As I write this message to you, I’m just north of Dallas, Texas at a test facility and shop. Having had about six hours sleep in the past three days, I’m a little frazzled, but the results have been worth the investment of energy (and HOURS!).

The single goal for this trip to a foreign land (to me) is to prove my technology beyond a shadow of a doubt to everyone. Of course, I realize that is an impossibility, for there is always some who will cling to their doubt, just as there are people who still believe the Earth to be flat. Just google “Flat Earth Society” or “The Hollow Earth Society” and you’ll see very soon what I mean.

Despite evidences presented that are the most captivating-“Real People” citing in real words what they’re experiencing, it still takes some time for people to believe. It has to be proven before they can accept anything new, and that evidence has to be recreated time and again to achieve the goal: Faith in something new.

I want to ask you all to visit my site at and consider a contribution to my efforts. Most important is not the money-it’s the act giving that will show me you are someone who believes, as do I, that there is always a better way.

We just have to find it, that’s all!

Ron Hatton

June 19th, 2009

Aubrey, Texas


Welcome to the open blog area for Gadgetmans Cool Car Mods, just for you folks who’ve had your throttle bodies or carburetors modified by Gadgetman.

Please start each post with your Name, City and State, and the Year Make and Model of your vehicle. After that, I want you to share freely your experiences.

Remember the following:

  1. If you’re going to talk about the “After” it helps to know the “Before”.
  2. The people who read this may not know you, so speak kindly. Don’t make me pull your comments.
  3. If you aren’t pleased with the results, then be sure you’ve given me every opportunity to make it right.
  4. If you’re looking through this, these are NOT my comments. They belong only to the people posting and are provided only as an open forum for my customers to share with the world what it meant to have their car done.
  5. You only get one chance to make a good first impression. Make it a good one.
  6. Any information you share here is going to be used to help other people.

That’s it!

Now, get to posting your results! (Pictures are encouraged!)