SOURCE: SaVi Media Group, Inc.

January 03, 2007 06:00 ET

DynoValvePro Completes Testing Milestone

SANTA ANA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 3, 2007 -- SAVI MEDIA GROUP, INC. (OTCBB: SVMI) SaVi's core product, the DynoValvePro, has reduced tailpipe emissions and Particulate Matter (PM) while improving fuel economy during our latest testing phase.

We initially evaluated an "Open System," which is the normal operating condition of a diesel engine. Diesel engines vent the "Blow-By" gases and oil vapors from a "Draft Tube" to the atmosphere unlike gasoline automobiles that have a PCV (positive crankcase valve) that seals the engine, and re-circulates the "Blow-By" gases to the intake manifold to be re-burned.

After operating the test engine for 33.75 hours in the "Open System," the engine "Blow-By" was measured and the oil accumulation was 3.7 grams. A baseline test was run according to the Federal 8-Test Cycle as specified in the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR), Part 89 to measure the tail pipe emissions. A modified baseline was developed to add the "Blow-By" gases in to the tail pipe to measure the total emissions. SaVi's DynoValvePro was then installed between the "Draft Tube" and the intake to seal the engine and introduce the "Blow-By" gases into the intake of the engine to be re-burned and to filter the oil vapors and return them to the crankcase. The results indicate notable reduction in tailpipe emissions and Particulate Matter (PM) while improving fuel economy. The reductions were 5.1% in hydrocarbons, 5.1% in carbon monoxide, 5.5% in nitrogen oxides, while increasing fuel economy by .3%.

Joe Jones, CEE Research Director, noted in his report that, "Considering the test engine is relatively new, the recorded amount is considered notable and the total amount could be expected to be significantly greater in an older engine that may not be as well maintained. The measurable 'Blow-By' of engine combustion variable (oil film/droplets, oil residues, gases) from an individual engine is particularly meaningful when considered in context of the large volume of vehicles that currently use the same engine."

Greg Sweeney, CEO of SaVi Media Group, stated, "I am very pleased with this latest series of test results. The reduction in emissions is significant; especially considering the test engine was relatively new. We intend to begin testing different types of engines that have more hours of service and expect to achieve even greater results. With the new federal regulations that went on January 1 requiring cleaner diesel engines, we believe our technology will help trucking companies comply with the new laws while increasing fuel efficiency."

About SaVi Media Group

SaVi Media Group is a development-stage company designed to create and commercialize blow-by gas and crankcase engine emission reduction technology. They have created a simple gasoline and diesel engine emission reduction technology, allowing them to provide their clients with lower-cost, more effective and more efficient emission reduction and engine performance. With 20+ years of emissions and materials R & D behind it, the Company was formed to create, support and license a patented supplementary vehicle emissions reduction and fuel efficiency technology that we believe can reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency.

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