I have a Nissan Navara 4.0 V6 and was intending to sell it for the reason of the heavy fuel consumption. After installing two Cyclone units I see the difference and have changed my mind of selling my vehicle. – Bloemfontein – Free State
In January I installed two units in my 2006 Land Cruiser 4500 EFI and always used to get between 328 – 350 km per tank and now getting 488 km per tank. Willen – KZN.
“I would like to share some feedback on the Cyclone units that I recently bought for my 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 series 4.2 l diesel.
I decided to have a roofrack mounted as I tend to always run out of space to pack. As you know this normally has a effect on consumption. With the track record that the 80 series Cruisers have and adding a roofract to the equation I thought that I would be lucky to get 4.5 km/liter.
Well, I was presently surprised after my first fill up. It took my consumption from 5.0 km/liter to a amazing 7.68 km/l.” Jan Bouwer – Namibia
“On my Toyota Yaris 1.3 I used to average between 5.8 – 6 lt / 100 km and after I installed a Cyclone Fuel Saver in my car I now average about 5 lt / 100 km.” Dumisane – Secunda
“My wife drives every day to Benoni and back to Sasolburg for work. Total distance to for the day is 206 km,weekly 1030 km. I have read about the Cyclone Fuel Saver and decided to buy it to see if it really works. We installed one in my wife’s 2017 Renault Stepway and to our surprise she gets more km/lt and the 900 cc Turbo has more guts. Previously on a tank the average was 935 km and since the Cyclone is fitted the average is in the region of 1025 km, depends on the amount of traffic on the R59. It really works”. DERICK – SASOLBURG