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Started by 722rt, September 23, 2002, 07:48:46 pm

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marsh

Yup better stick to imported ones. Their technology is far better than ours and the mere fact that their EPA has much stricter policy than ours. Ours rules is kinda wishy washy. Today its this and tomorrow is another. It's a good thing we are that flexible. or OVER flexible. ;D


sixpack

Johnq

You mean ATF as in Automatic Transmission Fluid?

johnqpublic318

Quote from: sixpack on January 24, 2003, 05:59:06 pm
Johnq

You mean ATF as in Automatic Transmission Fluid?


Yes... Works on 14-plus liter displacement Cummins and Caterpillars.  But, can't guarantee results on your light-truck diesels.  Try it... I guess... don't think it will hurt...

sixpack

What's the recommended ratio?

johnqpublic318


Wolverine

Hey guys, I know this is OT but do any of you mix kerosene in small quantities with your diesel?  I am asking because I know someone who does (I dont know what ratio though) Suposedly the vehicle runs smoother, stronger, and cleaner. Has anyone done this? What are your experiences?  I was told that adding too much kerosene could cause engine problems and blown heads.
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ted

wolv, done that in a 4jai isuzu engine....didnt felt any changes, somebody just told me that it "cleanses" the fuel injectors

johnqpublic318

Quote from: Wolverine on January 25, 2003, 09:37:02 am
Hey guys, I know this is OT but do any of you mix kerosene in small quantities with your diesel?  I am asking because I know someone who does (I dont know what ratio though) Suposedly the vehicle runs smoother, stronger, and cleaner. Has anyone done this? What are your experiences?  I was told that adding too much kerosene could cause engine problems and blown heads.


I tried a 1:5 ratio with my Canter for about 4 tanks and didn't notice any benefits but nothing bad either.

Brent

Our 'two' guests seem to be suffering from identical IP address syndrome. 'They' are not credible sources since, they have gone to the low levels of lying about their identity on the board.

the driver


   Brent,

   Its too bad if they are just ruining the business of our countrymen.... how come they could  stomach such wrong doing if really they are just fabricating stories out of nothing......let us be smarter.

   It has'nt entered my mind about, thanks.

" Each day we either get better or worse.
                 The choice is OURS ! "

rookie

Quote from: Brent on January 26, 2003, 05:18:43 am
Our 'two' guests seem to be suffering from identical IP address syndrome. 'They' are not credible sources since, they have gone to the low levels of lying about their identity on the board.


Guest,

We may not know everyone personally in this board. But what is an accepted fact is that we welcome and hold in trust everyones views and inputs, positive or otherwise.

If if in your experience the product did not meet expectation, then please do say so. Your experience with the product is very important to us and taken seriously.

Kaya wag naman ganyan.

the driver

Quote from: Wolverine on January 25, 2003, 09:37:02 am
Hey guys, I know this is OT but do any of you mix kerosene in small quantities with your diesel?  I am asking because I know someone who does (I dont know what ratio though) Suposedly the vehicle runs smoother, stronger, and cleaner. Has anyone done this? What are your experiences?  I was told that adding too much kerosene could cause engine problems and blown heads.


  I have tried that before in my '95 strada before, as advised by my Japanese friend... if I remember it right its around 5 %... 1 : 10 . The benefit according to my friend, gasoline has higher sulfur content than diesel and this element helps in the lubrication.

 The problem which I think was, the Viscosity of the fuel which has Kerosene will have lower Viscosity than the pure diesel..... and this may affect the Injection pump pressure thereby affecting nozzle tip spray formation. I have no Idea if this will be of positive or negative effect to injection system.  The Japanese told me that it has cleansing effect on the fuel pump, injectors, nozzle tips and very minor cost savings.

 Another visual observation was, diesel mixed with 5 % kerosene has lighter color meaning its clearer than pure diesel..... this was observed... way back 2000, with the new diesel we have now I have not tried.

 I agree with JohnQ, no improvement on engine power. I am not sure of the flash point of kerosene and how will it affect the temperature of the engine...

the driver


  I mess it up.... its 10 %,  1 is to 10... sorry !!!

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