"The device, which costs the equivalent of $116, is installed on the engine's Intake
manifold. It only works on cars running on gasoline.
It has minimum maintenance requirements and car owners only need to wash the mechanism's filter every three months with soap and water to keep it in top shape."
"We are not in a rush," Catibayan said. "We want to first focus on the Philippine market. Eventually we want to go into joint ventures with businessmen to sell Khaos overseas. Maybe next year."
I'd jump all over it if I could grab one now