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Do Ionisers work

I saw this whilst surfing on ebay and wonder if they are a complete load of rubbiszh or not?

Turbo Mag. Fuel Ionisers

They explain it as follows

Basically untreated fuel tends to clump together due to the attraction of molecules, so when the cylinder burns the fuel it is inefficient. This effect will cause your engine to not use the fuel as it could, i.e. decrease in performance, lower mileage and often carbon build up.
How the turbomag solves the above problem:

Turbomags powerful magnets allows these clumps of fuel molecules to be charged with a single polarity, this means the molecules repel of each other which results in the fuel dispersing more efficiently allowing a "complete" combustion. This in turn results into a better fuel consumption, extra power and a lot less carbon build up! See diagram:

You can see tham at this link. Someone tried them? do they work, any difference etc? FUEL SAVER FOR RENAULT CLIO MEGANE LAGUNA 172 5 + (item 120132182725 end time 24-Jun-07 15:06:28 BST)
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