An ‘Intake air vortex/cyclone system’ may be the simplest and cheapest system to save up to 25% of your fuel !

Exist since many years, but still quite unknown, it really works, and is very easy to make and install.


After a successfull testing of a vortex valve, the members of the french website www.quanthomme.org started to take interest in the system, and made their own versions of the Air Vortex Fuel Saver (in french Air Vortex = Economiseur de Carburant, A.V.E.C.).
Cars loose their exhaust smokes, get extra power and fuel saving from 10 to 25 %, with this system hypersimple and cheap to do. Theory of how it works is on study…

The main page is at http://perso.orange.fr/quanthommesuite/Realisationsavec2006.htm

Jean-Luc S. (Belgium) A.V.E.C. 1 and 9 – 09/06/2006 – Citroën Xantia 1.9SD – 180 000 kms – usual 6.6 à 7l / 100 kms – with AVEC between 5 and 5,5l / 100 kms = 22% fuel saving.
AVEC 9, second generation that seems to be more efficient:

René Flament (France) A.V.E.C. 3 – 08/08/2006 – Citroën ZX gazoline 1,6Linjection – 101 000 kms – usual 7,2 l / 100 kms – with AVEC 5,66l / 100 kms = 20% fuel saving.

Marc C. (France) A.V.E.C. 4, 5, 6 – 12/08/2006 – Peugeot 806 TD – 200 000 kms

Christophe C. tells about his bad experience, where his A.V.E.C. 8, made of thin aluminium get destroyed by the engine’s very strong vacuum !

Jean Soarès (03 – France) webmaster of “Quanthomme” – Mazda 323 GT essence 1990 – 79500 kms –

Mr. A.D., A.V.E.C. 11 – 11/09/06- Renault Twingo 1996 motor type C3 – usual 7,8 l / 100 kms – with AVEC 6,2l / 100kms = 21% fuel saved.

Via Mr. Marc C., A.V.E.C. 16 – 07/09/2006 – Volkswagen Polo 1,4l injection multipoint – 350000 kms – results to come.

Alain G., A.V.E.C. 20 – 07/09/06 – Renault 21 1987 TD VF1 488 2,1l – 189000 kms – results to come.

Mr. Olivier L., A.V.E.C. 22 – 09/09/2006 – Renault Twingo – 90000 kms- results to come.


# The Turbonator, price: US $54.99 : http://www.turbonator.com/index.html

call Toll Free anytime in the US and Canada: 1-866-442-5199

How it works: Air travels through the Tornado fuel saverand creates a vortex getting more air to your engine and a better fuel to air mixture. By creating the vortex the engine gets more of the oxygen it needs to operate a peak efficiency.The Tornado fuel saver can even be mounted in the exhaust to provide more efficiency and fuel economy.

Tornado fuel saver ‘s track record
Imported from overseas patented in 30 countries including the U.S.
Winner of the bronze medal at the Geneva invention show. (1992)
Winner of the silver medal at the Pittsburgh invention show. (1992)
Winner of the silver medal at the Nurnberg Invention Show. (1993)

# The Turbnado , price: US $10.95 : http://stores.ebay.com/Turbnado

Get more power and better gas mileage with your car, truck, SUV, van, or RV!


Increased Horsepower: Have you been searching for the one thing that will give your vehicle a power boost without having to empty your wallet?It doesn’t matter if you’ve installed an aftermarket air intake system or if you still have the stock one, the Turbnado can add up to an amazing 35hp.
Increased MPG: The Turbnado’s design helps spin the air resulting in better burning of the fuel and consequently, better gas mileage.As we said before, with the gas prices these days, you can’t afford to NOT install one.
Increased Savings: The Turbnado is created with sturdy stainless steel that will last a lifetime.The patent-pending design includes fins that spin the air while still allowing the air current to continue to the engine without any blockage.

The Turbnado requires no stress or maintenance at all to install, it just requires a standard screwdriver and a few minutes of your time.

We’ve had hundreds of satisfied customers and they keep coming back for more!

What is the Turbnado? The Turbnado is a stationary vortex generator that is inserted between the air filter and the throttle body in your air intake hose.

