10% FUEL SAVING ON AVERAGE
Good news for Singapore drivers. The Surbo, is able to give a fuel saving of 10 percent. Below is some data for various car models installed with Surbo.
We try our best and go beyond just installing the Surbo. We will start with asking about the current fuel consumption of your car and then compare it against the average for the same model. If it is average there is usually no problem. If it is higher than average, we will look at reasons, such as oversizing of tyres, or mods that could have resulted in high fuel consumption. We might also compare it with other cars you may have driven, in order to see if it is due to driving patterns or areas. It is also possible that beyond a certain mileage, the fuel economy drops drastically. If there are broken or loose parts in the air intake due to age or design, we will rectify them or advise you to replace them (the reason is that the Surbo requires an airtight air chamber). The result of these checks, and having the Surbo is a greatly improved car, not only in fuel economy but in acceleration.
Below is a fuel economy report from the owner of a 2014 Mazda 3 equipped with Surbo. 22 km/l with Surbo in mixed driving (1/3 urban plus 2/3 highway) vs 17.5 km/l as claimed by car manufacturer for highway driving. Even when driving hard with Surbo and revving, the result was 17.5 km/l.
The Surbo gives more energy, enabling quick acceleration towards the more economical higher gears in a shorter time. Most customers report an overall improvement of 10% in economy. If driving on highways, the vehicle easily exceeds speed limits due to the higher torque, so less of the accelerator needs to be pressed. For automatic cars, rolling distance is longer with foot off accelerator, with engine rpm hardly dropping due to the Surbo system's air accumulation. The following cars have been made more frugal with Surbo: