...The 1st time I did it I added 500ml to a full 80 litre fill up. :* Being a sceptical so and so I did not have any expectations. But the engine was quieter just on driving off the forecourt. Within a mile or so you could feel a change
Fred...I agree with you as I had doubts. But it forms an emulsion with the fuel and that makes the difference, but you are right, it should have had a pipe line of standard diesel before it got through, so maybe I am being hysterical type, but as I pulled out onto the A420 from Sainsbury forecourt it sounded quieter. It had me surprised...:*But surely the stuff in the tank with oil added hadn't reached the engine when you drove off forecourt? The pump and fuel lines/injectors
would have been full of the pre-oiled diesel.
There's an interesting discussion with on it here: http://eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=257408
...from that link the post that most sums up my way of thinking on this is the following:
"Once again, based on some internet posting (it must be true or it wouldn't be posted) and the results of the "butt" (seat of the pants) dyno, someone has bested all the automotive and petroleum engineers in the world."
Not sure about Veg oil. Suggest taking a look at the Rhino guys site as they explain cetane levels etc. The 2 stroke may improve it slightly, but better talk to experts first.Anyone tried this while running veg oil???