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Friday, September 17, 2010

Improving Gas mileage

My next few posts are going to be about saving money by improving your gas mileage. The idea came to me when I was driving back down to school yesterday. With the trip being about 6 hours and approximately 400 miles me and my buddy had a lot of time to talk about stuff. Our packed to the brim Honda Accords gas mileage was one of them. Anyway the posts are going to cover the four main ideas presented by . These include driving more efficiently, keeping your car in shape, planning trips effectively, and choosing a more efficient vehicle. For the most part I like there ideas, but I will be adding a few things of my own that I feel they left out or have exceptions.In the mean time while I work on these id like you to check out a few really cool "fuel efficient" cars these posts won't be about.


This free magnetic engine running this car is just amazing. It seemed well enough to be used in everyday commuter cars and it only needs a battery to start the engine. Combine this with a Prius and throw more money at it and we have a great car here people. Sadly though as most people know this will probably never get off the ground. Most of these competing engines always seem to be bought by bigger car companies and then abandoned.


Here is another engine. Because it has shafts on both sides I'm told it is actually much more powerful then most magnetic engines. However It is also a lot larger and most surprisingly it is not perfectly rounded in shape. This means its losing a lot of efficiency by not maximizing it centripetal motion.

-Roger

45 comments:

  1. Very Excited, i have to travel to she my gf and vice versa, we live 40 minutes apart so gas mileage is a huge deal. :D

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  4. Wow nice tips there. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Some very good information Roger! Got any other tips?

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  6. I have been looking for ways to improve my gas mileage. Thanks

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  7. I don't see myself doing this to my car, but it's good info. Looking forward to more.

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  8. thanks dude! lately i've been having problem about gas price. i always run out of money for gas.

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  9. Finally, a step towards viable gas free cars.

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  10. it looks like you're headed in the right direction with this post...

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  11. wow, I'm following and interested on how this turns out...

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  12. lifehack guy supports your blog..

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  13. You should research something called a 'Joe Cell' if you're interested in this kind of thing. I may post on my blog about it in the near future. I will stay tuned.

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  14. Wow, they buy those new ideas for better engines and abandon them so that people have to go on buying fuel...

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  15. this might change everything i was planning to do! >=)

    smoochies n' poopies. :*

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  16. its amazing to see just how far man has come along in efficiency

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  17. Really nice posts! Helped a lot with the videos :)

    Cheers

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  18. Oh awesome, I'm going to try that on my car, petrol is expensive :(

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  19. cool man, good ideas but i get my gas on a native reserve (bf is native) therefor i pay less for gas anyways :P

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  20. This would certainly save me gas money. Cool post!

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  21. ^wonder how much less you pay

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