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Old 14-10-2006, 11:07 PM   #1
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Magnetic healing

may be of interest to some of you folk who suffer from migrane or back/muscular pain, or arthritis for the older feckers!

i have tried one of the wrist magnetic bracelets and has felt really good.......

http://www.pure-u.com/

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Old 14-10-2006, 11:47 PM   #2
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Torkin Bollix - the right forum for that kinda stuff.

Can I sell you a catalytic/magnetic fuel wizard as well? Guaranteed 0.0000% performance increase.
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Old 14-10-2006, 11:53 PM   #3
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Uh-Oh, here we go...
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Torkin Bollix - the right forum for that kinda stuff.

Can I sell you a catalytic/magnetic fuel wizard as well? Guaranteed 0.0000% performance increase.

can you prove it doesnt work? NO!

can i prove it does? NO!

do i feel using this product helps......YES!

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Old 15-10-2006, 12:00 PM   #5
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My dad used one of those magnetic ones for a car (unleaded with cat conv.) it did put his fuel bill down quite a bit, was an old car though.
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Old 16-10-2006, 11:07 PM   #6
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I have a massive magnet in my house and an equally massive magnet in my car. I put them north to north on my way to work and north to south on my way home, I use no diesel whatsoever during my journey, wickard!!!
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Very good!
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Old 17-10-2006, 12:34 AM   #8
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The magnetic healing stuff isnt all bullshit (although I admit most of its probably just placebo).

I have several collegues who swear by thier use of Quelinx which is a necklace on a very similar theme to Gavs bracelet
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The scientific aid from the bracelets is probably a combination of placebo and some change to the magnitisation (is that a word?) of some of the components of the blood, however the car ones (with the exception of JBDs!!!) have some scientific evidance - the fuel ones will excite the molecules more and so they are more likely to combust in the engine and so produce a higher output - either through better performance or in most peoples cases, lower fuel costs. Similarly in the use of them for gas, water etc. BTW my dad sells them as a side product if anyone is interested!!! For cars, gas, water, people (like gavs) and cats and dogs
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Old 17-10-2006, 12:53 AM   #10
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I'm not lying I use no diesel whatsoever at all not one drop!!!
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Yeh, neither do i, just shed loads of unleaded!
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Serves me right for driving a 2.6
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Old 17-10-2006, 12:59 AM   #13
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Yeh, neither do i, just shed loads of unleaded!
Same here, about 1 gallon every 25 miles
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i think i may use even more than that commuting 13 miles to uni @ about 70 doesnt do the fuel much good - about £15 for 4 days travelling, hmmm, wouldnt want to drive much else though, acutally a mustang would be nice.....
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however the car ones have some scientific evidance - the fuel ones will excite the molecules more and so they are more likely to combust in the engine and so produce a higher output - either through better performance or in most peoples cases, lower fuel costs. Similarly in the use of them for gas, water etc. BTW my dad sells them

All these products that claim to save you fuel don't actually tell the ECU to inject less fuel for a given amount of air as that would make the engine lean. So as far as I can see they must increase the efficiency of the engine thus giving more power making the driver apply less throttle for the same acceleration. Thus less air and less fuel enter the engine and so the car returns more MPG. So it stands to reason then that at WOT the engine would have more power.

I've seen claims of upto 20% improvement in fuel economy for these magnet thingy's so would it be fair to say that If I fit one to my 160hp (naturally aspirated) Scooby that I would see 192hp then if I get myself an Ecotek Valve (+10%) I should be pushing 208hp. Makes you wonder what Subaru are doing feckin around with turbo chargers and such like dun it!!!
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If I got a Kand N cone filter and a few gallons of shell V-Max I reckon I would be up there in the neighbourhood of 220hp , sweet!!! Thats a 60 hp gain for around 150 notes!!!
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Re: Magnetic healing

I have tried these on cars, gas supply at home and our old border collie cross. The car an aging Escort 1600 improved by 40 extra miles per tank , the gas don't know if it did any good, But old arthritic Ben who was 12 when he started to suffer was on tablets at 20 quid a month. We put one of the pet collars on him and noticed an improvement within days, after 3 weeks was off the tablets and behaving almost like a puppy. No placebo there cos we didn't tell him it would make him better. he went on to nearly 17 before his other bits let him down.

I tried a bracelet type one after that and all it did was collect iron fillings and make my wrist sore.

My sister swears by them as she has a circulation condition, constant cold extremities also known as white finger.

So they work for some but not others. Don't knock something you havn't tried.
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Old 17-10-2006, 01:00 PM   #18
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Re: Re: Magnetic healing

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Don't knock something you havn't tried.
Agreed!

BTW, I've booked you up, and 'big Leroy' will be round tonight at 7pm, make sure you're greased up, have a bullet handy to bite on, and are ready to 'try it'!

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why does homosexual lovin always come top of your list on such occasions as this Jon?

sommink you aint tellin us!
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Old 17-10-2006, 01:30 PM   #20
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OK, so someone explain, in proper technical terms, why they reckon these magnetic things work on your car.
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