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  1. Re: Toyota Landcruiser 60 series Simplest Conversion 1988 HJ61 Fremantle WA

    Like Alga, we’re happy to help. We know good stuff. Given you’re in WA please check our little support group at www.WARFA.asn.au and we can help you face to face. I know these engines very well.
  2. Re: Toyota Landcruiser 60 series Simplest Conversion 1988 HJ61 Fremantle WA

    What engine does it have?

    What gaps in the information provide at https://www.biofuelsforum.com/threads/5311-FAQ-1-otherwise-known-as-a-good-place-to-start that you don’t understand?
  3. Sticky: Re: Members willing to share oil with travelling members

    If you go back to the first page in the thread, there’s a link to a google map that I created and I guess still works. The listings there will give you a good idea but you’ll need to check with each...
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    Re: Using unfiltered oil

    I think you’d find that any system that will do 11 litres a minute is designed as/ best used as a multi pass system.
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    Re: Advice on dead injector pump

    Hello jpcw,

    Not sure what injection pump you have on your 1997 D22 TD27 Navara. I am not very clear about what you think the WVO designs pump will do.

    The task of the injection pump is to do...
  6. Re: Common Rail and Veggie oil - Report on presentation by Alexander Noack of Greasen

    I never said coking was the only issue with WVO in common rail.

    So what do you put this failure down to Mark?

    Different quality pumps?
    or is it just a matter of time for your Mercedes pump?
  7. Re: Common Rail and Veggie oil - Report on presentation by Alexander Noack of Greasen

    Key words Alga is using are "I purge it for at least 12klms with BD or diesel".

    I've rebuilt my 12HT after 280,000km - a piece of valve guide went through the turbo - and like Alga, the bores and...
  8. Re: Common Rail and Veggie oil - Report on presentation by Alexander Noack of Greasen

    Mark many years ago I recall seeing photos of a direct injection engine from the UK that had a major catastrophe from not operating their veggie system correctly. I cannot recall if the 'turning to...
  9. Sticky: Re: Members willing to share oil with travelling members

    All on Tony's list have been removed from the map.
  10. Sticky: Re: Members willing to share oil with travelling members

    Map updated to include John Hermans.
    Please PM me if you'd like your name removed from the map.
  11. Re: Vehicles converted and successfully running on WVO

    Yes.
    It's about managing flow from reduced viscosity; that's the challenge. Return flow is warmed and under pressure therefore a larger pipe has lesser importance
  12. Re: Vehicles converted and successfully running on WVO

    Tony,

    I did a bit of deeper searching, and I have found he DOES do a kit for the common rail Toyota's. I'd heard stories of the crack finally been able to to be made of the Toyota Denso ECU for...
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    Re: Turning up the fuel

    That's a question I'm not comfortable answering. The is always a risk in this sort of stuff. 15psi is probably going to be okay. There may be some diesel performance forums for your engine. Is that...
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    Re: Turning up the fuel

    I haven't posted for a while. For a year or so I was working for www.gturbo.com.au where they are in full diesel performance development mode and by swapping out the standard Toyota turbo with a...
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    Re: is the use of wvo illegal

    Try Alexander Noack at ANC.com
    Navigate to the English pages and what kits he has set up for trucks

    Tim
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    Re: Filtering SVO in-situ

    Dr C - I've found the Facet pumps to be ineffective in pumping veggie oil. They are simply not strong enough. They are designed for diesel and petrol, and do an adequate job as a lift pump to provide...
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    Re: Buying a biodiesel compatible car

    Peter1,

    The best option is to purchase a car that has an ECU you can modify. The second best option is to add an aftermarket computer. Alexander Noack of ANC/Greasenergy has a lot of experience...
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    Re: Range extender :-)

    Bladders are another option.
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/500-litre-dual-layer-flexible-diesel-bladder-tank-by-Flexitank-Australia-/161491194082?pt=AU_Boat_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2599a010e2
    ...
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    Re: Buying a biodiesel compatible car

    Hi,

    My daughter has a 2006 Peugeot 307 2.0 litre HDI, 16 valve, 100kw hatch, which is an absolute rocket and a delight to drive. Brakes are phenomenal, features outstanding for an 8 year old car,...
  20. Thread: 1kz-te

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    Re: 1kz-te

    Same engine, no problem.
    The body is irrelevant.

    Tim
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    Re: running wVo question

    Just reading back over the series of posts and found this one. I suggest the blue Parker hose from Enzed will not squish onto anything. It's actually designed for push in fittings IIRC, not for...
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    Re: running wVo question

    Squidlips,

    This is getting far more complex as we go along. Can we deal with one vehicle at a time; the best one..... the Landcruiser....... :-)

    So, is the Elsbett kit fitted?
    Has it been...
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    Re: running wVo question

    Squidlips,

    Thanks for the clarification re your engine.
    You're really pushing your luck trying to run a 1Hz on 100% without reducing viscosity somehow.
    The system sold by Alexander Noack (ANC,...
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    Re: running wVo question

    Squidlips,

    I don't have a VE pump, but I understand there is a fine gauze filter inside the inlet banjo to the Injection pump, and it's only visible if you look into the hole. If that is partially...
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    Re: running wVo question

    Squidlips,

    Please read the FAQ at the top of the forum, http://www.biofuelsforum.com/threads/5311-FAQ-1-otherwise-known-as-a-good-place-to-start and the links "things that can go wrong"

    All VE...
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