Tornado Fuel Saver

Fuel is the adrenaline of any car, truck or engine. Thus, it is every vehicle owner’s wish to enhance the fuel of their car and save more of it as well. With this in mind, the most innovative fuel-saving tool in the automotive industry was conceptualized and created: the Tornado Fuel Saver. An automotive air channeling tool that creates a swirling air motion, the Tornado Fuel Saver allows the air to move in a faster and more efficient way by whirling air around corners and bends. Hence, more fuel is saved.

Made of stainless steel, the Tornado Fuel Saver is made up of precisely engineered slotted fins that convert normal air intake flow into a powerful spinning vortex of air that mixes air and fuel together. The result is better fuel mileage and performance. It is patented worldwide so that more vehicle owners around the world can experience the increase in car performance brought about by the Tornado Fuel Saver.

Ten years of intensive research and development was put into the invention of the Tornado Fuel Saver to ensure that the end product provides lots of benefits to car owners like you. Causing better fuel atomization, installing the Tornado Fuel Saver in your car results to an increase in gas mileage of up to 28% as well as an increase in horsepower of up to 13 hp or more. And these figures are confirmed through a road testing performed at an emission laboratory licensed by the EPA – so there’s no room for doubt of the capability of the Tornado Fuel Saver.

How does the Tornado Fuel Saver/Tornado Gas Saver/Tornado Gasoline Saver work? You can imagine a mini-tornado moving through the intakes of your automobile. Being a non-moving turbine shaped device, the Tornado Fuel Saver creates a vortex or swirling effect to the engine of your car, truck or SUV. This swirling effect helps in atomizing the air and fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. When exposed to ignition, this mixture results to a more complete and efficient burning of the fuel. Hence, there is improved airflow in the engine, improved fuel economy, improved acceleration, improved power and less pollutants!

Whatever type of vehicle or engine you have, the Tornado Fuel Saver will work with it just fine. It is applicable to most passenger cars, light trucks and RVs on the road, fitting practically in all models and makes of automobiles. It will also work in either a carbureted or electronic fuel injected engine, and both gasoline and diesel engines.

21 Reasons for Exporting a Used Car from Japan

Introduction

There has never been a better time to import a used car from Japan and save big dollars. Exports from Japan have been steadily increasing for the last three years as more and more dealers, wholesalers and private buyers around the world realize this great opportunity.

Reason #1: Wide product range: Due to the very competitive domestic Japanese car market, there are an abundance of models and manufacturers in Japan manufacturers including Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Fuji Heavy Industries (Subaru), Suzuki and Daihatsu.

Reason #2: K-class Mini Cars: This is a new type of car which has been created in Japan to address Environmental concerns, demand for fuel efficiency and the general the lack of space on Japanese roads. All K-class vehicles meet a specification which restricts the weight, engine displacement (maximum of 660cc) and exterior dimensions. K cars have excellent cost performance are in growing demand around the world.

Reason #3: Excellent Japanese road conditions: Despite the lack of space, Japanese roads are extremely well maintained meaning normal wear and tear which might be attributed to poor road conditions in other countries is not a problem in Japan.

Reason #4: Average vehicle age: The average age of all vehicles on Japanese roads is almost sure to be lower than most other countries. It is unusual to see cars older than 15 years on the roads at all. The Japan Automotive Manufacturers Association (JAMA) reports average vehicle age to be approximately 5.8 years.

Reason #5: Higher model specifications: Due to an abundance of models from each manufacturer and the Japanese penchant for new electronic and other gadgetry, the specifications of a Japanese vehicle produced for the domestic market will usually be much higher than foreign-produced equivalents. This means you can buy a Japanese export model with all the features you like for the same price as a base model bought domestically.

Reason #6: Low mileage: Most Japanese live in cities which lack space and are very dense in terms of population. Since everything necessary to live a comfortable life is within close reach for the typical Japanese, domestic drivers average mileage is typically less than half that of other countries. The Japanese Motor Vehicle Inspection Registration Association reports average mileage for Japanese domestic drivers to be around 9,000km annually. American drivers, on the other hand, drive and average of 19,000 kms each year.

Reason #7: Relative cost: Even after taking into account costs such as freight and local compliance it is almost always cheaper to import a used car from Japan than to buy an equivalent used car locally. There are several reasons for Japanese exports being so cheap, primary amongst them is the mandatory Japanese vehicle safety inspections which effectively increase the cost of ownership as the vehicle ages.

