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Old 10-27-2007, 11:50 PM
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What exactly is Fitch and does anyone know if its worth it?
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yep appears that way, but havent bought one yet personally.

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Its a joke. Its basically a can of magnets that your fuel flows through, supposedly it helps align molecules, there has been no REAL evidence to prove this actually works or does anything at all for that matter. However if there was material in your fuel that could stick to the magnets it might help filter it for a while, till the built up material becomes too excessive then it start loosing large concentrated amounts of material into the fuel system. Its also known as a gimmick or snake oil. If you watch any of the viseos that claim it does anything they are running highly modified engines and fuels, beyond what most people will ever see, and the results are not duplicatable or truly verifiable. Just my .02 waste your money if you feel like.
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the engine they tested on was pretty close to what i run in addition to my f250. 450HP 68 mustang, and i cant exactly get fuel good enough in CA (91 octane) for it to keep it from pinging. Dyno results are dyno results. just do some research on it to check it out.im gonna buy it, looks like it works great on diesels too.
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i have it and u all are right waste of money but i have seen a teeny tiny teeny tiny bit better but now i have more hp parts i prob have lost that teeny bit........ i am just going to keep it on not paying to take it off!
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