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Fuel Bank EVO II

Postby tezzax » Sun Jan 20, 2013 11:30 pm

Hello everyone! I have found a FUELBANK EVO2 on my car, it came with it from Japan. It looks like a grounding kit or i dont know what they are called.

Ive checked they cost quite alot so am wondering what are its benefits?
The product on this website:

http://fuelbankevo.com/fuelbank_e/power/index.html

Can anyone who used this please review this item and let us know of its advantages, or its just nonsense. :?: and how to test if it works or not? :?: with a multimeter or any other way?

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Re: Fuel Bank EVO II

Postby E910 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:54 am

I put an earthing kit on my Altezza. Can't say I noticed much difference. I put one my old Levin BZ-G & it made quiet big difference. Improved the voltage output from something like 13.2v up to a constant 14.4v. I guess the factory earthing on the Levin wasn't as good as the Altezza's.

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Re: Fuel Bank EVO II

Postby tezzax » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:50 pm

I was just wondering if these devices really increase some hp or torque, smoother car, and all that they claim?

On my Altezza i had tried by disconnecting that EVO 2 thingy it was giving 13.4V while the car is idling, and gave 14.1 with that device connected. How many volts does yours give EP910?

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Re: Fuel Bank EVO II

Postby E910 » Tue Jan 22, 2013 2:12 am

So it is doing something then. It was over 4 years ago when I installed my earthing kit so can't remember any numbers. I vaguely remember checking the voltage when I put an amp in & it was in the low 14's. I guess if you can get a cheap earth upgrade kit like I did then it is worth while.

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Re: Fuel Bank EVO II

Postby BabbyLittle » Sat Apr 04, 2015 1:19 pm

Thank you for posting this information!)


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