EPA Protocol Testing
Lower Emissions in a 2005 Acura
Lotus Engineering in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Vehicle Environmental Engineering Inc. (VEE) performed EPA chassis dynamometer tests (CFR Title 40, Part 600) on a 2005 MY Acura TL. The emission reductions are shown below. Nitric oxide increased slightly however, the percentage was small enough that the test would pass the EPA emission standard. MPG was 14% above the EPA certified MPG. Lotus Engineering is an independent test laboratory recognized by EPA and is ISO Certified.
Edward Ponagai - Director of Vehicle Environmental Engineering
The Acura highway EPA certification fuel economy tests were compared to post test results which demonstrates a fuel economy improvement of 14.4% using the Best Tech Brands Fuel Saver Additives. The emission constituent reductions achieved with Synergyn® additives were extraordinarily effective in reducing toxic emissions that contribute to asthma, liver disease, lung disease and cancer. The decisive test series indicates the viability of the Best Tech Brands and the high probability of continuing improvement with time.
Edward Ponagai Director
Up to 12% MPG increase by Engine Logics in four Vehicles
Four cars were tested for mileage and emissions by Engine Logics of Houston Texas on their 1,500 horse power Mustang Dynamometer (MD-250); exhaust gases were sampled and monitored with an Emission Systems, Inc. 5001-5 5 Gas Analyzer with EMS Labview software. EPA target load factors were used for each vehicle in constant speed mode.
The two Chevrolets were maintained by a high performance