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Puspakom Emission Test Result :

Reduces CO 58.97%
Reduces CO2 7.59%
Reduces HC 24.60%
Dynamic Test

Mileage Test :
Hyundai Getz 2003 :Increase Mileage15% (our testing )
Nissan Sentra 97 :Increase Mileage 11% (our testing)
Proton Wira 1.5L 2000 : Increase Mileage 12% (other agent testing)

Installation :

Installation is easy and does not require advance technical knowledge. Simply strap around the to fuel supply line closest to the fuel injector rail or carburetor and tighten it by using the cable ties provided. Does not require cutting of fuel lines and does not invalidate your manufacturer's guarantees.

Hyundai Accent 1 ,2

Hyundai Getz 1,2

Proton Wira 1.5  1,2

Nissan Sentra 97  1,2

How magnetic fuel saver works ?

Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid. But liquid fuels don't combust till they are vaporized and mixed with air.

Fuel mainly consists of hydrocarbons. Groupings of hydrocarbons, when flowing through a magnetic field, change their orientations of magnetization in a direction opposite to that of the magnetic field. The molecules of hydrocarbon change their configuration. At the same time intermolecular force is considerably reduced or depressed. These mechanisms are believed to help to disperse oil particles which become finely divided. In addition, hydrogen ions in fuel and oxygen ions in air are magnetized to form magnetic domains, which are believed to assist in atomizing fuel into finer particles.

Generally a liquid or gas fuel used for an internal combustion engine is composed of a set of molecules. Each molecule includes a number of atoms, which is composed of a nucleus and electrons orbiting around their nucleus. The molecules have magnetic moments in themselves, and the rotating electrons cause magnetic phenomena. Thus, positive (+) and negative (-) electric charges exist in the fuel's molecules. For this reason, the fuel particles of the negative and positive electric charges are not split into more minute particles. Accordingly, the fuel is not actively interlocked with oxygen during combustion, thereby causing incomplete combustion. To improve the above, the fuel has to be decomposed and ionized. The ionization of the fuel particles is accomplished by the supply of magnetic force from a magnet.

The resultant conditioned fuel/air mixture magnetized in opposite polarities burns more completely, producing higher engine output, better fuel economy, more power and most importantly reduces the amount of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen in the exhaust. Another benefit of these devices is that magnetically charged fuel and air molecules with opposite polarities dissolve carbon build-up in carburettor jets, fuel injectors, and combustion chambers, help to clean up the engine and maintain the clean condition.

The magnetic flux density to be imparted to fuel widely varies depending upon fuel, air or steam, and combustion equipment and conditions. In general, the preferred range of magnetic flux density is from 1000 to 3500 Gauss, and the most preferred range is from 1400 to 1800 Gauss when fuel oil is used in combination with conventional heat power boilers. The optimum range will be determined through experimental runs. The field strength is a function of the engine size based on fuel consumption. Ferrite magnets are the most cost effective for treating fuel.

 In the usual automobile gasoline engine, demagnetization usually does not occur even when the oxygen is treated in the air filter section of the engine. However, if the oxygen is put in a South pole magnetic state in the air filter of a Diesel engine, it has been found that the oxygen will be demagnetized to some extent in the blower section and thus the magnetic field strength should be about 13000 Gauss in the air filter section in order to have the oxygen at the proper level when it reaches the combustion chamber.

In achieving a system, which operates effectively, it has been found that magnets need be placed on both the hydrocarbon fuel inlet and the oxygen inlet. Magnetizing only oxygen or fuel fails to achieve the best combustion efficiency. Also, it has been found that the magnets need be particularly oriented to achieve the optimal efficiency.

The oxygen is in the South pole magnetic state as contrasted with a North pole magnetic state since the advantages of the present invention are attained only when the oxygen is caused to be in the South pole magnetic state. Whether the oxygen in the air is in a North Pole or is in a South Pole magnetic state after having passed through a magnetic field can easily be determined by holding an ordinary compass near the conduit through which such oxygen is flowing. If in the desired South Pole magnetic state, the needle of the compass which normally points to the North Pole of the Earth will be deflected toward and point to the conduit containing the oxygen.

The magnets are embedded in a body of non-magnetic material, such as plastic, copper or aluminium, to secure them to the fuel line. No cutting of the fuel line and no hose and clamps are necessary to install this device. Allegedly, these units have been installed without other fuel line or ignition adjustments to treat vehicles failing required emission tests as an inexpensive retrofit accessory to give substantially immediate improvements of up to the order of 80 % reduction in hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions.

 One or more magnets are strapped to the fuel line as close as possible to the carburettor or fuel injectors with only one pole of the magnet or magnets adjacent to or in contact with the fuel line. One or more magnets are strapped to the air intake in such a way as to expose the oxygen to the magnetic field emanating from the pole opposite that of the pole used to expose the fuel.

It is believed that the fuel (South, Red) and oxygen (North, Blue) are oppositely polarized or ionized, with the result that the fuel and oxygen exhibit a stronger attraction to each other with the consequence that there is more efficient and complete bonding to each other during the combustion process.