Which vehicles can the Turbnado be used in? We have a Turbnado for almost any vehicle.The only exceptions are vehicles that are not fuel injected and vehicles that have the round air cleaner on top of the engine (although we are far into the process of designing a Turbnado for these types of engines).Also, the Turbnado will fit into vehicles whether they have the stock intake system or an aftermarket intake system such as the popular K&N systems.

Exactly how much savings can I expect? EPA tests have been carried out on stationary vortex generators that have recorded gains in horsepower and gas mileage, resulting in up to 20+hp gains and 24%+mpg gains.Other tests have recorded up to 35hp and 31%MPG!Outcomes differ from vehicle to vehicle, but overall the Turbnado is an economical way to aid in the performance of your vehicle.

Where is it installed? The Turbnado is installed between the air filter and the throttle body in your air intake hose (close to the air filter).

How many Turbnados can I use in my vehicle? As many as 3 Turbnados can be used in your intake hose.

# FORCE FLOW TURBINE fuel saver, HYCLONE, TORNADO, TURBO, price:US $55.00, http://stores.ebay.com/Force-Flow-Performance-Auto

The impellor of the Force Flow Turbine spins with the engines speed generating a maximum force to create a more powerful airflow into the combustion chamber. The increased airflow into the combustion chamber results in betteratomized burning of fuel, increase in Horse Power and saving on fuel.

Compare our system to other fuel savers on the market. Ours atomises and pressurises airflow by a dynamic quality ball bearing type spinning impellor, it is not a cheap fancy folded piece of sheet METAL that doesn’t spin!

# Tornado Intake WhirlWind Device – Save Gas- price: US $17.99, http://www.easyfuelsavers.com

Save Fuel! Better fuel atomization results in an increase in gas mileage – up to 20%!!!

Increase Power!Dynometer testing shows up to a 13 horsepower increase!

Easy to Install! Place the unit in the air intake of your vehicle in just a few minutes – requires no maintenance!

Imagine a mini-tornado on its side moving through the intakes of your automobile. It causes better fuel atomization, resulting in an increase of gas mileage anywhere from 7-28%. These figures have been confirmed by road tests performed at an EPA-licensed emissions lab.

# FloBlade Vortex Generator, price:US $13.98, http://stores.ebay.com/Save-Gas-And-Cash

FloBlade Vortex Generator. This product can cut down your gas consumption significantly, saving you money.

The FloBlade creates a vortex of air in your car’s intake tract, allowing more complete combusion of fuel, resulting in increased fuel efficiency and less money spent on gasoline! Tests have shown that the FloBlade can increase fuel economy by up to 33%, and can add up to 20 additional horsepower!


Installation is simple – simply place the FloBlade in your car’s intake tube and it holds itself in place forever. There are NO electrical wires, NO moving parts, and installation can usually be completed in 5 minutes using only a screwdriver! Comes with complete detailed instructions.

# The VORTEX VALVE NW, Patent No. 6,550,446,call 866-YES-FUEL (866-937-3835), http://www.vortexvalvenw.com/home.php

Read how this simple, inexpensive, easy-to-install device can help you dramatically reduce the amount of money you’re being forced to pay in gasoline and fuel costs…

… the Bottom Line is that the “Oil Crisis” isn’t over–not by a long shot.In fact, we may just now be entering a period that will be characterized by real volatility and a consistent, ratcheting-up in the prices we’ll be paying for our gasoline in the days ahead.Without any attempt to sugar-coat it, oil economist Dr. Marion Stewart is of the opinion that, “The next oil shock will make the previous one seem trivial by comparison.”It’s not as though the prospect of entering a cycle of spiraling energy costs is something which is coming to us “out of the blue”, either.To the contrary, this has been years in the making.Energy Insiders have seen this coming for a long time.Donald Hodel, Ronald Reagan’s Secretary of Energy, said we’ve been “…sleepwalking into adisaster”.Lee Raymond, CEO of Exxon/Mobil recently commented, “It took us 10 years to get here, it’s going to take us 10 years to deal with the issue.”

This revolutionary discovery can be installed in virtually any car, truck, bus, motorcycle or boat that you presently drive.Do-it-yourself installation takes less than 10 minutes (most installs take somewhere around 5 minutes).Best of all, increased engine performance, lower emissions and resulting better gas mileage begin right away!

