Your example of a hillbilly using water filters from home depot is not a good idea. If your going to run wmo then you really need to use good filters. For everyone else out there to read, FullForce runs wmo in their PSD. Granted it is easier for them since it is much cheaper for them to rebuild but either way, they still run it.
When you order a set of injectors from them they ask on their questionnaire if you run wmo or veggie oil. They will not warranty veggie oil trucks but they will warranty wmo ran through them as long as your honest to them and you filter it properly. It is very obvious when Ryan takes apart an injector to see what caused it to fail.
Ask me how I know this info. Because I run their injectors and I asked how they filtered it. So I do the same.
There is NO WAY TO ADEQUATELY FILTER WMO. Period. Filters do not collect metals, suspended or emulsified moisture or antifreeze. It defies physics.
Even the hillbilly on the You tube vid realized that. Also worth noting, the examples in the CF Vid used no heat in his process, which greatly improves the performance of a CF. That I have learned after CF'in a few rail cars of waste oil in the past 7 years.
Also worth noting, I also run Ryans injectors, and I realize I too do it at my own risk. It is the valvetrain that is likely to fail before the injectors on WMO, however, water in a formidable foe of injectors and all the settling and filtering you could possibly do will ever remove moisture.
Give your WMO blend a test via a Sandy Brae tester, then please report your findings.
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