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Old 26 January 2003, 09:37   #11
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Mr Depsol I have been fair with your product at this stage and it seems I am not alone.

Dont assume Guys like this?Do you mean guys that question a Soltron agents Claims?

Im against people being led like sheep and being taken in if at all possible,this is a forum for all not just for your oppinions.Im not saying your product is no good, Im just trying to see what good it may be and by how much it will cost to implement it,You have made claims for its benefits to us and as far as Im concernd ,thats your right to do so.

It is obviouse to me that othere companies will demonstrate there products with as much enthusiasm as yours.

Its is pritty revolutionary product if it adds significantly to one fuel range dont you think?

Its easy to make claims for something thats difficult to define or prove against.Ie who is interested for 8.00 a bottle. I am sort of.
Im sure it may help with emmisions,seeing as I have a bodensee std engine then thats my lot for the green lobby.
Im interested in two things that will make me use it on a regular basis and if you can provide me with any independant results that show that it can give substantial savings as a result of Depsol being added, then you have sold a bottle.

1x increase in fuel economy. Realistic
2x Making my fuel a better quality. So giving my engine longevity and more power.

Thanks for your time on this matter.

|Ps Im not sure wether your wasting my time at this stage Dom?
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Old 26 January 2003, 16:48   #12
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Guys like this

When I say guys like this I dont mean people who question a product, I am open to questions of any nature but when they form the basis of an 'its crap until you prove it to me otherwise' nature and the reasoning behind is more anti than neutral it gets a bit tiresome.

So do you walk into a car showroom and say what mpg does this car do and the salesman says 39 urban do yrou take it for a test ride and if it doesnt acheive this figure then say the car doesnt work? Or if it quotes a top speed and you cant acheive it does that make it crap also? Do you give every one this much greif that you buy stuff from?

Do you test the quality of your fuel before it goes in?

I am not an agent thank you very much, I get involved with soltron at all levels from HFO to MGO in engines boilers generators and power plants. I get involved with items I cannot even speak about as they are highly classified and if you knew half the companies that have Soltron in their fuel you wouldnt question it. You are benefiting from the use of Soltron every day and you dont even know it.

What proof do you want? In what format and by whom? So are you telling me the word of AP, various marine engine manufacturers, two fuel companies, various domestic engine sppliers, powerstations, racing drivers and mechanics is not good enough or enough proof for you?

I am not bothered if you buy it or not and the ime I have given you I could have spent with someone who is genuinly interested in learning about the product or I could have been reading other threads and answering them or learning something from the answers.

Its also funny how you want all the answers and proof for everything from other people but you dont even give out your name or location or anything really about yourself, thats not really polite is it?

If you try it and cant find any benefit yourself then I will give you your money back, try to be honest about the results tho and remember I did not sell it to you, but am willing to refund you if you think its rubbish, ok, cant say fairer than that can I?

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Old 26 January 2003, 17:04   #13
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Dom,
so is an "enzyme" a living thing? it sounds kinda organic!

As I said in an earlier post, I use it in my diesels, but it is almost imposible to tell if there's any performance increase, I'm just glad of the anti-bug bit.

I think a boat is probably the hardest place to prove anything either way as the goalposts move with every minute!

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Old 26 January 2003, 17:09   #14
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True it is hard to tell you have to do long journeys like AP did or put it on a constant running test bed like QUB did.

Yes best ref for an enzyme is saliva which breaks down your food before digestion as Soltron breaks down crud in fuel before combustion.

Too many people think economy economy economy but if you add the other properties to it its worth it on thoise alone. ask anyone who has had the bug woth they have paid to have there tanks cleaned out, Soltron is cheap by comparison.

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Old 26 January 2003, 17:13   #15
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Yeah, I would think the place to be for "absolute" proof of any treatment, which, by the nature of the beast will only be a small change, is a dyno/test bed.
Does it get rid of, or absorb water at all?


PS. I've seen the "bug" in action and I agree, it's a bastard
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Old 26 January 2003, 17:15   #16
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We have been told up to 13% but diff to say really
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Sorry, 13% of what?
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And what do you think of the inhouse looney?
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Old 26 January 2003, 17:22   #19
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13% of water in fuel but cant substantiate the claim.

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Oh well, it's the bug that I want to keep at arms length, my water separators should deal with the H20
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