Diesel Car: consume less oil with a little SP95

Tips, advice and tips to lower your consumption, processes or inventions as unconventional engines: the Stirling engine, for example. Patents improving combustion: water injection plasma treatment, ionization of the fuel or oxidizer.
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Diesel Car: consume less oil with a little SP95




by ken » 30/09/09, 11:39

additf 5 / 8% sp95 al hallal kebab oil: I'm listening, the auction is open
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by Christophe » 30/09/09, 12:20

Already seen here widely here: https://www.econologie.com/forums/voiture-di ... t5849.html

This is the idea of ​​Capt_Maloche!

It is possible to call this technique the M6 or M7 depending on the% of gasoline! : Cheesy:
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by ken » 30/09/09, 13:30

thin I thought M6: it was the bmw

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by ken » 30/09/09, 13:32

Capt_Maloche wrote:EH guys!

This topic is just for Gasoil + SP95 (and in this case the economy is checked)

You should make a special subject for your bizarre mixtures :D Marlci a lot
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by ken » 30/09/09, 13:43

17 MESSAGE IN 4 YEARS, WE CANNOT SAY THAT I HAVE BAUCOU POLLUTED YOUR FORUM, WITH MY unburned OIL DISCHARGE
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by Christophe » 30/09/09, 13:45

Ah if it's just for mixing + SP oil then it's okay! But 2 topics are still strongly linked!
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