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Thinking about getting a Hyper Voltage system, worth it?

I am looking at getting a Hyper Voltage System for my 2006 G6 3.5L from Sun Automotive. I was wondering if anyone could tell me about these. I was looking at the ECO model. Based off product descriptions, this model claims to work as well as the others. Any help anyone can offer is appreciated.
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first time ive seen it......im curious

heres the link: http://www.sigmaautomotive.com/HVS/hvs.php

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So its supposed to just regulate the whole electrical system or does it go from the battery to the system.
Im curious to. But not just some one saying Crap or something. Ive been wanting to upgrade some grounding wires and Increase the cable size to the alternator. as a project.
wonder if this is something similar to that effect.
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I think I will get it and test it out and report on what I find. I will only be able to tell the mileage and the electrical impact not the claimed horsepower or torque gains because I have no testing equipment at my disposal. It is only $100 so it may be worth it. Thanks.
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yeah definitly keep us updated!

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I don't think it's legit. Never heard of the mags the "testimonials" are coming from. But if you want to spend your hard earned money on an unproven product you go right ahead. We'll comfort you when it doesn't work.....



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Hard Earned? I make enough to afford it.
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Hard Earned? I make enough to afford it.
Tell ya what, take the $100 you were going to spend on this and burn it. You will get exactly the same results, only you won't have to wait two weeks for it to arrive or throw out the packaging.

It's total hogwash. If you really want to waste the money on it, you can find it on one of several websites in China for half the price. Your car is engineered to run properly and correctly with the electrical system it was sold with.

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Tell ya what, take the $100 you were going to spend on this and burn it. You will get exactly the same results, only you won't have to wait two weeks for it to arrive or throw out the packaging.

It's total hogwash. If you really want to waste the money on it, you can find it on one of several websites in China for half the price. Your car is engineered to run properly and correctly with the electrical system it was sold with.

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LOL...that's harsh man
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I was thinking a similar get it off ebay for 50 bucks.
if you really want to try it.
Where you looking for just more power or helping with electrical(Speaker/lighting).
Im sure we could help you with any projects your looking to do.
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If an American engine was tuned properly and the electrical system worked as well as Matt says it does, then you would get better than the 32 miles per gallon stock. All I am trying is for more mileage. Do not attack me and say that crap.
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Yeah i have the same engine I noticed after i got an intake my mpg when up.
But i think even changing to the k&N would help.

Lately ive been getting around 21-22 all city driving and i have a lead foot.
Before though i would get 19-20 If i try to get good mileage its usually around 23.5
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Mine gets more than 32 MPG on the highway with just a drop in filter. It all depends on how you drive it.

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I already have a capacitor for my sound system hooked to the battery and yes my mileage still sucks and haven't seen a performance increase... Just another one of those HHO theories. Not to mention the computer in your car has voltage regulators in it to keep the voltage the same anyway.
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I changed my mind on the whole thing. I put a Typhoon on it and it kicks ass now.
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