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outsidethebox 07-26-2009 12:51 AM

Glad to be here from Arkansas High MPG Mods & Inventions
 
Glad I found this site I was doing a modification and a search turned this up. Wow I'm doing already almost everything here for MPG and more. I can share some ideas and inventions. I hope to learn more I get 50MPG highway 37MPG town, 95 Neon automatic, and I have just scratched the surface.

Frank Lee 07-26-2009 01:25 AM

Fill out a gaslog if you can.

SVOboy 07-26-2009 11:14 AM

Welcome to ecomodder!

arborlis 07-26-2009 11:09 PM

Where are you at in AR? I'm in the Memphis, TN area. Passionate about diesel engines, and love to make quality fuel.

outsidethebox 07-27-2009 10:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by arborlis (Post 117864)
Where are you at in AR? I'm in the Memphis, TN area. Passionate about diesel engines, and love to make quality fuel.

In N.E. area around Batesville, AR. Are you making bio diesel?

Daox 07-28-2009 08:44 AM

Welcome to the site. Good luck with the mileage.

arborlis 07-29-2009 12:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by outsidethebox (Post 118071)
In N.E. area around Batesville, AR. Are you making bio diesel?


I have about 500 gallons of oil that's been sitting for a couple of years. I took a sample and made a liter. I used the 80/20 method and it converted well. I will be making fuel in the fall when business slows down. I need to react my oil before it goes bad.

I've been collecting some diesel engines over the past few months. An 8KW genset is in the works. I have 2 engines I want to use in conversions. I'm looking at some Yanmars too. I found a couple of fellows with over 200 engines in various conditions ranging from used runners, Part engines, cores, to new freight damaged. The latter need simple repairs, like crushed injector lines replaced. Valve covers with punctures, cracked covers that need to be welded.

In order to get the best deal, buying 8-10 units is the way to go. I'm collecting diagnostic tools necessary to evaluate the engine's performance. The pics I've seen are of very beautiful tier 4 16 valve turbo diesels. Enough rambling for now.

Anthony Grantham
Memphis TN


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