100 MPG Motors

Crowd Funding

    Launched: Jan 30, 2013
    Funding ends: Feb 12, 2015

Gasoline Vaporizer Kit

The Gasoline Vaporizer Kit is a universal kit that works for most V6 through V8 motors, from 3.8 liters to 5.8 liters motors.

First off I want to thank all of you for your tremendous support. We are all very excited to get the Gasoline Vaporizer Kit into your hands and are working diligently to make it happen.

Here are some bullet points that better describe this project:

1. We will release all information as it is discovered on pro's/con's of different works that lead us to the final product.

2. Make kits available to those who wish to modify their own engines to save on installation costs.

3. Make available a location where folks can take their cars to and modify their own on site with trained staff who can help.  There is also a dyno available at this location so that you can see the before and after measurements of horsepower in real world numbers.

Goals for MPG/longer run time:

2 door sports car, minimum 100 MPG w/o significant reduction in performance.  4 door sedan, minimum 100 MPG.  1/2 Ton pick up truck, 60 MPG.  Gasoline generator, minimum 50% longer run time on same amount fuel.


While researching patents online from the USPTO, I discovered that there are over 960 patents for at least 100 MPG devices since at least 1912.  And from that time, with those dreadfully inefficient motors, there was a man who got 205 MPG!  I thought if he was able to do this from that time in those conditions surely we could do better than that today.  Not that today's motors are very efficient themselves, but the materials we have available are more conducive to making this a very efficient setup.  Also I found other evidence that going beyond 300 MPG is not of myth but had been done in 1973 when we were being duped into the whole OPEC scandal.  See the link to this evidence on the Home Page where it talks about Shell having a 376MPG Opel.

So We're not doing anything that hasn't already been done.  We're trying to open source this knowledge as we feel it's the only way for it to be seen in the light of day.

The truth is only the vapors burn anyway, liquid gasoline does not burn.  If you haven't ever witnessed it or done it yourself, you can extinguish a cigarette in liquid gasoline.  A cigarette burns at approximately 600 degrees F, and is not hot enough to auto-ignite liquid gasoline.  So quit wasting fuel and only put the part in the motor that burns in the first place, the vapors.

You can also check out our videos as shown via this website or on YouTube: they're listed under the username sisqocracker.


    There are 2 different temperatures in which you can extract fumes to get all of the fuel to be burnt.
    1st stage should be about 200 degress F. 
    The 2nd stage should fall between 400 and 440 degress F.
In the order of plumbing the air path from the outside sources of air (be it fresh air or exhaust) to the throttle body into the plenum, you have to continuously reduce the orifce so that vacuum is maintained.  You must also pay attention to where and how the exhaust and fresh air meet (if they do at all) so that you don't send fumes out the exhaust instead of entering the intake of the motor (a siphoning effect).


    High MPG
    Cleaner burn (no build up of carbon)
    All parts last longer as the engine isn't getting gunk and nasty over time.
    Oil changes go ridiculously longer. (some people have reported small engines running clean for 8 years).
    Reduce your fuel and maintenance costs.


100 MPG Motors will never seek any patents for the works.  It will always be revealed into the public domain via the internet all progress and requirements to build such devices.  We currently have a 6KW generator running on fumes.  We also have a Chevy 355 ci V8 (1995 LT1 bored .030" over stock) running between idle and 1,500 RPMs  this is with a 1" intake for fumes and fresh air being mixed.  This motor typically needs almost 3 inches worth of intake to operate within its full power envelope.

We're currently in the design phase of making the universal vaporizer box to facilitate the 3.8 through 5.8 liter motors.  Once we're finished with this box it'll go through several quality and safety tests prior to final engineering of box for production release.  We're expecting a 2 year cycle from development to engineering for production to take 2 years from Jan 30, 2013.  This would mean that full production could not start prior to Jan 30, 2013, that the schedule would be ready to take orders by that point in time.  Depending on demand, we would hire out the appropriate sized shop to make enough copies to keep up with the demand in a reasonable amount of time.

For any manufacturers who may be interested in mass producing this vaporizer box, please contact us prior to above listed scheduled production date to talk about requirements.


Mark Cooper, President

The company is led by Mark Cooper, President. Mark previously served as President for a successful start-up, Cooper's Communications LLC of South Carolina. Mark has over seventeen years of experience working within the IT industry for most known verticals with large multi-national corporations. The diversity of projects and experience in both a small, start-up environment as well as a large multi-national company environment has provided him with a unique set of skills, experiences and perspective.  He has 10 years experience in alternative means of energy production well beyond that 1st thought of, solar, wind & geo-thermal; his experience is in that of Tesla, Faraday and Lenz based technologies which he has working applications thereof.


We have a wide range of people from different disciplines all willing to pitch in to make this effort a reality.  They're all interested in this being an open sourced project and remain anonymous at this current point in time, but I'll say that some of them may be seen on local TV channels.  They differ in their own backgrounds and all coming together make for a very effective team in bringing this technology to market.


Our goal is to make the Gasoline Vaporizer as compatible as possible for large number of existing motors that are out there today, and update what changes are required on newer models to allow anyone to adapt this to their vehicle as they see fit.  We are not pursing any working relationships with auto manufacturers to work out any warranties, etc.  Had they wanted this technology to see the light of day, we would have had it for more than 100 years now.  If nothing else, for the last 60 years now as the technology may have required some time initially, prior to all of the variables needing to be known to be discovered.  This is no longer the case as there are too many examples that can be referred to for production.


Your support will go toward all efforts to manufacture the Gasoline Vaporizer. Donations generated on this site will help fund the development of the universal Vaporizer box and any mold tooling needed, a pre-production prototype run of the electronics to control the system, and a pilot run for manufacturing complete units, testing and packaging. We are committed to getting the Vaporizer into production as quickly as possible, with an estimated release date between February and March 2015.

100 MPG Motors, LLC has a design for a prototype completed and is working on enhancements to its current platform through physics modeling of flow through the design. 100 MPG Motors is looking to crowd funding to help speed up the development and product delivery of the universal Vaporizer. The main risk in this project is delays. We're projecting an February 2015 delivery time frame – we hope to have the Vaporizer in your hands before that, but we need to admit it's not a guarantee. We are very busy in reaching our goals and development and product delivery is our number one priority. 100 MPG Motors, LLC plans to regularly update everyone on its progress on this 100mpgmotors.com website.  You can check the blog page here for updates for progress in what we've done.


How does it work?
Warm gasoline to approx 440 deg F and allow it to enter the intake of the motor with somewhere between a 2:1 to 3:1 fuel/air ratio (depending on how rich you may need it for power).  Using a "blower" cam or a turbo cam is best as there is less overlap between the itnake and exhaust events.  We don't want to let those good fumes go to waste out of the exhaust port.

What motors will be supported?
Initially we have a GM 3800 series 2 and a GM LT1 5.7 liter motor we're developing the technology on.  They're both on stands, in a shop so we can better control running conditions.

What will we get in the box? (buying a kit)
There will be an electronics package (including a wiring harness) to control the fueling of the vaporizer, the vaporizer box itself and all plumbing/hardware required to fit the system into the appropriate vehicle.  A very complete kit.  It will have previously been installed in such a vehicle that we have a complete kit designed for.  

There will be a universal kit available sooner than the more specific ones as it will contain (the meat and potatoes) of what is required.  This will leave the installer to come up with a handful of plumbing parts to plumb the box to the particular vehicle, but all of the electronics, wiring harness, Vaporizer box will be in the kit.

If you would like to see this technology go, please donate to make it happen!  Thanks!