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    I'm trying to track down the flow pipe for the fuel, I've located the two pipe under the car, If I follow the two pipes from the tank their is a larger pipe with "CAUTION FUEL" which I'm guessing is the flow and a smaller pipe running down the right hand side which i'm guessing is the return.

    Can any one confirm 100% the thicker one is the flow.

    cheers

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    can i ask why???.....

    intrigued..

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    silly thou it may sound, I got some TURBOMAG XT-6 and they fit on the FLOW pipe.

    I just wanted to make sure I've fitted to the correct pipe, I haven't run a full tank of fuel since so can't say if they improve fuel economy . but they seem to improve top end power,

    They're probably a total waist of money but for £10 i thought I'd give'um a go, have a look HERE

    Maybe some one else has tried them ?

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    OMG.. not the old 'fuel ioniser' gag being remodelled again.....

    lets just say that it's degined in the past for petrols, and had no real scientific backing...anyone else remember the 'fuelcat' that used to 'let' your catalysed car run on 4 star by fuel ionisation??..

    lets just say i wouldn't beleive what i've read on that link..if it was true , do you not think every car manufacturer would fit them to give better MPG from the factory....

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    I'm sure there a total crock of **** , but thought I'd have a laugh , I'll have to see if I get any extra from a few tanks,

    Tuning unit free (which I am at the mo') till I get a remap I normally get 510-525 miles per tank,

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