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Old 12-08-2007, 05:56 PM
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Question Anyone know about the FUELPOD2? Looks cool!

http://www.greenfuels.co.uk/fuelpod2.pdf

It only makes 13 gallons per batch, but it says it does it in 8 hours.
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Let me know if you can get more info. That would save me a bundle. Paid 3.47 yesterday to fill up.
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check out this thread:
Here's a rig for those of us too lazy to build one.
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the cost is not that great it would take a lot of bio to recoupe you rinvestment

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check out this thread:
Here's a rig for those of us too lazy to build one.
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the cost is not that great it would take a lot of bio to recoupe you rinvestment

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What thread are you talking about smokepole?
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it is the one from "Fordtrucknoob". it has the same unit as the one shown above and the price is about $3600.00. It is from england so there is most likely a lot of freight involved.
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All thats unnecessary, if you can find a good supply of good WVO, and buy all the other products(lye, methanol) , You can make bio. All you need is a way to mix these three.
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All thats unnecessary, if you can find a good supply of good WVO, and buy all the other products(lye, methanol) , You can make bio. All you need is a way to mix these three.
Oh I understand. I am just always short on time. So I have been looking for an automated system like BIOPRO190 or the FUELPOD2 to save man time. Extra time is not something I have alot of these days. Its sad to say I have more spare money than I do spare time right now, and I dont have that much money. LOL
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