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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Hi Wesley,

    This is the part I do not understand.
    It has been repeatedly shown to you that you can make biodiesel at room temperature using the standard method. No CaO or any other methoxide...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Hi Wesley,
    Thank you for the additional information.

    You mixed 11g KOH into 330ml methanol and dried it with calcium oxide.
    You did not titrate the new corn oil but you did mix magnasol in the...
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    Re: Ssangyong Musso

    Hi Tony,

    I think that is about what I said, only in more detail.
    I did omit saying to buy two jubilee clamps to clamp the new fuel line- but that is pretty obvious and you need to let people...
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    Re: Ssangyong Musso

    Hi smithw,The immobilizer is a fuel cutoff valve.
    I removed mine about 5 years ago- Just on spec.

    If I remember correctly, the fuel line runs from the fuel filter to the immobilizer and the...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Hi Wesley,



    Every time I have titrated new veg oil it titrates around 0. Did you titrate this new corn oil before treating it with Magnesol?

    It is easy to check whether Magnesol removes...
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    Re: Ssangyong Musso

    According to the workshop manual I downloaded last night, The temperature sensor is next to the thermostat.

    In the below diagram 11 is the thermostat and no 18 is the temperature sensor
    ...
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    Re: Ssangyong Musso

    Hi smithw,

    I have changed my thermostat and could not remember where it is.
    I just had a look and I am pretty sure it is on the side of the engine near the turbo and it connects to the bottom...
  8. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi Alga,

    One other correction to what you posted.
    The 6-71 Detroit Diesel does not use a common rail injection system, it uses unit injectors.
    Unit injectors combines the injector nozzle and the...
  9. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi alga,
    Again, you are making wild guesses as to why your engine APPARENTLY runs smoother when using WVO.
    Making wild guesses and then stating them as fact does not help anyone.
    Nobody is...
  10. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi Alga,

    You are wrong when you said "ultra low sulphur diesel, doesn't have the lubricity to stop wear in many parts"
    Fuel lubricity has not been a concern in Australia since 2002 (before you...
  11. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi smithy,

    Wrong againhttp://biodiesel.infopop.cc/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_wink.gif
    You do not understand the difference between a 4 stroke model glow plug engine that mixes oil with the...
  12. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi AusKiwi

    Lubricity of the fuel is only beneficial to the well-being of an injector pump that uses the fuel as a lubricant. Diesel fuel in Australia already has the required lubricity.

    Your...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Hi Mark,

    It is good to see you are finally doing some actual testing!
    WELL DONE!!!

    What you are saying does not add up.
    You say you have increased the methanol from 150ml per litre of WVO to...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Hi Cade,

    I use Rechochem methanol. Their MSDS says the purity is > 99%.
    That would give less than 2 litres of water in a full 200 litre drum of methanol.

    If you leave the drum of methanol...
  15. New Computer for $31 AUD includes shipping.

    On the Wish site they are selling brand new 15.6 inch Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro for $31 AUD
    This is a top of the line Laptop designed to compete with the MacBook pro ...
  16. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi AusKiwi,

    I read the site you linked to and did not see any mention of the 2003 PSA 2.0 HDi diesel engine that is in your car.

    Direct injection engines are a bit of an unknown quantity with...
  17. Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    Hi AusKiwi,

    Blending is an accepted method of using Veg oil but it does depend on which engine you will use it in and the type of fuel injection installed on the engine.
    Typically people will use...
  18. Re: Danger in the shed - please read

    Clearly the government must ban the use of both water and electricity by the general public.

    Cade is of course correct. providing an igniting to a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is much more...
  19. Re: Anyone have experience with this pump?

    Quick update

    I just ordered this pump for $34.99 including postage.
    I will give a further update after it arrives.


    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/UDIAAOSw6GJaTIul/s-l500.jpg
    ...
  20. Anyone have experience with this pump?

    Hi Everyone,

    I have just finished a long trip refueling with my own biodiesel. I am looking at buying a "spare" pump just in case something goes wrong during a trip.

    This pump is less than...
  21. Re: What is Your Computer Download Speed

    I found out why my internet speed was increased from the 25mb tier to the 50mb tier
    https://www.whistleout.com.au/Broadband/News/telsta-optus-add-nbn-50-plans

    ..."In attempt to position NBN 50...
  22. Re: What is Your Computer Download Speed

    Further update

    So I upgraded my Telstra home service to 1000gb a month @ "upto" 25mbps download speed with home phone included for $100 a month.
    I find that even though I am constantly watching...
  23. Re: What is Your Computer Download Speed

    A quick update

    I have been very happy with my Telstra NBN connection.
    Ever since the first week, my download speed always tested out at around 20gb, even in the evening. Things changed last...
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    Re: Cooking oil cruiser thanks for

    Hi Alga,

    That is interesting. Something I have often wondered-
    Please tell us all about using VO in engines in the late 70's.
    What was the engine being used for that you were using VO in back...
  25. Re: Don't dump Biodiesel byproduct in the bush, Especially in a water catchment!

    Hi smithy,

    How do you know he had not already performed a first stage glycerine pre-wash reaction with this by-product?:rolleyes:
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