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Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:01 pm
by holy vehm

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:17 pm
by vibratingenergy
Well my road to the truth started with the lie about Diesel fuel being the "correct fuel for diesel engine's" if that was a lie what else have I been lied too about. Dads a qualified mechanic and said he wouldn't have believe it if he hadn't seen it with his own eyes (which is like the freeman route too for some :grin: ).

I've run a 25 year old VW Transporter 1.6 non turbo and a 8 year old Iveco daily 2.8 turbo on new and used veg oil with no problems in the warmer weather and mixed 50/50 in the colder seasons. I had a deal with the local cafe for there used oil FREE OF CHARGE, I supplied the 25 liter container and swapped an empty for a full one every week or so :clap: . I poured it through a large sock like filter purchased from a wine making shop first :grin: the used works better than the new cause it's not as thick (viscous).

Love ya all

VE

(edit) I say had cause I sold them to fund my trip to Spain in September 08 and I'm still here :giggle:

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:45 am
by emmanualgoldstein
Ive heard the diesel engine reffered to as the "oil burning engine" by people who refer to it as Diesels invention. I have to admit Im stil shiting myself from dunking a load of cooking oil in there.

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:28 pm
by kevin
emmanualgoldstein wrote: I have to admit Im stil shiting myself from dunking a load of cooking oil in there.


It works just great. I stake my reputation on it (even though you don't know me :wink: )

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:06 pm
by BaldBeardyDude
kevin wrote:
emmanualgoldstein wrote: I have to admit Im stil shiting myself from dunking a load of cooking oil in there.


It works just great. I stake my reputation on it (even though you don't know me :wink: )


Me too - my escort van loved the stuff! Used to fill up in Makros carpark and bin the empties in their skips! Only 'problem' we found was smelling like a chip shop wherever we went.

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 7:17 pm
by holy vehm
would it be possible do you think to add a smell/perfume like they do with gas to overcome the chippy smell, most people wouldnt mind i know but im thinking if the old bill happened to smell it, apart from giving them the munchies i suspect they might want a chat about the fuel being used.
so if a smell could be used no one would be any the wiser.
just a thought.

hv

Re: bio diesil

PostPosted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:39 am
by emmanualgoldstein
From what I can see the diesel engine works by compressing th fuel to the point where it just explodes spontaneously. Is it just gloopy cooking oil from the supermarket or cash n carry or do you need to mix it with stuff?