Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device
Fuel Optimization Device

Fuel Optimization Device

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Nowadays, the amount of motor vehicle users is increasing as well as the fuel price! Have you ever thought that how much gas you will spend each time you use your car?

 

Do not worry about it anymore! With FUEL OPTIMIZATION DEVICE you can drive without any burden!!

Fuel Optimization Device is a device that uses GAS (Petrol-Unleaded) and diesel engine to save up to 20% more fuel. It works by accessing the OBD₂ protocols and redesigning the car's controller for better fuel economy. Depending on the habit of the driver, it adapts to the vehicle and automatically re-adjusts the ECU to save fuel and reduce emissions.

Fuel Optimization Device is equipped with a motor protection function that makes it 100% safe for the car engine and does not lower the car's performance. It is easy to install. Simply plug the device into your OBD2 port and simply unplug it by unplugging it. The car then automatically returns to the factory settings. It is suitable for vehicles equipped with unleaded petrol after 1996 and with diesel after 1998.

FEATURES:

  • 100% safe for car engine - equipped with a motor protection function that makes it 100% safe for your car engine and does not affect the performance of your car.

  • Easy to install - simply plug in the OBD₂ port (gasoline - unleaded cars after 1996 and diesel vehicles after 1998).

  • Easy to remove - After removing the device, the factory settings are restored.

  • The longer you drive, the better the performance - We recommend driving at least 1 month before the decisions, although most will see a significant difference after 200 km.

PACKAGE INCLUDED:

  • 1 * Fuel Optimization Device