The section contains information and video materials about the availability and opportunity for everyone to confirm and check the fuel efficiency of the “Super Torque” Pulse Module on their own vehicle.

Comparative measurements of real Fuel Consumption is a clear and accessible way for everyone to confirm the fuel efficiency of the Super Torque Pulse Module.

Algorithm for taking measurements:
– completely fill the fuel tank (until the “gun” of the gas station filling pump clicks or, when using a canister, to the visible limit under the fuel tank lid);
– reset the “current mileage” readings;
– after refueling, drive as usual for at least 200, no more than 250 kilometers;
– fill the fuel tank completely (until the “gun” clicks at the gas station filling pump or the visible border under the fuel tank cap, if possible on the same pump);
– the obtained figures of added fuel allow us to calculate “fuel consumption per 100 km”: for example, the mileage was “220 km”, the added fuel was “27 liters”; “27” multiplied by “100” and divided by “220”; the result is “12.27” liters per 100 km.

It is important to note:
this result was obtained on a separate vehicle in a specific operating condition; the run was carried out under specific weather conditions (pressure, humidity, air temperature) and traffic patterns (road/traffic/mixed); is the first result and reporting point for measuring real fuel consumption.

the result obtained in most cases differs from the fuel consumption indicators declared by the car manufacturer and/or from the on-board computer indicators.

The result obtained is the first part of a comparative measurement of real fuel consumption, which is carried out twice:
the second measurement is carried out according to the algorithm given above, after connecting the “Super Torque” Pulse Module.

The obtained second result of real fuel consumption with the installed “Super Torque” Pulse Module shows the current actual fuel efficiency of the device on a specific vehicle.

To obtain data with a higher degree of reliability it is necessary:
– carry out serial or multiple measurements on the same vehicle over a sufficiently long period of time;
– obtain and summarize operating statistics of a large number of vehicles.

This principle is a mandatory algorithm for obtaining and publishing data within the framework of the FPDtech Protocols.



Examples of comparative measurements of real fuel consumption presented below were carried out in accordance with the above algorithm, are considered correct and comply with FPDtech Protocols: measurements were carried out under the supervision and/or with the direct participation of FPDtech representatives.

Example of measurements on one passenger car:

An example of simultaneous measurements on two used cars:

An example of simultaneous measurements on two cars without mileage:

Example of measurement on a low-mileage truck:

An example of a series of comparative measurements on a tractor:

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