What is the best Biodiesel info site?

divemaster5734

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Hoping to educate myself sufficiently to possibly start making my own diesel.
I've checked out a couple links from a search, but they were focused on selling their sponsored equipment, and I believe they tailored their presentation to not include all options, procedures, and processes.
Obviously I'm not trying to start a thread to get into the actual production, however, anyone here that does make their own has gone through a process that brought them to the most useful sites and vendors.
Kinda hoping to save some time wandering around the net.
Thanks
 

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Hoping to educate myself sufficiently to possibly start making my own diesel.
I've checked out a couple links from a search, but they were focused on selling their sponsored equipment, and I believe they tailored their presentation to not include all options, procedures, and processes.
Obviously I'm not trying to start a thread to get into the actual production, however, anyone here that does make their own has gone through a process that brought them to the most useful sites and vendors.
Kinda hoping to save some time wandering around the net.
Thanks

IMHO, @Jesus Freak would be the one to chat with about this topic.
 

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IMHO, @Jesus Freak would be the one to chat with about this topic.
Thanks.
Looking at your signature I see your kind of into Hogs.
I love the iconic look, but am on the other side for performance.
Ride a SV650S road track only, Husky TE250i enduro, a YZ250 fire breathing MX track only, DL650 punched to 790, and a ST1300 moded for comfort.
Just did a 500 mile road trip this weekend, was able to hold a steady 90mph, still got 50gph, and beat the gps time by almost an hour each way.
I take it as a personal challenge to smoke those arrival estimates.
Plus, it's fun to suddenly be in a bonsai run down the freeway with hot rodders.
Only problem is they don't usually hold much past 110.
Keep the rubber side down brother.
 

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Just did a 500 mile road trip this weekend, was able to hold a steady 90mph, still got 50gph, and beat the gps time by almost an hour each way.
I've never seen that kind of economy with the bikes I favor. Those triple digit road trips are what I'm talking about though. You have some beautiful countryside where you're at. Keep the shiny side up brother. :thumbsup:
 
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