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NG as diesel filler

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  • NG as diesel filler

    Below an article about NG being used as a filler material ('Hamburger Helper') for diesel fuel:

    A hamburger helper for diesel fuel

    Original press release

    Using a catalyst natural gas is bound to the diesel fuel. The resulting modified diesel fuel has lower (energy and mass) density, but it burns cleaner (like with dual fuel technology). Users report improved mileage (despite the lower energy content!) and needing fewer oil chances

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    Re: NG as diesel filler

    been doing this for a few years now
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