Still working well for me, thanks!
I won't speculate about the product itself, but there is something really amiss with these dyno charts:Here's some info on good reliable magazines that I searched before getting these: I was skeptical as well with any new form of increases. I gave it a shot anyways and noticed a difference, but nothing to be in aw of....and since another member has tried it out, I felt a little better getting them. I also have the afe throttle body spacer, that's supposed to be skeptical as well, but afe has great systems in intakes and exhausts, nothing bad about each company. Just my 2 cents. But would love to see real world results in person too...
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Here is some proof of the hyperground as an OEM part of Toyota. This is a part from Toyota Japan made for the Vitz.
While this has nothing to do with the grounding system itself, the analogy you used has issues, IMO.The grounds are made to MAXIMIZE the efficiency of your vehicle. It is pretty much like taking vitamins for your body. It doesn't give you more strength, but as a result, you attain a longer and healthier life. Benefits are seen as a result of this. That is what people are mistaking this product as. It is not simply a performance gainer, but an efficiency maximizer.
What about this person's experience? Is it invalid because some of you don't believe it could help?Just finished the install and took a drive test, even before that, I noticed my sound system was a lot louder than normal and definitely bumps now. After noticing that, did a wide open throttle leaving the driveway onto the main road and wow, I can feel a difference in throttle and torque. Nothing crazy or dramatic, but just enough to feel a difference. Still early, but will follow up when settled. Thanks so much! and the S-Type fits fine. Guys at Sun were very helpful. Ask for Andre or Mike. Not affiliated or anything, just lived near by and decided to check it all out....
I don't understand how this product could make any change in power of the motor, but it should help the with audio buzz that some get. It also might help SWR on a CB radio.I hear this works even better if you have the Vehicle Lusterizing Shield sold by the dealer.
The entire vehicle is metal, adding ground wires from one side to the other is not going to improve anything.