"Turbonator"

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  1. Zach_Mattison

    Zach_Mattison New Member

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    anyone know if this is for real or if its a bunch of bull:


    As Seen in automotive Magazines:

    The Turbonator, and it's superior design, can increase your horsepower up to 55 HP and your MPG up to 33%!

    More Power: Are you looking for more power from your wheels? Whether you have a stock or aftermarket intake system, the Turbonator can add up to 55 horsepower to your vehicle.*

    Fuel Savings : Turbonator users have reported MPG increases up to 33 percent. Results will vary depending on your driving habits and the condition of your vehicle.

    Easy To Install : 5 minutes and a screwdriver is all it takes. Anyone can do it.

    Superior Quality: The Turbonator is made of solid stainless steel and backed by a lifetime warranty. It is guaranteed to outlast your car. The Turbonator's fins are engineered to improve combustion without restricting airflow. Because the fins do not intersect in the middle of the hose, air is allowed to flow freely into the engine. This results in improved performance and alleviates any stress on the fins themselves. We are not a reseller. We are the manufacturer. We design, make, inspect, and ship every single Turbonator ourselves. If you didn't get it from us, you didn't get a Turbonator.

    120-Day Money Back Guarantee: We have tens of thousands of satisfied customers who have recommended the Turbonator to their friends and families. Try it for 120 days, and if you are not 100% satisfied, you can return it with no questions asked. Get more horsepower and better gas mileage or get your money back. Turbonator, more boost for your buck.

    How does it work?
    The Turbonator's airflow dynamics can produce a swirling, fast-burn effect in the combustion chamber. This can create finer particles of atomized fuel, allowing better flame propagation and more complete combustion. Read more..
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  2. Black_02_GT

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    that my friend. is a huge waste of money.
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  3. Mustang5L5

    Mustang5L5 Car used in adult film "Highway Gangbang-InDaButt" SN Certified Technician Founding Member

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    Twin turbonators!!!!
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  5. 98COBRA281

    98COBRA281 Active Member

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    twin turbonators :eek: :drool:







    :rlaugh::lol:
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    its the fakezorz man.

    otherwise we'd all be running twin turbonators, pullied down, with an 8-rib kit and meth

    *realizes nothing made sense*

    :leaving:
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  7. 98COBRA281

    98COBRA281 Active Member

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    pullied down tubro's and a 8 rib kit :eek:

    thats some serious horse power........
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    SaleenGT2001 Well-Known Member

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    you need a voltage booster for the turonators to work properly. with the voltage booster you should see 800 rwhp on a stock GT.
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  9. Wolvrin704

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    Its such a great product that they don't even show a picture of it on their website. :rlaugh:
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  10. flstang65

    flstang65 Well-Known Member

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    Although, they did use a lot of big words. So, it must be good...?:shrug:
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  11. san~man

    san~man O-G Founding Member

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    This thread is done. As everyone's said, it's total crap.
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