Forking out money for petrol is pretty much the same as using a R200 note as blitz to start the Sunday braai. However in the case of a braai you at least get a stukkie braaivleis in return. Reduce your car’s fuel consumption with today’s deal: Fork out a once-off R147,50 for a TURBO-FLO and lower the fuel consumption of your petrol guzzler by up to 25%.
With phrases like ‘global warming’ and headlines like ‘petrol price up by 40c’ plastered across news channels and lamp posts, it’s almost impossible not to feel guilty or nauseas every time you turn the key in the ignition. However this nifty little gadget can reduce fuel consumption by up to 25%, easing end of the month running-on-fumes-‘til-payday headaches and having to live off baked beans just to stop the fuel light from screaming. Hence, before you consider trading in your current petrol guzzler for a hybrid or buying a bicycle, lower your guilt-o-mometer by purchasing a TURBO-FLO.
Designed and manufactured in South Africa, you can be sure that the TURBO-FLO is perfectly suited to the South African driving behaviour and that the instruction manual is not in Chinese. The device fits snugly into the flexible air intake pipe just before the carburettor or injector and is compatible with most cars. Though if you’re not sure whether your jalopy can handle the change, be sure to check the list of compatible car models before purchasing. Sturdy and reliable, the TURBO-FLO is sure to last as long as your car, or in the case of an old rust-‘n-rattle on wheels, even longer. In this case the gadget can be refitted to your new replacement vehicle.
The TURBO-FLO increases your car’s power, giving you more kilometres per litre and the satisfaction of passing little old ladies in beetles. This little device is so easy to install, any knowledge of cars, sewing machines, blenders, hair dryers or tea pots is more than sufficient to fit the TURBO-FLO to your car’s air intake. However if you don’t know what an air intake is, best give the TURBO-FLO specialists a call and have them fit it for you at the cost of an extra R100.
Car fact: In 1936 Merryl Vachterhund built a car fuelled by cheese. The car ran best on Camembert, getting close to 8km per pound and reaching speeds of up to 30km/h. However in 1937 Merryl accidently put cheddar in the tank. This had the same effect as putting petrol or orange juice in a diesel vehicle and the cheese mobile was no more.