Red Cedar - I moved your post to the old BP thread, and changed the old thread's title to include the new name.
It's strictly the same old, same old - except now it's in Utah, to avoid those pesky law enforcement officers who actually believe (at least sometimes) in truth in advertising. The company itself still claims
fuel economy improvement, and still refuses to allow the lab which did the testing to quantify the improvement - meaning that, for all we know, it's a factor of .005. Can't imagine why they would do that, can you? Something that does appear new - the company now sells "nutritionals", including one they claim "burns fat"
. Hey - burn gasoline, burn diesel, burn fat - all the same idea, right? It's not just a floor wax, it's also a dessert topping. Inventing useless products is not a huge challenge.
And the individual distributors are up to their old tricks, while the company studies cloud patterns and whistles. Relatively innocuous
amongst the unproven claims is that the stuff "significantly lower the cost through less fuel consumptions" (sic). One schmuck
from Klamath Falls, OR, claims a mileage improvement of over 90 percent
. And they all claim that the stuff is "EPA approved", when we know that all the EPA does is register, not test.
It's this stuff that got BioPerformance shut down in Texas. But Utah doesn't care.