact us.   For trucks running in Florida make an appointment to have a unit installed!!!!

 

Vapster-Diesel Scores a Win at Watkins Glen Raceway

On April 7, 2017 at the Watkins Glen International Raceway the race participants were entered into the 2017 Toyota Green Grand Prix.  It was snowing but that did not deter the enthusiasm for the race participants.  There were all kinds of entrys from pure electric cars, hybrids, pure gasoline, modified diesels, SUVs, and stock.   The goal of the 2 hour race was to run the event on the least amount of fuel as possible.  All of the vehicles were equipted with transponders to measure distance and speed.  At the end of the day the winners were announced in each of the divisions.   Gerald Rowley, the founder of Diesel Fuel Savers, LLC was announced the winner of his division,  Modified 4 cylinder Diesel.  Mr. Rowley drove a 2006 VW Jetta TDI equipted with a Vapster-Diesel RV3300 Fuel Conditioning unit (Vaporizer and Ionizer) and a vaporized water injection system.   Because of the freezing conditions Mr. Rowley did not set a new record with his vehicle but did achieve a Top Win in his Division

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Win at Watkins Glen