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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:45:41 PM »
Brett I have a couple of barrels of frog farts stored. They are for sale. Now I am going to bed and sleep till Tuesday morning till I have to get up for work. DD

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General Discussion / Re: This is my REACH OUT urgent
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:38:46 PM »
Bill he shut down the electricty and has no computer. I really hope I hear from him. It sure would be nice to ask him some questions. I did some research and ash production from the local quick lube who uses wmo. The results we no where near spencers results. Mike

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:11:55 PM »
Spencer did you read the post of the guy who stated 17,000 hours using WMO and was selling his engine. I believe his remark was it was still running just not very well. Then David from Afarica but that is a Changfa. This post is to see if there is a solution for the use of WMO. I called our local drive up and get your oil change shop because I knew he used a WMO furnace. Now the only filtration system is gravity. He has a 3 bay shop and the oil tank runs the entire legenth of the shop in the basement. The oil goes in one end and the furnace pulls it out from the other end. I ask him how much oil he uses in a regular winter and he guessed 2 to 3000 gallons. I ask him if the ash it produced was a problem. He said every spring when they are done with the furnace they clean the ash out and it only amounts to a coffee can full which is about a gallon. So for some reason there seems to be quite a bit less ash produced from his furnace that what you produced burning oil. Some how we need to figure this out. When I used wood heat I didn't have many more ashes in 2 days worth of burning than what you got from 6 gallons of oil. If you wish to be part of the solution that would be great. Please don't be part of the problem. Mike

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General Discussion / Re: This is my REACH OUT urgent
« on: January 31, 2011, 07:49:40 AM »
Bob email sent with you cc. This might be very helpful with our project. 17,000 hours is a good amount of time with any fuel. Mike

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General Discussion / Re: This is my REACH OUT urgent
« on: January 31, 2011, 07:36:50 AM »
AMEN BROTHER. I am going to see if I he still has a computer since he states no electricty. Mike

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 31, 2011, 04:31:07 AM »
Spencer I tried to look at the video but our wifi at work is so slow you get about 2 words out then it pauses for about 5 or 6 seconds. You almost forget what you hear. I did notice a large bowl of powder. I wonder if it would have a street value. Just kidding. Im sure the UK has no drug problem over there. I am pretty sure WMO will not go into my VA since it is rare and not easy to rebuild. If I come up with enough spare parts I might still run in the CE since it is easier to rebuild. I am still looking forward to see where the oil washing post goes. It would be nice if that resolved. Thanks for your work. Mike DD

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General Discussion / This is my REACH OUT urgent
« on: January 31, 2011, 04:00:36 AM »
I read a post a few days back from someone in GA selling his engine which he had run for 4 or 5 years strictly on WMO. The engine was his main source of energy. He says he is selling his engine and moving to somwhere new and will have no electricty. So if you still read this forum please contact me or if someone else knows who I am looking for please contact me. I am very interested in his experience in WMO for 4 or 5 years. Thank you, Mike DD

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GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  He will be advertising the Lister Brothel. LOL LOL  DD

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Lister Market Place (things for Sale) / Re: Help in Id on this Lister
« on: January 30, 2011, 01:53:07 AM »
There will be whole bunch of Lister engines that will be auctioned off from the UK. The purchase price will include shipping to the US to Dodge City KS. Then the buyer will be responsible from there. There is another option. I have a container with a group of people and the shipping for each person should come in around 5 to 700 dollars from the UK to Dodge. Many of these people will be grouping together to pick up the engines to save on shipping. Spencer had a couple of engines that he was wanting to sell. If you could work out a deal with him you could join our group and put you engine on. If you are interested I can let you know more. Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 30, 2011, 01:23:16 AM »
Listeroil I am not a math person. When the letters and numbers are required to figure out something I just shake my head. When I was going to school I could figure out everything I ever needed to know about giving medications and running drips and never learned algebra. I am not sure what the fuel consumption of a VA SOM would be. I also will have a CE that is going to be running the majority of the power. The VA will only be there when the CE is turned off. So I give .50/gal for WMO. Care to give me you predictions on this. Thank you, Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 29, 2011, 11:40:52 PM »
You know Spencer the ash on the exhaust is not a problem. As long as it blows all of it out it wont hurt a thing. There was a guy in CO who had a 24/2 roid with a blower. He claimed 20 K of pleasing wonderful power. Since a blower is forcing air into the cylinders I wonder if it would be enough to force all of the nasties out each time? What do you think?? Beside what could be more COOL than a hopped up Lister. Put a arm on the Lt side of the motor and tell people it is a suicide clutch. I need to go back to bed. BUT I CANT. Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 29, 2011, 10:39:06 PM »
Spencer is the ash dry or wet??? Somehow we need to figure out how to get it to blow out. I didn't think about where the temp gauge was located. As for Bob he is probably taking a nap. I wish I was still asleep but I have to work again tonight instead of tomorrow morning. Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 29, 2011, 07:05:52 PM »
Spencer I watched both videos twice. I have to say it is a very nice system. First what is the second motor hooked. Could not tell if it was electric or a pump? Next do you feel the engine was running hot enough? there is a guy in NZ that has has some pretty extensive research with WVO and I have emailed to see if he has experimented with WMO and his findings are run the compression high and run the engine hot. I noticed you were able to swipe you finger across the exhaust less than 12 inches from the engine. I also noted you water was 160. I wonder what if any would change if you maintained 190* water and I would think the exhaust should be so hot you could even think about even touch it. It is a nice video. Mike DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 29, 2011, 06:39:47 PM »
Brett and Bill there is a post under WVO from a guy in NZ. I'm not sure if I put it in here. He seems very he has spent numerous hours with pictures and specs. His main information is for WVO. Is this the same fellow you were speaking about. if so I guess I hadn't found the Holy Grail. DAM. Anyway look and see just for the heck of it. Mike DD    back to bed.  DD

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Waste Motor Oil / Re: Danger engine damage
« on: January 29, 2011, 01:26:26 PM »
Spencer when I got home I went ahead and looked it up. It was the SOM correct. It looked pretty good. I cant wait to get mine. As for the CE and CD what is cheap. I am pretty taped out but parts for these critters are hard to find. I hope when you do your next video you get a little more light. Or maybe it was just my eyes. Please check on the engines before someone else get them. Thanks

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