Testimonial :



I own a 1983 Nissan Sunny 130Y. It is a reliable and fuel economical car. Not until you start to mess with the engine. I modify and races my Sunny. Since 3 years ago, the car have gone through lots of modifications and race events.

Fuel Consumption is miraculously better after the installation. My Sunny used to be able to run an average of 400km for each full tank. Now with Fuel Saver and my harsh driving, the car can run up to 470km on a single refill of petrol. This is almost a 20% increment in mileage!

Thanks to Fuel Saver, my car manage to retain the fuel economy and maintain the performance I need on top of giving me the extra power to the car. With the Fuel Saver, I felt the engine runs smoother and leaner, helping me a lot in my races as every acceleration round the corner is critical. A slight jerk in the engine will send the car out of the track. The carburetor and the spark plugs of the car is also noticeably cleaner, saving me the extra cost of cleaning and changing them.

Another great point about the Fuel Saver that will come in handy for me is that I can easily transfer it to my new race car. Just a simple DIY trick and it can be installed in my new car.

Have I gained from the Fuel Saver? From all the Fuel Savings and Winnings I get from my Nissan Sunny... Absolutely !!

Johnson Lam, 
Penang State Drag Race Champion 2005.



Hello from Turkey. We have had many fuel savers here. Non of them looked like it would do any good. Small and simple products, what can you expect from them?
This unit has impressed me with its unique design and heavy weight. I thought a product this much sophisticated must have had a lot of work behind it until it came to this shelf.
So I gave it a try. I drive a 2004 Renault Megane II 1.5 CRDI.
I am a violent driver. My car is very swift and powerful as I gave it a good break in of the engine.
I was making 5.5lt/100kms before the product installation. My car has a computer system so I see what is going on all the time. With this product I am doing 5.0lt/100kms! On a state of the art common rail diesel engine!
I just wanted to drop a note to thank you guys and congratulations!

Best regards,
The test are going on very very good I should say! I am currently getting almost 20% saving from my merc!!! Attached is the pic. It's a Mercedes 300CE '92 model.
I can feel the power even though mine is a 3000cc engine carb.
My agents are very happy and they have even asked more for their other cars.
Well, I hope we could get it moving the soonest possible.

Alister T. Joseph
Result: Just a little bit of fuel saving
Car Model: Nissan Centra 99 (Super Saloon 1.6 Manual)

User from Cheras, KL

Where to buy :

0. Internet store : (free shipping within Malaysia)

1. Wealthy Auto Accessories Trading
    No 24G, Jalan Perdana 4/3 Pandan Perdana 55300,KL . Tel 03 92850612   (Matthew)

2. Top Automart Accessories & Air Cond
     No 45, Kuchai Entreprenuers Park, Jalan 5/116B, 58200 Kuala Lumpur
     Tel : 0379810980 (Ah Meng)

3. Yin Kwong Auto Accessories & Wiring
    100 Jalan 2/133, Taman Sri Sentosa, Batu 6 1/2, Jalan Klang Lama, 58000 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel : 03 77825971 / 012 6692834 (Mr Seow)

4. Yin Kwong Auto Accessories & Wiring
    55 Jalan LP 1A/2, Taman Lestari Perdana,  Seri Kembangan 43000, Selangor
    Tel : 016 2646887 

5. Pusat Aksesori Kereta SOGO 
    24 , Jalan SS14/2 , Subang Jaya 47500, Selangor
    Tel : 03 5637 4232 (Mr. Chua)

6. The One Setapak  
    44 G , Jalan 2/23A , Danau Kota Off Jalan Genting Klang ,Setapak 53300 KL
    Tel : 03 4143 4613 (Mandy)

7. The One Puchong   
    69 , Jalan Puteri 2/1 ,Bandar Puteri Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor
    Tel : 03 8060 9098 (Sally)

8. ACP Trading Sdn Bhd    
    189 , Jalan SS2/24, Petaling Jaya 47300, Selangor   Puteri 2/1 ,
    Tel : 03 7875 9177 ( Ms Chan) 

9. CN Auto Tyre Sdn Bhd     
    No 2, Jln Gergaji 15/14 , Section 15 ,Shah Alam, Selangor ,
    Tel : 03 5513 7103 ( Ms Loh or Kat , Ah Chan)   

10. Win Hong Auto Trading     
    153, Jalan Besar Kepong, 52100 KL (near Jaya Jusco) 
    Tel : 03 6274 6559 ( Mr Zenden Goh)

11. Promax Q Team Workshop      
    86-6, Jalan Raya Barat KS/S1, 41100 Klang (Behind MPK) 
    Tel : 03 3378 8688 ( Mr Thomas Lee)

12. WanMohd Badrul Hisham      
    L-125 Vista Shop Apt, Damansara Damai 
    Tel : 012 395 2037

13. Naveen      
    Sentosa Jaya Business Park, 41200 Klang  
    Tel : 016 3755321  

14. Mr Toh      
    Taman Sg Besi Indah , 43000 Seri Kembangan
    Tel : 012 3982143 

15. Anthony      
    Petaling Jaya  
    Tel : 012 3661863


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