Which Tornado am I supposed to order?
What kind of mileage results can I expect?
What's my part number?
What about my performance air intake and air filter?
What's that I hear about adding a second unit?
How long does Tornado last and does it need maintenance?
Do I need to measure my air intake system?
Where can I purchase Tornado?
What if I'm not happy with my results?
Is Tornado Air easy to install?
Does Amazon or eBay carry Tornado?
Why do some websites say it doesn't work?
Why would Consumer Reports publish an opinion about gas saving devices?
What about my Mercedes AMG?
If you have a performance air intake or carbureted engine, you must order from the Parts Store
Most customers see an increase of 1-2 MPG, some more than others. Your mileage and results will vary.
Tornado Air works by mixing cool air from the outside with warm air from the engine through its turbine design. The naturally occurring air-vortex phenomenon then starts amplifying air currents and compressing the combustion ratio of oxygen to air-fuel molecules, resulting in more power and more mileage.
We recommend installing a unit by the air filter box and another by the throttle body for better results
Tornado Air lasts a lifetime and doesn't need any maintenance
Factory vehicles, not usually
Measuring your air intake is recommended. For more information, view our online measuring guide below or contact us
‡ Not compatible with Electric or Hybrid Vehicles
Tornado Air used to be available at your favorite automotive retailer until they were pulled off the shelves
Contact us for a Return Merchandise Authorization within 30-days. All international orders are final.
Tornado Air installs easily in 5-10 minutes. For more information about installation, view our install guide below.
Beware of fake products (and fake people). Purchase authentic Tornado Air products via our Online Store
Because they don't want you to save gas
Because they installed Tornado Air backwards on their dummy vehicle
Because they're linked with Oil Companies
If you're looking to save gas on your Mercedes, you probably shouldn't be driving one.