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Old 11-28-2008, 04:06 PM
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Diesel secret energy (dse)

What the hell is this stuff? A buddy of mine texted me about it today at work. When i got home i went and checked it out. From what i can see it is simply bio diesel, but some how this concentrated additive you add to filtered french fry oil will keep it from gelling up, gives better lubrication qualities and wont corrode the fuel system or clog injectors. I would like to raise the ol' flag but I want to know if anyone has used it before. It seems to me if it was as legit as it says it is, all of us would be using it. I would love to pay .46 a gallon and have a better running truck.
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Old 11-28-2008, 07:25 PM
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That is basiclly blending fuel. You can do that without using the expensive snake oil that they are selling. Look around on the different sites about blending. JJ
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Old 11-29-2008, 05:43 AM
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That stuff is junk. Do not use it unless you have an extra pile of cash around for injectors
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+1 for leaving that sh!t alone
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They are basically selling a poor recipe for blending. That and their additive which does nothing more than help prevent gelling. Google "WVO blending" and you'll get some info on the real blending process.
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I have used dse alot and not had any problems. in fact I had a series of tests ran by a dealership due to an electronic failure and the fuel contamination test was clean. as for injector failure I would say that it could be due to general contamination of fuel system.How many of us have heard about injector failure from people who use only pump fuel? it is all in the filtering! did you know that your gas station only filters to about 15-20 microns. that is visible to the naked eye. I run all of my fuel through a small centrifuge, regardless of type, veggie or petro!
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