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lexineiwcgutierrez 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 21, 2013 4:23 AM Member since: Oct 4, 2013
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    Anyone else get the email from UA?

    by lexineiwcgutierrez Oct 4, 2013 1:34 PM
    lexineiwcgutierrez lexineiwcgutierrez Nov 21, 2013 4:23 AM Flag

    There is no free ride... Theoretically you could add water to gas and it would still work in an engine. Gas line antifreeze was made to bond to water in fuel. But if you notice in their NR's, they dance around providing ALL data such as the drop in horsepower when doing so. You might add 10% water and have the fuel still work, but the drop in power would necessitate the use of more fuel than before, so in the end you would not have any net gain. More pump and dump penny stock misleading.

  • lexineiwcgutierrez lexineiwcgutierrez Oct 4, 2013 1:35 PM Flag

    Do you people really believe this #$%$. Where are the results from all the past products??????
    Not a ONE.

  • lexineiwcgutierrez by lexineiwcgutierrez Oct 4, 2013 1:34 PM Flag

    Underground Stock Alerts (google em) just came out with a detailed report on CTLE today - I recommend any fellow shareholders here sign up immediately and wait for the next update, last time they alerted a stock as a buy it went up 1350%, and last two times they put out sell ratings the stocks dove over 75% - don't be the last to know and get screwed, I learned my lesson on their AAPL sell alert, and GOOG buy alert sub $300.

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    Turning water into gas

    by mauitrash Oct 1, 2013 8:55 AM
    lexineiwcgutierrez lexineiwcgutierrez Oct 4, 2013 1:33 PM Flag

    There is no free ride... Theoretically you could add water to gas and it would still work in an engine. Gas line antifreeze was made to bond to water in fuel. But if you notice in their NR's, they dance around providing ALL data such as the drop in horsepower when doing so. You might add 10% water and have the fuel still work, but the drop in power would necessitate the use of more fuel than before, so in the end you would not have any net gain. More pump and dump penny stock misleading.

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