The product simply does not work according to this report…
A NBC News report from the affiliate in Orlando, FL states that the BioPerformance product is nothing but mothballs and coloring. Watch the following video from the NBC affiliate in Orlando, Florida.
NBC conducted a complete and scientific test. Key Points:
* Dr. Kevin Bellfield, Chemist, University Central Florida (UCF) and Dr. Bob Hoekstra, UCF conducted irrefutable tests. Both gentlemen are experts in their respective field.
* Multiple tests were done, without BioPerformance, to establish base-line for the car being tested.
* Per BioPerformance instructions, a “booster shot” was given to the car and they ran “4 tanks” of gas through the car before they took it back to the shop for bench (tread-mill) testing.
* Over 10 bench tests were conducted with the BioPerformance product, even after the car had been conditioned with 4 booster shot tanks of gas, and still the product showed NO increase in mileage.
A “bench” test totally eliminates all the variables of driving conditions.
The chemical analysis of the product clearly shows it is the “Toxic” substance Naphthalene, which has been determined to be a cancerous. You can be exposed to this by inhaling, ingesting, or through absorption into the skin by handling. BioPerformance and possibly Independent Distributors may be subject to “legal” action or claims by their customers for exposing them to a toxic chemical.