Out Standing j30 Gas Mileage!


Aros Mackey
06-28-2004, 06:08 PM
I normally would be able to get about 280 miles per tank of fuel in town driving that is 16.4 mpg, a friend came to me and said try this out and we installed it on my j-30 the results are in I went 404.8 miles on 17.02 gallons for a mpg of 23.78 in town driving, and I was not being conservative. I also races three diffrent times and I love to accelerate in between stop lights. I am not joking. see my profile get me a message.

bassvato
06-28-2004, 07:27 PM
Damn thats pretty cool. I want that kind of milage. What did you put in your car.

Aros Mackey
06-29-2004, 09:43 AM
It is called an injection regulator, It save fuel when you are not using the gas. To get one you will pay 500 bucks and you have to have it installed in Idaho Falls ,Id. but hay, its cool. It is a new product and a new company, it is going to go big.

bassvato
06-29-2004, 04:41 PM
It is called an injection regulator, It save fuel when you are not using the gas. To get one you will pay 500 bucks and you have to have it installed in Idaho Falls ,Id. but hay, its cool. It is a new product and a new company, it is going to go big.

I want one! Were can I get it? I guess $500 isn't to bad of price considering the amount of dough you'll save in the long run. Especially out here in Los angeles. Do they have to install it for you? Can't they just send the part to me in los angeles?

How exactly does the regulator work? Have you noticed any difference in the performance of your car?

Aros Mackey
06-29-2004, 05:19 PM
Its kind of funny when you are slowing down the car feels like it is trying to slow it self down with the motor like an engine brake. But As soon as you give it gas it does not miss a beat. Because the company is relativaly new the developers do not want to have some one untrained to do the installation.

Aros Mackey
06-30-2004, 09:58 AM
bassvato,
I spoke with the individual that I got the injection regulator from he said he would be willing to send it to someone and let them install it them selves.

bassvato
06-30-2004, 01:53 PM
Cool man. Could I get some more info on the company and the part? Do they have a website?

Underground_Killah
07-24-2004, 12:55 AM
I want to know as well... This sounds like a good investment.

Aros Mackey
07-26-2004, 09:59 AM
They do not have a website as of yet, and my car is one of just a hand full that have the Injection regulator. So from what I understand they may not work on some vehicles however, I have had mine for a month now and the worst in town gas mileage I had recieved with the injection regulator was 22 MPG in town but I generaly get 24 in town.

cleanj30
08-16-2004, 06:33 PM
being that there is an abundance of asked questions about this product i dont see it working in the way described without losing hp because the engine only uses the gas when the pedal is pushed responding to the injectors forcing more fuel through when you speed up than if you were slowing down that should be common knowledge! im not bashing the idea, but the fact would remain that unless you dowgraded the injectors and somehow machined the engine to change its fuel to air ratio mixture the car would run like shit! you couldnt decrease the amount of fuel going into the injection sytem without a bad response unless you put alot of money into a nice fuel management system and maybe even a new pressure regulater and filter plus the new pump to respond with the even flow of the upgraded fuel system. i actually would like to see maybe a product test and info sheet as should anyone else who would even think about trying to purchase such an item.

Underground_Killah
08-16-2004, 10:17 PM
yea like i said, if it works, it would be a good investment... but i already get 22mpg+ already...

Aros Mackey
08-17-2004, 10:04 AM
Cleanj30,
Wheather you buy one of these or not I could care less, I have it and love it, it works regardless of what you think. And as for this comment "the engine only uses the gas when the pedal is pushed" that is not true or this would not work I get 24 miles per gallon in town stop and go driving and I like to feel the get up and go of my j30 from every stop light that is no joke my wife hates how I drive our car that is with my foot in it, I see the break though of an outstanding product. There are vehicles that it will set off check engine lights and do funny things to, but the injection regulator works greats with the j30.

rebar71
08-18-2004, 01:38 PM
How does the car idle with this thing on it? I mean, if you're choking off the fuel, it would seem logical that the engine would want to die when stopped at a light.

Aros Mackey
08-19-2004, 10:21 AM
rebar71,
That is a good question, the injection regulator works of momentum, so when you vehicle comes to a stop the the regulator stops as well. My engine has never died because of the regulator, and the vehicle starts perfectly when I am on an angled hill, if you need full power for backing up hills this is not for you.Lol.

bassvato
08-26-2004, 02:37 AM
yea like i said, if it works, it would be a good investment... but i already get 22mpg+ already...

How are you able to get 22mpg +?

Aros Mackey
08-26-2004, 10:01 AM
Before I put the injection regulator on my car I got 15 to 16 MPG city driving after I consistantly get 23 to 24 I just got back from a 600 mile trip I averaged 27 MPG I have never gotten that in my j30 ever. I did not realize how much fuel was being waisted while deaccelerating. I just heard that jeep is now using the same type of technology by shouting down cylinders while cruizing at one pace and they fire up when needed.

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