Cyberfuels, Inc.
Ford F-250
Olson-EcoLogic Engine Testing Laboratory

Baseline - Cyberfuels - No Additive
TEST NO. Grams/MI grams/test
THC CO NOx CO2 PM
V5023679 0.226 1.461 2.379 694.09 0.39
V5023680 0.215 1.411 2.350 691.91 0.41
V5023681 0.212 1.388 2.435 694.66 0.36
3 Test Average 0.218 1.420 2.388 693.55 0.39
Baseline - Cyberfuels - Highway
TEST NO. Grams/MI grams/test
THC CO NOx CO2 PM
V5023682 0.134 0.931 1.580 515.97 1.05



With Additive - Cyberfuels
TEST NO. Grams/MI grams/test
THC CO NOx CO2 PM
V5023598 0.210 1.542 2.535 697.83 0.37
V5023599 0.201 1.499 2.519 693.60 0.34
V5023600 0.201 1.480 2.523 698.92 0.33
3 Test Average 0.204 1.507 2.526 696.78 0.35
With Additive - Cyberfuels - Highway
TEST NO. Grams/MI grams/test
THC CO NOx CO2 PM
V5023603 0.143 1.003 1.697 512.54 0.83


Discussion of Results
The particulate measurements provided signficant improvements when tested with the additive mixed in the fuel. This is true for the city/urban cycles with over 10% reduction in the PM. The Highway cycle resulted in a 21% reduction in PM with the additive in the fuel. These are both very signficant reductions demonstrating that the Cyberfuel additive is performing the function for what it is intended to do.

Particulate matter is normally more at higher combustion temperatures and this explains the difference between the city and highway test cycles. The city cycle has several idle and low combustion temperature operations while the highway cycle operates continuously at higher speed and load causing higher combustion temperatures. The highway cycle is therefore more representative of engine performance in trucks and buses operating over the road.