The Short Version

A thought came: What might happen if we negatively ionized some of the air going into an auto or truck engine? 

About a year ago I started doing it, on my 1998 Chevy Tahoe.  Fourteen negative ionizers in place on a 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe The results are very interesting.  I have what feels like quite a bit more power at the pedal, some improved gas mileage too, much better dead-of-winter running, and the ability to run E-85 gasoline with no loss in power.  Right now my rig uses fourteen 12VDC devices intended to be built into home or auto air ionizers; a friend has two, and I am preparing to add two or three to my sweet wife's Ford Focus.  The most surprising aspect so far: the engines are running cooler! We are seeking solid theory as to how and why.

Some might wonder how this is possible. Well, there is inspiration; and then my sweet wife Lori made a deal with me a long time ago, in not very different circumstance, "Just don't blow up the car." Much good!