Leeu's home brew

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LEEU
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I wish Easydeluxe would tell all the non-believers how his car is running now that it had a taste of my home brew. System cleaned out, diesel pump lubricated, etc, etc. I am sure it is a bit faster now than before.

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Re: Leeu's home brew

Well,
We have to wait a little bit for that.
When we arrived at the dover port yesterday evening we were taken aside and checked completely in a hanger. (I think it had something to do with the hippies in that freak brothers bus that was following us all day)
Anyway, we couldn't take the container with (bio)diesel on the ferry, so i had to put it in the cars main tank...It felt a littlebit funny pooring salade oil in my benz....but it ran just the same afterwards, not faster, not slower, not rougher. Maybe a little bit hotter?
I haven't changed the fuel filter yet...doing that tonight.
Keep you posted.
G

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It sounds to me that if customs didn't force you to put it in your car it might have gone down the drain! Where's the trust?

Just joking, but I do hope it loosened up some of the dirt.

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They wanted me to leave it there,
but i insisted on putting it in my car.

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Interesting they spotted that - wonder if they have 'ways' of finding large containers of liquids in vehicles as they pass? Rolling giant Xray machines maybe? Just like finding liquids in your luggage at airports.