How Does The Wucube Work?

Short Explanation The Wucube holds a radius of 1 metre... Imagine The Wucube at the centre of a sphere. Any fuel within or on the edge this radius is activated... Imagine the fuel within this sphere. The activated fuel is altered on a molecular level... Imagine the fuel changing in a very subtle way. The activated [...]

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How Is The Wucube Installed?

The Wucube is NOT connected in any way to the vehicle, requires no external power supply, and can be moved from one vehicle to another. The Wucube needs to be placed within one metre of the fuel tank. This is important as The Wucube is able to affect the fuel, which is contained within [...]

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How Long Does The Wucube Take To Work?

The Wucube begins to work immediately. The effective radius is 1 metre around The Wucube. Any fuel that is placed within the Effective radius of The Wucube will be activated instantly, as the signal/frequency surrounding The Wucube effects the fuel within its proximity. However, there are some important things to consider when asking 'How long [...]

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What About Different Fuels?

The Wucube activates different fuels at different speeds. LPG is activated quicker than Petrol. Petrol is activated quicker than Diesel. Diesel is activated quicker than Heating Oil The reason for this is a very simple one. The lighter the substance the faster The Wucube activates the substance, because there is less resistance to the Wucube [...]

What About Different Age Cars?

The Wucube effect is definitely different, when measuring that effect compared to vehicle age. The Wucube works' better on vehicles over 3 years old. It is important to remember that The Wucube makes the combustion process more efficient. The less efficient the vehicle is to begin with, the more The Wucube can make a difference. Two [...]

Does The Wucube Improve Combustion?

Yes, that is exactly what it does. When The Wucube activates the fuel, it alters the Real-World Engine Combustion Process, into a more perfect one. Most vehicle fuels are mixtures of hydrocarbons, compounds that contain Hydrogen and Carbon atoms [CH]. Theoretically perfect combustion: Oxygen would react with All of the hydrogen atoms, forming H²O or Water. The [...]