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May 2006 Newsletter

Test Results Report

        After seeing BioPerformance splattered all over the Internet, I was interested in testing the fuel pill additive but was not ready to get suckered into a product marketed by MLM (multi level marketing).  Fortunately there were plenty of people trying to get me to try it and one even sent me a few pills in a bottle.  I have always been willing to test other products in hopes of finding something that I might want to add to the Hydrogen Boost system.

          Before testing the pills I did a baseline mileage test as follows:  With the Hydrogen Boost system completely shut off but with my tire pressure set at my normal recommended tire pressure (50 psi), I did a 55 mph test on Interstate 87, with a couple check points along the way.  I used the Scangauge set at trip MPG to calculate the mileage.  The following is the data from the baseline test:

Check point            Trip mpg

Exit 16                   51.2

Exit 8                     50.9

Return                   49.9

 

          This was a total of 90 miles round trip with average mileage 50.4 mpg.

 

          Then the Bioperformance pill was inserted into the tank and the tank was filled with fuel and I swerved down the road to shake up the fuel and pill in the tank to dissolve the pill.  I drove around the next couple days until it was time to repeat the trip, which we normally do twice a week.  The following are the results of the mileage as indicated on the Scangauge while driving at the same set speed as before:

 

Check point            Trip mpg

Exit 16                   49.9

Exit 8                     47.6

Return*                  43.7

 

* Night driving with lights on.  Because the lights were on for the return trip the mileage was slightly less than expected.  But considering the 3.3 mpg drop in mileage on the first 45 miles of the trip I don’t expect the return trip would have been any better than 46.5. 

 

          Since we can’t make any conclusions based on the return trip, we can draw a valid conclusion on the 45 mile first half of the test.  And that conclusion is that the Bioperformance pill caused a 3.3 mpg decrease in mileage, which is a 6.5% decrease in mileage.  This is what I expect out of a MLM marketed fuel additive.  All hype and no performance.

 

          Saturday I repeated the post test in the daylight to confirm our conclusions. The results were as follows:

 

Check point            Trip mpg

Exit 16                   46.3

Exit 8                     45.6

Return                   47.2

 

          This calculates to an average mileage over the 90 mile trip to be 45.6+47.2/2=46.65 mpg.  Comparing this to our daytime baseline we had a 3.75 mpg or 7.4% decrease in mileage with the BioPerformance pill.  Even if we compared this mileage with our night time baseline (below) we’d have a 1.7% decrease in  mileage.

 

          Monday evening I repeated the baseline test which gave me a nighttime return trip to compare to last Mondays post test.  The new baseline results were:

 

Check point            Trip mpg

Exit 16                   49.2

Exit 8                     49.0

Return*                  45.9

 

          This calculates to an average mileage over the 90 mile trip to be 49+45.9/2=47.45 mpg.  This compares to our first post test average of 45.5 mpg for a 1.95 mpg or 4.1% drop in mileage with the BioPerformance pill.

 

          Now having more baseline mileage to match our post test conditions we have valid bases to conclude that in all conditions the mileage with the BioPerformance pill was always considerably less that the mileage with regular pump gasoline, somewhere between 4.1% and 6.5%.

Disappointed,

Fran

P.S. On May 8, 2006 I ran across this link confirming my suspicions about BioPerformance Pills: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:BioPerformance_and_Naphthalene

This confirms our conclusions that Bioperformance pills are no good for mileage.

P.P.S. On May 18, 2006 I ran across the following articles about Bioperformance being closed down by the Texas Attorney General:

http://pesn.com/2006/05/17/9500271_BioPerformance_TX_lawsuit/

http://www.dallas.bbb.org/commonreport.html?bid=90022937

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