What’s more, your VortexValve™ is backed by our unique and unprecedented : 110% NO-RISK Guarantee of 100% Complete Satisfaction

Simply install the VortexValve™ in your vehicle and drive it for at least 30 days.If you aren’t 100% satisfied with your VortexValve™ in every way, simply return it to us for a prompt refund in the amount of 110% of your purchase price.

# See also this article about the Vortex Valve, May 10, © 2006 WorldNetDaily.com: http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=50121

… By comparison, the VortexValve™ costs less than $70 (plus shipping and handling), has no moving parts, requires zero maintenance and will last virtually forever.

…Another test was done with the Santa Monica Municipal Bus Company (known as “Big Blue Bus,” the company was voted the nation’s #1 bus line in 1987, 1992, 1997 and 2000). VortexValves™were installed in two of their buses (#4802 and #4820), both of which are 1995 models having Series 50 Detroit Diesel, 8.5 liter, 4 cylinder engines. The buses were evaluated after three months, comparing the new monthly data after installation with prior monthly data history. The two buses averaged more than a 13 percent increase in mileage (#4802 did 13.58 percent better and #4820 improved 13.79 percent) which was the equivalent of an average fuel savings of more than 100 gallons per bus, per month. Now, if you were to “do the math” – assuming the remainder of the company’s 200 buses would perform in a similar fashion when equipped with VortexValves™ and assuming a conservative, diesel fuel cost of $2.50 per gallon – then the approximate savings to the company would be more than $500,000 per year.

# SS11 FUEL SAVER (FITS KI-50 thru KI-100) EXTRA HP! price: US $28.99, http://stores.andale.com/ss11fuelsaver



The improvement of the flame propagation and combustion by SS11 Fuel Saver generates an increase in horsepower and gas mileage increases of 2 to 5 miles per gallon. Information about the increase in horsepower and gas mileage are based on feedback from thousands of our satisfied customers.
The SS11 Fuel Saver will fit most Fuel Injected/E.F.I. import and domestic cars, light trucks, SUVs and RV’s. It is made with one-piece stainless steel quality construction. The fins of the fuel saver do not intersect in the middle of the air intake hose, allowing the air to flow freely into the combustion chamber and easing any stress on the fins.

# R-1Supercharger (Tornado Fuel saver), price: US $27.55, http://stores.ebay.com/Autoconceptshop

R-1Power Launcher Turbine (Dynamic Single propeller) ……Nature Supercharger…..

Internal combustion gasoline engines run on a mixture of gasoline and air.The ideal mixture is 14.7 parts of air to one part of gasoline (by weight.)One part of gas that is completely vaporized into 14.7 parts of air can produce tremendous power when ignited inside an engine.The quantity and quality of the air being mixed with fuel is of vital importance. It helps determine the longevity of an engine, more air you can get into the cylinder the more horsepower the engine will produce.

The propeller of Power Launcher Turbine spins with the engine speed generating a maximum force to create a powerful airflow into the combustion chamber at a higher speed. The Single propeller sucks the airflow into the combustion chamber at a higher speed resulting atomized burning: increase Horse power and Save gasoline.

# 1970, The “Bout-Cone”, A Simple System to save fuel, 5 to 15%, with a strong pollution reduction effect, Mr Bouteleux, France. from http://quanthomme.free.fr/qhsuite/bouteleux.htm

May be the ancestor of the Vortex Valve …

The french owner of a car workshop, member of the “Society of Automobile Engineers” made the cover of the famous french science magazine “Science et Vie” (Science and Life) in No 639 de December 1970:

Around 70 years old at that time, Mr. Bouteleux, also inventor of the concentric valve for diesels in the 30’s, discovered this simple and cheap concept that can reduce pollution, and save fuel on a car; from 10 to 15% fuel saving at low speed, to 5% at high speed.

The main pollution element, the Carbon Oxyde, CO, is reduced between 0,2 to 1% of the exhaust gases after installation of this very simple ‘cone with many holes’ that just help to produce a better mix of the air with the fuel ; unburned particules are reduced from 2 to 5 times with this system.

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