Fitting instructions are able to be downloaded HERE but probably, the main consideration will be where to site the water reservoir.
The ECOPRA kit comes with a 5 litre tank as standard but any convenient tank may be adapted for use in your vehicle, for example you may prefer a smaller one.
Always site the Ecopra air supply tube before the air filter.
The diagram below illustrates the basic positioning of the components, but if desired, the water tank can be placed in any location, including in the engine compartment providing it is situated above the evaporator.
The lower evaporator air entry tube must be open in the forward direction of movement. Its route must pass over the evaporator to avoid water drainage.
If you are in any doubt consult a mechanic, but don’t be put off by negative comments. Most people are unaware of this technology and often confuse it with something else. NO HARM CAN COME TO YOUR ENGINE through fitting an ECOPRA fuel saver.
See the FAQ for further information
Carbon Dioxide emissions are reduced in proportion to fuel use. There will naturally be a reduction in CO2 emissions as they are intrinsically linked to fuel economy… 10% less fuel means 10% less CO2.
Nitrous Oxide and particle matter emissions will be significantly reduced in diesel motors and CO (Carbon Monoxide) emissions in petrol driven vehicles can be reduced by up to 80%.
These figures will vary from one vehicle to another depending on a variety of variables such as engine wear, age and type, driving style, load, speed, etc.
We don't believe in making exaggerated claims of efficiency, but a generally reported figure for most vehicles is an 8 to 12% improvement in fuel economy.
On older vehicles this figure may be significantly greater, particularly in the case of particle emissions on older diesel engines.
Fuel economy can also improve significantly over these averages for earlier petrol engines.