Sounds to me like just another 'blending' recipe. If you're dead set on giving it a try, here's what I would do. Go ahead and make the blend as described, and allow it to settle. Take a sample from the top and put it in a small glass and place it in your refrigerator. In a few hours you'll get to see what will end up in your fuel filter, IP, piston ring landings, and fuel lines, and how it might behave when you shut down and let it sit overnight in your engine. It's worth a try, but one thing's for sure, that is not biodiesel.
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