Baby You Can Drive My Car: Iconic 2007 Ford Mustang

In its formative years, the 1964 Ford Mustang represented sporty design, value and performance. The soul of the car inspired many songs including the popular, “Mustang Sally,” by rhythm and blues singer Mack Rice. The 2007 Mustang usurps stylistic elements from the 60s giving the new car a bold “back to the future” feel. An exceptional engine and low wrap around driving position creates the cozy feel of driving in the 60s. A surprisingly quiet cabin with John Lennon and Paul McCartney singing “Baby you can drive my car, I’m going to be a star,” may enhance the authentic feel of this modern, yet iconic automobile.

When you look at the retro looking exterior of the 2007 Ford Mustang, the styling takes us back to an era when people preferred a minimal cabin unencumbered by electronics and gadgetry. The new Mustang communicates simplicity in design emanating from earlier models built in the 60s. For example, the prominent large front grill with round headlights recalls Mustangs from the 1967 to 1969 vintage; the sculpted side and broad taillights takes us back to 1964; the triangular side windows are reminiscent of Carol Shelby’s 1965 Shelby GT 350. Such details are not lost in the new interior either. The retro design of the speedometer has a certain jukebox feel, matching the cabin’s compelling fit and finish. The air ducts have a brushed metal look that is noticeably 1964 in style; the oversized steering wheel and color-coded speed dials that match the seats remind us of sipping a shake at a diner from the 60s. Retro design is the inspiring essence of the 2007 Ford Mustang.

Driving the 2007 Mustang takes some dexterity. Mustangs, after all, are the muscle cars from the decade of monumental social change. The clutch pedal and accelerator are well- positioned and there is abundant space within the cabin. The steering wheel is nimble, communicating good road feel. The only down side is that the five-speed gear shift is a bit clunky, requiring effort to be placed in gear properly. This is in sharp contrast with today’s popular short throw shifters that snuggle immediately into place. Driving this car requires some effort, but the ride quality is good with excellent braking. For longer drives, the seats are accommodating, but could use more lumbar support. Not diverting from what it was meant to be, the 2007 Mustang defines the paradox: modern classic.

The 2007 Mustang GT offers excellent value in its class based on its engine. The 4.6-liter V8 serves up 300 horses at 320 lbs. ft. of torque. The car reaches 0-60 mph in a mere 4.9 seconds with fuel efficiency of 17 mpg city, 25 mpg highway. The 4.0-liter V6 is standard on the base Mustang providing a 210 horsepower with fuel efficiency of 19 mpg city, and 28 mpg highway. A five-speed automatic is available as an option. The MSRP of $19,910 for the base and $31,145 for the GT keeps with the spirit of the 60s. The only drawback is the fuel economy for the V8 could be less thirsty.

Ford Harley-Davidson Delivers Hallmark For Toughness

Ford, which is said to be the leader in global automotive industry, unites with Harley-Davidson to create a series of pickup that will astound the truck market. 2007 Ford Harley-Davidson(TM) F-150 Super Crew is the latest from the two motoring giants. This limited-edition series is inspired by the Ford F150 pickup parts which are given further attitude to compete with other trucks on the road.

The 2007 Ford Harley-Davidson(TM) F-150 Super Crew is the 9th model from the partnership of Ford and Harley-Davidson. Since their partnership in the year 1999, the two giants have produced 6 F-150 models as well as Super Duty F-350 and F-250.

All-new Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 Super Crew boasts its powerful and beefy 22-inch forged-aluminum wheels with split 5-spoke design to deliver precise driving experience. It also features chrome billet grille, blacked-out headlamps and dark tinted smoked-out tail lamps to accentuate its powerful stance.

Cisco Codina, president of Ford says “This truck builds on the legacy of toughness that’s been the hallmark of the Ford brand. Now, we’re giving customers more of everything they love with the boldest Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 ever – with all-wheel-drive capability, 22-inch polished forged-aluminum wheels and an interior that will take your breath away.”

F-150 Super Crew also comes in an entrancing black glossy Monotone exterior striped with hot-rod scallop. To add an air of elegance and roughness in its interior, designers used vent rings, chrome handles, floor shifter and door pulls. At its rear portion, the Harley-Davidson F-150 badge is placed. Aside from that, ground effects were augmented.