I will order one unless the pricing is too high.
Have you seen the new one?
It is huge , you can get the v6 cdi and they have cargo doors that
open and close automatically. You can just walk in , sit down and
Allegedly they will be available in the "fourth quarter" according to
I think if all things are equal it is better to use vegetable oil or
It is carbon neutral and so should not contribute to global warming.
If it is cheaper there is no question.
Diesel are practically low RPM engine... so gunks will build up in older
engine so Italian tuneup is necessary to clean your injectors.
The CDI engines such as in the Sprinter are at super high pressure so they
don't have the problem as in older classic diesel injection. CDI burns so
lean that the engine is practically clean all the time.
Biodiesel is vegetable oil gone through the process where they remove
glycerine for health care products... such as soap, toothpaste, and
cosmetics. Not all biodiesel is all vege oil... B20 or B100... 20 means 20%
vege oil. With glycerine removed... there is no gelling problem as with
WVO... it is the glycerine that makes oil so thick that you need to make
sure the oil is hot enough to use... and always start and shutdown with
diesel fuel instead.
Oil is pretty much oil... monetary sense apply here... you don't want to
burn olive oil... because they cost alot! So is peanut oil.
Finest virgin cold-pressed olive oil from Limone on Lake Garda, at least
twice as pricey as the 'ordinary' stuff than comes from Tuscany...
"Reassuringly expensive," to quote the Inbev Stella Artois (beer) adverts in
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"greek_philosophizer" <greek firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
What model do you have? I have a 97 W210 that is getting around 30 mixed. My
low RPM performance has been terrible - I won't be burning any rubber
anytime soon! I am going to use Lucas Lubricant to run through the fuel
lines and clean out the injectors. I'll let you know if the performance
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