Well i know we've had this discussion before, but with Diesel at $3/gallon and set to go higher, I really think it deserves another look.So here's the main question I pose: Does using waste vegetable oil (WVO) do more damage to an engine than Diesel?
PLEASE I would like to hear from people who have evidence going either way. Your opinion is fine, but can you back it up with proof?
I'm not even talking about biodiesel, i'm talking WVO, like straight from the fyer at a chinese restaurant.
Can you imagine pulling up to a stip mall, and going into a chinese restaurant and asking the guy if you can siphon off the WVO they have around back? I bet he'd be happy to le you do it, since he usually has to PAY for its removal!
And YES, it IS possible to use WVO. The inventor of the diesel engine intended for it to be used with vegetable oil.
For example, check this link out: http://www.greasel.com/One-Shot-Filtering-Unit-Description.htm
and you HAVE to see the news story on WVO on this page: http://tinyurl.com/nmn4q
Here are some more links to the concept: