VOLKSWAGEN FUEL ACTIVATOR — a device which is installed on a fuel hose of any Volkswagen car and significantly reduces fuel consumption Volkswagen by 20% and improves the engine performance. Therefore, with the same amount of fuel on your Volkswagen, you will drive MORE KILOMETERS!
Activators are installed on all models of Volkswagen and are used in all types of fuel — GAS, PETROL, DIESEL FUEL.
The Activators are easy to install, they are installed on the Volkswagen fuel supply hose in a few minutes:
1. Volkswagen fuel consumption is reduced by 20%.
2. A slight increase in the power of the Volkswagen engine.
3. Extends the service life of the Volkswagen engine.
4. The content of carbon monoxide and other pollutants in Volkswagen exhaust gases is reduced by 30-40%.
5. Stable and dynamic operation of the Volkswagen engine.
6. Reduces the formation of soot and carbon deposits on Volkswagen pistons, cylinders, spark plugs, fuel injectors, catalyst and exhaust pipes.
7. Extends the service life of the Volkswagen catalyst, lambda probe, spark plugs and Volkswagen fuel injectors.
Volkswagen ACTIVATOR reduces fuel consumption by 20%.
At the same time, the engine operation of Volkswagen is significantly improved.
Examples of installation on different models of Volkswagen.
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ANY FUEL (petrol, diesel, gas), by going through 10 magnetic fields of THESE ACTIVATORS, for a short time changes its structure and properties, and it BURNS more fully and REGULARLY.
Due to this, the Volkswagen engine begins to work much BETTER.
Usually, it is already seen after 10-20 km of run of the car Volkswagen which has an installed Activator.
Imagine, how your Volkswagen engine works with VERY GOOD FUEL …
That is, we have quite different (better) fuel.
You agree that chopped firewood burns much better than whole logs … The same thing happens with automotive fuel in the cylinders of the Volkswagen engine.
Activators installed on Volkswagen reduce the density and viscosity of fuel:
1. This leads to the formation of smaller fuel particles, ensures good atomization and combustion in the cylinders of the Volkswagen engine.
2. The fuel ignites better and burns smoothly, ensuring soft and smokeless operation of the Volkswagen engine.
3. Reduces deposits on injectors and carbon deposits on candles and Volkswagen cylinders.
4. Reduces the load on the operation of Volkswagen fuel supply systems.
5. Increases reliability and increases the life of Volkswagen fuel equipment.
All this leads to improved conditions for fuel combustion Volkswagen cylinders.
FUEL with Activators burns more completely in the Volkswagen engine, does not leave carbon deposits on pistons, cylinders and spark plugs.
On Volkswagen cars, the injectors are not polluted, and there is no black smoke even at throttling at free running.
Knowing where the fuel hoses are located, Activators at Volkswagen are installed within 5 minutes (see «INSTALLATION»)
ATTENTION! The main difference of THESE ACTIVATORS is that there are 20 magnets placed in them, which for a short time CHANGE THE STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF FUEL. In other similar Aktivators which can be used on Volkswagen, there are only 2 powerful magnets which are not able to change anything in the fuel (see «ANALOGUES» ).
When you don’t like the Aktivators, then with no doubt you can return them back within 37 days (read «RETURN»).
ACTIVATOR reduces the fuel consumption of any VOLKSWAGEN vehicle by 20%. Therefore, with the same amount of fuel on your Volkswagen, you will drive MORE KILOMETERS!
The operating life is at least 15 years
We produce and sell them starting from 2008
The set of Activators (2 Activators) — 60,00 EUR
The price includes the deliver by post.
When installing on Volkswagen both the Fuel combustion Activators and Activator Autothermia, FUEL CONSUMPTION is reduced by 30-40%!
Read «ACTIVATOR OF AUTOTHERMIE»
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Features of Volkswagen TDI engine
The Volkswagen TDI engine is an increased power at a low volume of harmful emissions. The abbreviation TDI (Turbo Diesel Injection) refers to a diesel power unit, which has increased torque, low fuel costs and high power. What are the other positive aspects and specifics of such a different engine Volkswagen
The only model Volkswagen, which is equipped with TDI-all-wheel drive SUV Toaureg. This type of engine is not the most popular on Volkswagen cars, unlike TSI. On the Passat B8, Passat CC, Tiguan install now (2016) only engines of type TSI. On the Golf and the Jetta TSI also sets except MPI engines.
Every modern engine with turbocharger as well as direct injection in Volkswagen vehicles is marked as TDI. An important feature for each of these Volkswagen engines is that the fuel injection, which is produced under high pressure together with the changing turbine geometry, allows the combustion to be extremely effective.
During the application of technologies of direct fuel injection is able to achieve a level of efficiency up to 45 percent. As a result, a significant proportion of the possible fuel energy is converted into kinetic energy, that is, into motor power. Although you need to almost completely and efficiently burn fuel. This is achieved with the help of a special configuration of the combustion chamber.
