Installed to assist with power improvements, improved fuel quality and decreased cabin noise.
Unit located between primary and secondary filters, stable voltage source choosen was ignition switched fuel filter water bowl alarm relay supply, mounting screws were lost will be fitted as soon as possible to ”Rivnuts” fitted in angle aluminium support.
Filters were mounted firmly to wheel arch providing a low vibration support in a low radiant heat area, access to all regular engine servicing points was maintained.
Vehicle used at high altitude with morning fogs common, below -0c temperatures in winter and above 40 degrees C in summer.
1st Update 16th July: Vehicle was reported by owner as follows has been used for highway travel with approx. a 2 litre per 100 km fuel saving and approx. 1 litre per 100 km in very steep tar sealed mountain roads, as fuel quality has improved a noted increase in power was also reported, other very positive differences were also reported, that we are investigating if our units had improved engine performance.