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For Distributor Wire OnlyGasoline engine coil on plug system
Distributor Wire Ignition   "DWI" Coil On Plug   "COP"
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Installation Instructions Installation Instructions
Impulzer Block  
Dot points towards distributor
Impulzer Block
Dot points towards coil
1. Insert ignition wire into the Impulzer block.  1. Insert coil supply wires into the Impulzer block 
2. Set Impulzer blocks close to distributor, leave at least
one inch gap between distributor and block. Push wire all
the way inside block channel.
2.Set Impulzer Blocks as close to coil as you can get, you might have to strip tape back one inch to accommodate wires inside block channel..    
Prevent High Voltage Arch!
 DWI System
There Is No Danger Of High Voltage Arch In COP System
3. Make sure distributor wires are not worn out,they can rub on hot metal engine parts deteriorating wire insulation causing arcing damaging Impulzer blocks and ignition coil. 3. When setting Impulzer blocks make sure coil  wires are not damaged when stripping back the tape that keeps wires together. Wires Insulation when damaged can cause wires to shot out.
4. When setting blocks on the distributor wires keep blocks separated from each other, they must not touch or be next to each other, have at least 1 inch separation between blocks.  4. When setting blocks on supply wires make sure all 18 gauge power supply wires fit inside Impulzer blocks channel before securing with Tie Wraps.
5. Insert Tie Wraps in 1/8 inch holes on blocks and tighten snuggly, wire must not be loose inside block. Use pliers on block to secure a tighter grip on distributor wire inside block. 5. Insert Tie Wraps in 1/8 inch holes on blocks and tighten snuggly, power supply wires must not be loose inside block. Use pliers on block to secure a tighter grip on coil supply wires inside block.
Tips
Impulzer does not work properly if:
Tips
Impulzer does not work properly if:
  •  Clogged Air Filter 
  •    Low on engine oil
  •    Low on Coolant
  •    Low on Transmission oil
  •    Low air pressure on tires
  •    Low on oil rear Axel
  •    Wheels out of balance
  •    Worn out spark plugs
  •    Worn out distributor wires
  •    Clogged oxygen sensors 
  •  Clogged Air Filter 
  •    Low on engine oil#FDFFE0
  •    Low on Coolant
  •    Low on Transmission oil
  •    Low air pressure on tires
  •    Low on oil rear Axel
  •    Wheels out of balance
  •    Worn out spark plugs
  •    Worn out distributor wires
  •    Clogged oxygen sensors 

My wife and I have been wanting to write and say "thank you" for installing the Impulzer "gas saver" in our 2004 Dodge Stratus over two months ago. Not only has it saved us gas but pepped up the performance of our vehicle. Before we had the Impulzer installed, we were getting about 17-18 miles per gallon. Now we get 23 miles per gallon! We can say that the Gas Impulzer is worth the price and more. 

Pastor S. Clifton Byrd


We bought a new 2004
Yukon Denali in October 2004, and ran it over 10,000 miles before we installed the Gas Impulzer. We noticed the muffler tail pipe had black carbon. We installed the Gas Impulzer in may 2005 and in 3 month the tail pipe is as clean as a whistle!!! It sure did the job on our Denali!!!

Elva A. Garza & Al Garza

All rights reserved Copy Right SAPOWER, GAS IMPULZER, ROALKA PLUS  2004
HOW DOES IT WORK?

Gasoline Engine Distributor Ignition Systems includes Coil on Plug systems

Mechanical Distributor, Electronic Modulator (works like mechanical distributor) and or Coil on Plug generate negative charged impulses that are picked up by the Gas Impulzer blocks attached to each distributor wire.

Gas Impulzer blocks transfer ignition coil energy impulses from the firing cylinder to the non-firing cylinders.

 

The Gas Molecule consist of 8 Carbon negative atoms and 18 positive Hydrogen atoms.

 

The positive Hydrogen atoms in the gas molecule for an instance turns negative with the firing of each spark plug creating two negative charged atoms in the combustion chamber.

 

The Hydrogen atoms (water) now negative separates from the negative carbon atom allowing more of the carbon atoms to burn. (Remember two negative repel)

 

The Hydrogen atoms turns to steam creating also cause an explosion adding to the power stroke of the piston and causing a sweeping action in the combustion chamber flushing out the entire exhaust system

 

This sweeping action will help keep the combustion chamber, spark plugs, valves, valve seats, pistons, piston rings, oil in crank case, catalytic converter, muffler and tail pipe clean.

 

Your engine will run smoother be more efficient in burning gasoline increasing your gas mileage, the net results your vehicle will last longer while saving you hundreds of dollars every year on your fuel bill..

 

Ask any mechanic what wears down and destroys an engine with each mile you drive (CARBON DEPOSITS). Even if you change the oil regularly and never allow your engine to over heat the carbon deposits will do your engine in.

 The Gas Impulzer with it's  unique ability to separate the Hydrogen atom from the Carbon atom is the ticket to longer lasting engine with high performance and very low maintenance.

The Gas Impulzer new technology and Top Secret Formula is engineered for today's high performance vehicles try it and you will see for your self, money back guaranteed.  
      
 Arthur  Flores  Developer of  Gas Impulzer President and CEO of SAPOWER  Contact:  art@sapower.com
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