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Old 07-08-2007, 01:12 PM
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Anyone heard or tried this?

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yes & no,try "search this forum"
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yes & no,try "search this forum"
Your right I should have searched first, sorry. It seems the more research I do on Bio and WVO the more complicated and confusing it becomes. I definitely want to do this for the better emissions and obviously to try and save some fuel cost. But I'm beginning to wonder if it is worth it. I mean it seems 100 people will tell you 100 totally different ways to do it.
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Do a web search on it and youll find all sorts of complaints too. A friend didnt listen to me and now he is replacing pumps and having problems with customers he sold it to.

Here is the secret....tranny fluid, gas, kerosene, ariated (something). Its way toxic but it makes the fuel burn and also being sold as bioperformance
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Your right I should have searched first, sorry. It seems the more research I do on Bio and WVO the more complicated and confusing it becomes. I definitely want to do this for the better emissions and obviously to try and save some fuel cost. But I'm beginning to wonder if it is worth it. I mean it seems 100 people will tell you 100 totally different ways to do it.
This subject comes along about every couple of months or so, go to this series of posts and read them first: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/51...ught-this.html


You should go here: http://www.biodieselcommunity.org for the best info for making biodiesel, and read some of the past posts in our forum. If you have questions, ask them here, and someone will come along and try and answer them for you. We are here to help you get started in making your own fuel.

I started making and using biodiesel over 4 years ago, and run my whole farm with it. I'll never go back to dinodiesel. I even started growing my own fuel
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This subject comes along about every couple of months or so, go to this series of posts and read them first: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/51...ught-this.html


You should go here: http://www.biodieselcommunity.org for the best info for making biodiesel, and read some of the past posts in our forum. If you have questions, ask them here, and someone will come along and try and answer them for you. We are here to help you get started in making your own fuel.

I started making and using biodiesel over 4 years ago, and run my whole farm with it. I'll never go back to dinodiesel. I even started growing my own fuel
I only have a normal size two car garage and am somewhat nervous about the dangers/chemicals that are involved.
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i have a few if it is so bat for pumps and such why has no one told the BBB abut this that site has it poated that they are members. but what is the stuff??

well after some reading its a quick fix to a long term problem. i just won't even look at it. if it sound to good to be true it is
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How do you BBB something that has no business lic and its an addative product. Yep it is too good to be true, order a msds report and you will not get the whole story.
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