The main positive aspects of TDI
Motor Volkswagen TDI device features low consumption. Its most important positive aspects are considered:
* low fuel consumption of Volkswagen;
* low emissions of harmful substances;
* the need only occasionally to carry out car service and maintenance Volkswagen.
During low speed turns, in large measure, to increase capacity to limit the rotational frequency. There is an improvement in overclocking Volkswagen, and at the same time the quality of the working dynamics. Increased torque at the same time provides the ultimate convenience of driving a car that is equipped with a motor device TDI.
Direct or pre-fuel injection?
Engines with direct fuel injection carry out a rather rigid fuel combustion. As a result at the cooled start, as a rule, there is a distinctive rumble. To avoid this, diesel fuel is pre-injected.
Before the main cycle directly into the combustion chamber there is a fuel supply in a small volume. The pressure in the chamber increases not immediately, but gradually, so the combustion becomes «soft».
Reduce Volkswagen’s harmful emissions
After the fuel is pre-injected, a post-injection process takes place, resulting in a reduction in the emission of harmful substances. Minimized nitrogen oxides in the exhaust due to the fact that the combustion chamber Volkswagen gets a little fuel based on the speed. When the air is mixed, which is absorbed, and at the same time the exhaust gases in the chamber temperature decreases, so there is a reduction in the volume of nitrogen oxides.
Volkswagen engine turbocharger
The TDI motors use a turbocharger with variable geometry, which allows the compression of the air that is absorbed. This increases the volume of absorbed air in the chamber. As a result, the engine power is increased at the same volume and at the same speed.
The two turbines form the device of Volkswagen turbocharger. Located in the exhaust tract of the turbine begins to rotate from the outgoing mass of exhaust gases Volkswagen. It starts to move the compressor wheel, which compresses the air directly at the inlet. The air, heated during compression, is cooled and then is supplied to the chamber of Volkswagen. Since the volume of air also decreases when the temperature decreases, it turns out to be more in the chamber.
The change in turbine geometry
The VTG system is today used quite successfully in the TDI motors. During low speed and low gas volume control unit changes the location of the mechanical thrust blades, in which there is a narrowing of the diameter. This helps to accelerate the gas flow and increase the pressure. With increasing engine speed Volkswagen is increasing the exhaust pressure, so the control unit on the contrary increases the pipeline diameter. Such superchargers contribute to giving additional power to the Volkswagen engine, reducing emissions and increasing the pickup.
More about Volkswagen’s shortcomings
Volkswagen engine features
Let’s go in order and look at the engine of the Volkswagen. It’s no secret that the market can only find the most practical products, this also applies to engines. The Volkswagen engine model is quite old, because it is a 1.6 engine with eight valves, which hardly reaches for full movement. At the same time it is quite reliable and easy to operate Volkswagen. On the engines of newer models, frequent breakage happens to the timing, but in the classic version in the Volkswagen drive belt is installed, which is much longer.
It is also worth noting that it is necessary to carry out regular maintenance: with a mark of 100 thousand kilometers it is recommended to replace the timing belt and the engine pump. Change the oil should be every 10-15 thousand kilometers, it is better not to save on oil and change it as often as possible. You should also pay attention to the choice of brand, it is not recommended to use the popular, and pour oil, with a lower rate of carbonation, because you run the risk of meeting such a sore as the occurrence of piston rings, even if you drive very restrained.
Volkswagen transmission problems
As for the Volkswagen transmission, there are two options: the classic «automatic» or DSG. In the first case, everything is good enough and there are no special problems, the main thing every 50 thousand kilometers to replace Volkswagen oil. But with new technologies it is more difficult. It is stated that the lining is enough for more than 200 thousand mileage, with practice shows that the fault appear at around 100 thousand, or even earlier.
With respect to the chassis of the Volkswagen you can see that she’s average. Do not think that it is able to withstand everything, it is not so. In the chassis of the shortcomings of Volkswagen are manifested in the fact that it, having a good margin of resistance, rarely gives warning signals. So if you do not want to overpay for the repair, which will cost a tidy sum, you will regularly have to spend money on inspections using the lift. Of course, we can not say that the margin of safety of Volkswagen is high enough and when driving on domestic roads, it will serve more than a hundred thousand.
Volkswagen body and interior
The body of Volkswagen – this is his key problem. The fact that very often among the Volkswagen models with a qualitative covering of the body across the car, the paint which peels off and covered with bubbly. In addition, in this Volkswagen model, the body has problems with corrosion. This problem often concerns the rear arches, thresholds, as well as the points of contact of the wings with the rear bumper. Often suffers and the bottom of Volkswagen, so if you want to buy a used car, the tip: a good look at the bottom for rust in the front area, choose a vehicle with additional protection against corrosion.
The cabin of the Volkswagen you can only say that it does not have any distinct flaws. At the same time Volkswagen weaknesses are observed in the case of domestic Assembly. This may be poorly fixed panels or errors in the Assembly of the Volkswagen climate control unit. Often you can find a leak due to damage to the seal, and when you consider the complex electronic network Volkswagen, the water on the floor can cause serious damage.
