1) Reduction in harmful emissions – Typical reductions of 30-50%+ of carbon monoxide (CO),
carbon dioxide (CO2), and hydrocarbons (HCHO). Also 90%+ reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOX).
2) Increase in fuel economy – Typical increase in MPG range from 5-15%+. There are many
applications that can benefit from 20-25% improvements or more.
3) Better performance– Most drivers will experience improved throttle responsiveness, smoother
shifting (on automatic transmissions), and more power.
4) Extended vehicle life – Because the oil stays cleaner and harmful, abrasive carbon and sludge
deposits are greatly reduced, your engine life and maintenance costs should be reduced over the life of the vehicle.
Q: Does the DynoValve® affect my manufacturer's warranty?
A: No. The Magnusson Moss Warranty Act of 1975 protects consumers from being denied warranty claims as long as the aftermarket equipment and its installation are not the cause of any damage that would cause the claim to be denied. The vehicle should be in proper operating condition prior to DynoValve installation.
Q: Will I be able to pass a smog test?
A: In many cases, the DynoValve can help a vehicle that is failing a smog test to pass, but there are many other factors that can affect the vehicle’s ability to pass. The DynoValve also has been issued an Executive Order (E.O. D-677) from the California Air Resources Board that specifies compliance with emissions equipment regulations and standards.
Q: Does the DynoValve® work on all vehicles?
A: The DynoValve can be installed in all types of vehicles, however, the primary challenge is that it is not physically practical to install the DynoValve in certain vehicles. Also, because of the inherent design of certain models, there are other factors that make installation undesirable. We will consult with you to determine whether or not your vehicles would be good candidates.
Q: What kind of MPG improvement will I get if I mostly drive in the city?
A: The DynoValve can achieve some improvement in the city. There are several factors that can effect the improvement. The more idling and stop-and-go driving that is done, the less the DynoValve will be able to increase MPG. Aggressive driving will usually negate MPG benefits, although improvement in power should be noticed. Good driving habits and highway miles will see the best improvements.