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Ben Talamantez @ www.ecofuelsystems.com is offering a group buy for ClubArmada.com Members. If you go to their website you will find documented results from 3rd party testers. If you are interested in better engine performance, lower emissions and fuel savings then take a look at this product. We have several members on ClubTitan.org that are reporting 2 and even 3 MPG increases with this unit.

To oder e-mail [email protected] and provide the following info.

1) Name, Address, City, State, Zip
2) Type of Eco Filter(either ECO #2 or #3)desired.
3) Say that you are a ClubTitan member. (this is required to get the discount)

After e-mail is sent Ben Talamantez will send an invoice via e-mail back to you confirming unit type, etc. When payment is confirmed,Units will be sent via USPS to member. Shipping willl be extra (usually not more than $15.00 or so)
Prices, once again will be $258.00 plus shpping for ECO#3, and $169.00+ shipping for #2
You will want a Eco-3 for the Armada. If you want one for another car you have thats V-6 or smaller you will want an Eco-2.


Please visit www.ecofuelsystems.com for more info on product.
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Its the size of the unit. The Eco 3 is larger and designed for engines with more fuel flow, like ours. Small engines that don't burn much fuel can use the Eco 2; the Eco 1 is for motorcycles, ATVs, etc.
 

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Scr38 have you completed any testing on your Eco-3. I saw an improvement of 1.5mpg on my last tank and I will be filling up tomorrow. I am pretty sure I beat that this time because I have almost as many mile as last time and just hit E I know I can go a bit more with our large reserve.
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m4ck said:
Scr38 have you completed any testing on your Eco-3. I saw an improvement of 1.5mpg on my last tank and I will be filling up tomorrow. I am pretty sure I beat that this time because I have almost as many mile as last time and just hit E I know I can go a bit more with our large reserve.
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I am still testing. My plan is a long term test. I think that will be more accurate. I will not post any results until I finish the tests, which will probably take another month.
 

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scr38 said:
I am still testing. My plan is a long term test. I think that will be more accurate. I will not post any results until I finish the tests, which will probably take another month.
How is the test going? Really want to get one but am a little weary because of all the products out there claiming the same.

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Sweet, seems like quite a few people are getting a mile or more per gallon out of theirs. I haven't really seen a measurable increase in mpg. I think I have a little more pep though......I also think I have some bad sensor or settings as I only get a little over 10mpg city with or without the ECO....
 

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I forgot to mention that 100% of those miles were highway doing like 80 mph or so... Now that I am back in town it looks like this next tank will not be as good.. give me a few days and I will post my 100% city driving
 

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Reading the CT posts I would have to say that despite the comments about environmental variables affecting reliable MPG readings, I have kept track of enough tanks to realize that humidity, temp etc affect my MPG far less than the type of driving (communting, or freeway) and tank to tank my mileage is pretty consitent, so when CT members are saying 1-2 mpg I don't doubt that is possible.
But... If that is true,why isn't this device on every new car and truck (as someone had mentioned on CT)? Getting 1 or 2 MPG better than the competition would be a huge marketing coup when you are postin 12-13 MPG on the window sticker. Plus, with that kind of volume your unit cost drops significantly.
 

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Sweet, seems like quite a few people are getting a mile or more per gallon out of theirs. I haven't really seen a measurable increase in mpg. I think I have a little more pep though......I also think I have some bad sensor or settings as I only get a little over 10mpg city with or without the ECO....
I think that your right, sounds like something is sending false signals.
 

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I am now ready to report on my experience with the ECO.
I have over 5,000 miles of driving with it installed. I make the identical trips monthly, same cargo, same locations, same speeds and driving habits.
With the ECO, my mileage has increased by about 1 MPG, from 15.0-15.5 to 16.0-16.5. My best has been 16.7.
My Armada is a 04SE Big Tow, stock wheels and tires. I always have 500 t0 800 pounds of cargo, plus myself, 270 pounds. I set the cruise at 73, and the A/C is on 99% of the time.
I have not seen any added performance with the ECO. I have no way to test the emissions, but my tailpipe is very clean inside, no deposits of any kind.
With gas at $3.00 a gallon this is saving me $12.30 per 1,000 miles. The ECO will pay for itself in 21,000 miles, or less if gas goes up, which it will.
 

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Thanks for the info! Sounds like the Eco-3 is worth it.
 

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ggeorgie said:
SCR, I bet we were all waiting for your test results, Thank you, but does that mean if you don't have the big tow and hauling cargo all the time ( like myself ) you could gain more than 1 mpg?:cool:
maybe, maybe not. I have probably close to 2,500 on my ECO and with the majority of my driving being city I haven't really seen an increase. So if you are doing a lot of city driving then you might not get any increase. If you do a lot of highway driving then the 1 - 2 mpg increase is possible.
 

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hullio said:
Thanks for the info! Sounds like the Eco-3 is worth it.
I'd say isn't worth it. On a side note, today was the first time driving the Armada tto work, like 50 miles of city driving w/ a few highway miles. I don't know how accurate the fuel economy feature is, but I managed a best of 17.8MPG w/ the a/c off though. But I tell you what, I was going slower than grandma, especially taking off and looking at the computer the whole time just to see how I was doing. Forgot to say that when I started it the computer say that the average driving was 13.8, I'll be going to Myrtle Beach, SC tomorrow and will try to get ovewr 20MPG. I'll keep you guys posted.
 
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