How to reduce fuel consumption on a Volkswagen car
Many motorists compare the fuel consumption of their Volkswagen car with the data provided in catalogs. Often, in fact, there are noticeable excesses in comparison with these data. Let’s figure out how to evaluate Volkswagen fuel consumption data provided in catalogs, determine the reasons for increased fuel consumption on Volkswagen cars and learn how to operate a new car with minimal fuel consumption.
Volkswagen’s fuel consumption data provided by the car manufacturer is based on the new European Test Cycle (NEFZ), which is legally approved as a mandatory method for estimating fuel consumption. These data are obtained in laboratory conditions, which do not always correspond to the actual operating conditions of the car.
In the NEFZ cycle, fuel consumption is estimated for three modes: urban, suburban and combined. According to these data, the nominal fuel consumption can be compared.
Volkswagen fuel consumption optimization methods
To reduce fuel consumption on Volkswagen cars, the following rules must be observed:
Try to move evenly.
Slow down less.
Move along with the traffic flow.
Use a rolling motion (in neutral).
Use the inertia of the car.
Move, if possible, in a higher gear. Volkswagen TDI and TSI engines are designed to move at low speeds as well.
Features of reducing Volkswagen fuel consumption on cars with a manual transmission:
When using a car with a manual transmission after the start of the movement, switch to second gear.
When switching to higher gears, you can skip one of the gears if the driving conditions allow it.
When driving in a stream, choose, if possible, the highest possible gear.
Features of reducing Volkswagen fuel consumption on cars with automatic transmission:
Avoid Kickdown mode.
Briefly release the accelerator pedal before pressing it again — the automation will turn on the next higher gear.
Use forced idling mode to switch to lower gears. If you take your foot off the accelerator pedal, it will switch to a lower gear. At the same time, the fuel supply is interrupted, and Volkswagen’s fuel consumption is reduced. Examples of using switching to lower gears in forced idling mode: remove your foot from the accelerator pedal when driving downhill or when approaching a traffic light with a red signal/
Roll forward. When driving in neutral, Volkswagen’s fuel consumption is also significantly reduced. This is especially effective in cases where the car can roll for a long distance. When driving downhill, it also makes sense to move coasting, but only if the slope is not too great.
Turn on additional energy consumers only if necessary. Electrical equipment, such as an air conditioning system, heated seats, rear windows or exterior mirrors, is also a consumer of Volkswagen fuel. With reasonable use of the equipment, increased Volkswagen fuel consumption can be avoided.
At low speeds, the climate control system, for example, can consume up to 2 liters/100 km. At the same time, the temperature can be lowered by airing the cabin before the trip, or if you drive for a while with the windows down
Check the tire pressure. The contribution of rolling resistance to Volkswagen’s total fuel consumption is up to 15%. If the tires are inflated to a pressure designed for full load, the rolling resistance decreases, and with it the Volkswagen fuel consumption decreases; the corresponding pressures are indicated on the fuel tank lid or in some models in the threshold area on the driver’s side rack. When using tires with reduced rolling resistance, fuel consumption can be reduced by more than 3%. In addition, tires with reduced rolling resistance make less noise.
Avoid traveling short distances.At the stage of warming up the cold engine after starting, Volkswagen’s fuel consumption is maximum (up to 30 liters / 100 km). At the same time, short-distance trips should be avoided, if possible, or at least combined with each other. Warming up the engine at idle in cold weather does not reduce Volkswagen’s fuel consumption, but rather increases it. In addition, it is prohibited by law.
Use oil with reduced viscosity. The faster the engine parts are well lubricated, the faster the friction inside the engine will decrease and harmful emissions into the atmosphere will be reduced. This is especially important when cold starting and traveling short distances. When using low viscosity oils, Volkswagen’s fuel consumption can be reduced by more than 5% compared to conventional oils.
General rules for saving Volkswagen fuel consumption
Keep an eye on the oil level.
Observe oil change intervals.
Use Volkswagen approved oils.
Reduce aerodynamic drag. Good aerodynamics are the key to reducing Volkswagen’s fuel consumption. The Volkswagen car body is designed in such a way that the area exposed to wind load is minimal. However, the use of superstructures on the roof, such as bicycle mounts and roof racks reduces this advantage to zero. With an increase in aerodynamic drag by 33%, Volkswagen’s fuel consumption at a speed of 160 km/ h increases by 2 liters / 100 km. Remove the trunk from the roof, even if it is not used for a short time.
Do not carry unnecessary ballast with you. 100 kg of excess cargo increases Volkswagen fuel consumption by 0.3 liters / 100 km. Regular inspection of the contents of the luggage compartment helps to reduce Volkswagen fuel consumption.
These rules apply to Volkswagen models: Polo, Golf hatchback, Golf Sportsvan, Beetle, Jetta, Tiguan, Passat sedan, Passat Variant, Volkswagen CC, Golf Variant, Touran, Sharan.