hi emailed the author yesterday and here are both emails.
>Subject: "Help Gas Mileage for Under $100." from Dec 1, 2004
>Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 16:26:13 -0500
>Hello Mr. Hwang,
>I just said your article, "Help Gas Mileage for Under $100." I am very
>curious how replacing a car's grounding system will improve net
>horsepower and gas mileage by reducing electrical resistance.
>Do you have any documented proof?
>Thanks so much for reading my e-mail,
Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 1:48 AM
Subject: RE: "Help Gas Mileage for Under $100." from Dec 1, 2004
Reducing electrical resistance doesn't actually make power, it saves it. You
probably wouldn't see much of a gain on a new car, but older cars with poor
grounding are robbing you of power. This is also true when you make
extensive modifications, such as adding a stereo system. I've read a bit
about it, but I'll have to run a search to find you a more definitive study.
'09 MB E350 4Matic
Missing my '02 325xi w/ manual trans
one good site: www.realoem.com