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Casey you are my HERO!!!!!!!  I intend to model the next 50 years of my life after you. Mike DD

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I dont think it will get pulled. I think it will be setting on its ASH when the buyer picks it up. LOL DD

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Lister Market Place (things for Sale) / Re: 2 Cylinder Air Cooled on EBay
« on: February 18, 2011, 04:39:07 AM »
That has a big red flag on it. DD

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Original Lister Cs Engines / Re: Container Shippment
« on: February 18, 2011, 12:46:13 AM »
For anyone wanting pictures for the auction engines it seems they have expired from skydive. I am in the process of getting new ones. Mike

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: WMO 2nd GENERATION
« on: February 11, 2011, 08:16:28 AM »
Cujet you said gravity filtered. This seems simple but I have tried to pump filter without much success. So I would like a little more information. Is you oil HOT. Mine was just warm from sunlight during August in western KS. I am really serious about getting a centrifuge but I would rather hold off. I am trying to work a deal with one of my BRITT friends to make one for me when he makes one for himself. Thanks, Mike DD

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Listeroid Engines / Re: Listeroid Engines
« on: February 11, 2011, 08:02:02 AM »
PPOPPS you have come to your XANADU. Welcome to this site and we look froward to not letting you sit on the side lines. If you ever get the notion to own a real piece of engineering from the UK you can get those from here also.

You will find more information on using WMO than you could ever want to know. As a matter of fact there will be experiments from all over the world trying to see how safe it can be made to use in engines. So you might as well jump on board and chip in. 38 mentioned another site which soon this site and  http://www.microcogen.info/index.php  Will  merge to form a wealth of knowledge.

If you look under WMO you will see a couple of post. On the newer one "2nd generation" you will see an outline to help keep focused and in a forward direction. It can be easy to fall backwards at least for me unless I have a map to show me the direction to go forward.

Again glad you joined us. Mike DD

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General Discussion / Re: My latest garage toy
« on: February 09, 2011, 09:18:55 AM »
Andrew that is one sweet deal. You deserve it for all of the extra work you have been doing. Is Troy digging for gold yet??? DD

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General Discussion / NEW MEMBERS
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:50:56 AM »
It is so nice to see new members. It is nice that they can join without waiting because all of the spammers made it almost impossible to join before. WELCOME MY FRIENDS. Mike DD

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General Discussion / Re: Lister-Petter Engine FR 3
« on: February 07, 2011, 09:21:57 PM »
Joerg the Internal Fire Museum has one of the largest libraries of engine manuals. When I joined they did not require a membership. They will accept donations which is important to keep going. If not for them many manuals would be lost forever for many people. DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: WMO 2nd GENERATION
« on: February 05, 2011, 10:00:43 PM »
You mean I can't have a blinking light for low flying airplanes. DARN. Thanks for moving your post. I was going to do it but I thought I would let you. Im trying to keep a clean nose. Now I am going to have to put a blinking light up for sale on flea bay. LOL

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: WMO 2nd GENERATION
« on: February 05, 2011, 08:33:09 PM »
I just read a post from the original post on this subject that bottleveg uses WMO in his heater. If you read the post you will see he changed his filtration practice and his ash reduction was reduced. Now it was mentioned about a hundred times that filtration would make no difference. This I believe this could make a difference. The person stating filtration made no difference stated he had very little filtration. So is it possible that some of the ash came form something other than the additives in the oil. I don't doubt that the additives cannot be filtered. This is what I believe congos stated and I believe he is probably an expert on this subject so I believe that to be a fact. Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Wmo
« on: February 05, 2011, 08:20:01 PM »
I sure wish I knew the secret to making a longer post because after it gets so long I can seem to make it work very good.

So back to the auto industry I remember in the 70's when unleaded gasoline came out everyone said it would not work in vehicles not built for it. That was a hoax just to get people to trade. We used it in vehicles that had always used regular gas. It may not have had the same zest but it still worked. So I myself have very little faith in what they say.

So I would guess the auto industry and the gas companies are still like a couple of twins who do not do anything without each ones consent.




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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Wmo
« on: February 05, 2011, 08:07:46 PM »
I don't think any one denies the point using WMO will change the life expectency of an engine. Once the best diesel is placed in an engine it begins to wear down. So between using the best diesel to using the crappiest WMO would the pay off be worth it.

One person having a problem does not mean a solution of some kind could not improve things. Bill S used WMO and had a short life to his engine. From his post he did not say their was no solution to improve things. It boiled down to what the WMO cost to the hours the engine will run. Then this lets people decide if it is worth it.

As for having a refinery in the back yard that is not an option. If it turns out that is the only solution after numerous attempts are tried then I guess WMO for engine fuel is a bad option. I don't believe this is true because it seems that some people are having good results. So there must be someway to accomplish this. As for experimenting with numerous supplies of oil and numerous engines an intelligent opinion can still be made.

 

 

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General Discussion / Re: A little introduction from a noob
« on: February 05, 2011, 05:15:16 PM »
Greetings Eq, I would say I live as close as the computer away. that is the great thing about this forum it brings the world closer together. You may have heard of an auction going to be carried out over this forum. Now it was set up for a savings  to people in the US for shipping but these engines will be open to everyone to purchase.
It will be a collection of two of my friends who wish to decrease their collection and I thought this would be a way to make it available to people in the US but they cam go anywhere. I would vouch for either of these two fellows as straight as an arrow. You will see more in the future. I have some photos of the engines I can send but it will have to be done through email.
Glad you are part of the forum and look forward to many post you may car to share. Mike DD BTW I am from Dodge City KS USA

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Original Lister Cs Engines / Re: Genuine Lister CD/CE Manual
« on: February 05, 2011, 04:56:58 PM »
I will have 5 CD's coming to America in the Spring. DD

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