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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-31-2006, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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please don't frag me

As I fill up at $3 a gallon I can't help but wonder about fuel alternatives. If anyone else hasn't pondered it I would be shocked, but I will ask the question anyway?
I have been exploring the biofuels sights. And honestly I am going to probably try them. $1 compared to $3 how can I not at least look, however I came on a sight that seems to good to be true and I am hoping to find someone who honestly has tried this product not just a neigh sayer that has never even tried the stuff.:sofa
this stuff sounds like the :bow: holy grail but I am a salesman by career and I can make ice sound good to eskimos.
I will strain frenchfry oil if I have to, I love driving my truck but it's a $100 a fill up now.
please don't frag me unless you know about this product:thanks:
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I got a bottle sitting on my shelf, if I was you I'd keep your money and spend it elsewhere. I just happened to have a little extra change sitting around and figured what the heck. I can't remember the exact process but I know neither of us were willing to try it in our truck, I Loaned my brother the book to it or I'd send you a copy but trust me it's not worth it. I remember them saying mix unleaded gas and some other stuff and add their product to make bio. I'd suggest finding a good sight for bio or wvo and look there.

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unleaded gas doesn't sound to bio to me. If you got the book i would love to see it. but you just made a pretty good case of scary.
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Right on the web site it says "NOT BIO-Diesel"

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Sounds almost too good to be true.
Let us all know how it works out for you if you decide to go this route.:cheers

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:deal: the too good to be true thing makes me leary that's why I opened the post. I am trying to see if anyone has used it. I am at that point where I am going to do something, this seems less of a pain then making bio. if I could figure a way to make it work I would build a still and run the wifes van on alcohol. then I would have a drunkin nissan and a french fried dodge and free booze to boot. :HappyMugs on: :devil
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Making Bio-Diesel isn't that hard, it just take a little time to get the swing of things when making it, and a little trail and error tests, you should try making a liter batch of BIO or other people call it the the "Dr.Pepper" batch, and no I have never made bio except for the "dr.pepper" batch once, but a friend of mine makes it all the time for his truck, need some help on it PM him he's akapparos on this site. Good luck

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go to and do a search on power secret. there are a couple threads with some really good scientific proven info. this stuff is a joke. if you like your pump and injectors IMHO dont mess with it. My dad always said if it sounds too good to be true then it usually is. he was a smart guy.

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