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Old 10-01-2022, 3:28pm   #21
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Sounds good enough to pour on your cereal after milk is outlawed because of cow farts.
[California liberals] That’s a GREAT idea! [/California liberals]
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Sounds good enough to pour on your cereal after milk is outlawed because of cow farts.
Cow shit is one of the biomass products used to produce renewable diesel👍
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Cow shit is one of the biomass products used to produce renewable diesel👍
Add a couple more chemicals. Charge city's to clean the sidewalks and homeless camp shit. Refine it and make renewable fuel. Brand the new fuel SOSI ( shit out shit in) Add odor to make it smell like dry pop-corn farts.
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Add a couple more chemicals. Charge city's to clean the sidewalks and homeless camp shit. Refine it and make renewable fuel. Brand the new fuel SOSI ( shit out shit in) Add odor to make it smell like dry pop-corn farts.

I opined long ago that bio-fuels should be made by rendering dead obese humans. Put all that blubber to good use.
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I opined long ago that bio-fuels should be made by rendering dead obese humans. Put all that blubber to good use.
Could use brain dead regressives and have a surplus for export. Fix that state debt problem
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I opined long ago that bio-fuels should be made by rendering dead obese humans. Put all that blubber to good use.
It should work well for biomass in renewable diesel.
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https://cleancities.energy.gov/files...2016_07_18.pdf

see pages 11-13 for note about aromatics and lubricity.
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Old 10-02-2022, 7:08pm   #28
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Renewable diesel is not Biodiesel. ...................



https://www.neste.com/what-differenc...odiesel-if-any


High-quality renewable diesel (also known as Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil or HVO) and traditional biodiesel (also known as Fatty Acid Methyl Ester or FAME) are often confused. They are, however, different products, even though both are made from organic biomasses. The differences can be found, for example, in their production process, cleanliness, and quality.


Sure sounds like bio diesel to me.
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https://www.neste.com/what-differenc...odiesel-if-any


High-quality renewable diesel (also known as Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil or HVO) and traditional biodiesel (also known as Fatty Acid Methyl Ester or FAME) are often confused. They are, however, different products, even though both are made from organic biomasses. The differences can be found, for example, in their production process, cleanliness, and quality.


Sure sounds like bio-diesel to me.
You know nothing about renewable diesel; educate yourself on renewable diesel.
Biodiesel is blend of biomass and petroleum diesel. B20 20% biomass 80% petroleum diesel. Renewable diesel is not a blend no petroleum products are used to make renewable diesel. Learn what biomass means.
Renewable diesel uses biomass products but is processed to use no crude oil products—my area renewable diesel sticker B98 which means 98% biomass, and the rest chemicals in refining.
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Old 10-02-2022, 8:43pm   #30
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Renewable diesel is not Biodiesel. Renewable diesel burns much cleaner And is excellent for EGR valve and DPF. It has a much higher Cetane/Octane rating, which your diesel motor will love. Gel point -14 degrees, much lower than #2 diesel. Looks like water with no smell. Renewable diesel has been around California for over ten years under Propel brand. It is mainly sold to large trucking companies such as UPS and major cities in California to use on their fleet of diesel vehicles, including buses. Been using renewable diesel for over five years on my diesel vehicles without any problems. My DPF regens used to happen every 150 to 250 miles on #2 diesel. Renewable diesel Regens occur every 400 to 550 miles. Most all diesel refineries in California are converting to renewable diesel. Union 76 is the first major player to roll out renewable diesel in California.
What are you driving that goes into regen every 150-250 miles ?
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What are you driving that goes into regen every 150-250 miles ?
Do you have a modern diesel vehicle with DPF? My current diesel vehicles had regens 150-250 miles. 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 2020 Porsche Cayenne and 2022 Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. Porsche and Mercedes's dealer filled the tank with # 2 diesel on delivery. Jeep ran #2 diesel a few months before finding out about renewable diesel.
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Do you have a modern diesel vehicle with DPF? My current diesel vehicles had regens 150-250 miles. 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 2020 Porsche Cayenne and 2022 Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. Porsche and Mercedes's dealer filled the tank with # 2 diesel on delivery. Jeep ran #2 diesel a few months before finding out about renewable diesel.
I have a 16 Colorado diesel. I have never (in 70k miles) had a regen more often than 500 miles, more often they were in the 750-1k mile range.
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Old 10-02-2022, 9:38pm   #33
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What was the question again?
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I have a 16 Colorado diesel. I have never (in 70k miles) had a regen more often than 500 miles, more often I they was in the 750-1k mile range.
How do you know if you have a regen? Have DPF percent gauge? Or does the message appear? If the message appears, this is not a passive regen. Message only appears for active regens, which are much later than passive regen which my milage is based.
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What was the question again?



Should USC be #1
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Should USC be #1
Respect you but someday hope Cal#1
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Respect you but someday hope Cal#1


U.C Berkley is #1 They're #1 in producing the most moon bat Liberals that are so far left they make John Kennedy look like Barry Goldwater.
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U.C Berkley is #1 They're #1 in producing the most moon bat Liberals that are so far left they make John Kennedy look like Barry Goldwater.
Cal has produced few NFL Quarterbacks; Joe Roth would have been the best.
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Cal has had six QBs drafted in the first round, most of any college football program.

Craig Morton (1961–1964) Would go on to win a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos.

Steve Bartkowski (1971–1974) He was the NFL rookie of the year in 1975 and was a two-time Pro Bowler.

Rich Campbell (1976–1979) As an All-American in his senior year, he set an NCAA record with 43 completed passes in 53 attempts

Kyle Boller (1999–2002)

Aaron Rodgers (2003–2004)

Jared Goff (2013–2015)
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So has anyone mentioned the price? TLDR...

If more than regular diesel what's the point.
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