XenTx Improves Fuel Economy

XenTx Improves Fuel Economy

dennish
dennish

July 18th, 2007, 8:25 pm #1

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Reduce Diesel Fuel Consumption  | Green Performance Systems

Reducing Diesel Fuel Consumption is the focus of Green Performance Systems located in the Cedar Creek Truck Plaza in Ayr,
Ontario.

Green Performance Systems is a Canadian distributor for the XenTx product line of
diesel engine, transmission and fuel system additives which reduct diesel fuel consumption
and increase equipment life.

Visit the XenTx distributor for Canada
 for more information about how to reduce your diesel fuel consumption.
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John Smoot
John Smoot

July 27th, 2007, 4:09 am #2

I tried the crap....nothing. So, where's these "amazing" results that the Xentek marketers keep referring to?

I'd have to believe that there is no better test of the product in question than to purchase the stuff with my money, pour it into my vehicle, and hope for the best. This is what I did. The stuff did nothing for me. Why in the hell would anyone buy something like that a 2nd time?

You guys are snake oil salesmen. Get a life.
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Dennis
Dennis

August 2nd, 2007, 4:35 pm #3

Well we have hundreds of customers and we have not had even one complaint. As a matter of fact, I believe we may have almost 100% of our customers keep coming back for more XenTx. Some of our trucker clients are getting a 20% reduction in fuel usage. We have done interviews and transcribed some and will be on our web site shortly (http://www.greenperform.com).

I can only speculate either you did not really try to observe any difference in fuel mileage or you are competitor to XenTx and just are trash talking.

I realize that maybe +90% of the additives are snake oil, but this XenTx actually works at the molecular level and reduces friction.

If you would like to discuss or would like more info go to our website.
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JSmoot
JSmoot

August 6th, 2007, 10:32 pm #4

I can assure you I know how to check a vehicle's gas mileage. And, all I did was spend my money on Xentek and pour it into my vehicle. I could give a sh*t if anyone else buys it or any of the other ones out there. I have no financial interest in any of these products. I'm sharing my results...that's all.

As far as whom the public should believe? I'm not the person trying to sell anything. That'd be you, Dennis.

Once again: I purchased Xentk. I followed the instructions on the bottle. It did absolutely nothing for gas mileage, performance, etc. It is, by my personal results, a complete waste of money.

For reference, 02 Chevy Silverado 4x4 5.3. Gasoline, not diesel.
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