Anyone scientifically inclined enough to delve into whether an increase in Reid Vapor Pressure is possible/can produce results like they claim?
The data furnished is so skewed it's hard to believe anybody is dumb enough to believe this crock. On the emissions report, there are no, zero, carbon monoxides produced at idle or at 2200rpms. The data for the dyno makes absolutely zero sense. But I did find it interesting that someone marked the sheet as the 5.4 having 179.9HP. The oil analysis is not for an F150 at all unless they found a way to put a 5.4 in a Crown Vic. That engine shows to have 40 weight oil in it. The entire data sheet looks like the old saying- If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle 'em with Bulls**t. Fuel pressure is not going to change atomization of the fuel. I saw nothing there to make believe this is nothing but the placebo effect at work. Remember the Dallas maintenance man claims that it produced 11-14% increase in fuel mileage. I can beat those numbers without lifting the hood. That's a very small increase- maybe 1-1.4 mpg in real world numbers. If the driver didn't idle as much, didn't drive it on the floor as much, can make that kind of difference and then some.
I can't tell you just how many of these fuel saving devices we have seen over the years. I'd bet a full 18 wheel dump truck full of worthless crap that never worked. The hydrogen generators were the most popular...like as if the hydrogen generated had near enough BTUs to power your truck anyway. I can assure you, if there was a technology out there that added to the manufacturers CAFE with current engine designs, they'd be all over it. But a one fits all, gas or diesel, is just crazy.