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Diesel Secret Energy (DSE)

Should you trust anyone who has a "secret" and charge you $40 to reveal it?

I quote a site that has written a post on DSE:

(Also, below that is a link to another site that has an extensive discussion on it.)

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If you take filtered veggie oil, mix some kerosene, gasoline and diesel with it, to thin it out, and then mix in a special bottle of liquid “pixy dust”, then of coarse the logical conclusion is that it is the “pixy dust” that will make it run in your engine!

Not.

Blending diesel with veggie and running it in warm weather can work in certain situations. I have experimented at length with blending, and never used the pixie dust.


I am not saying that DSE wont work in warm weather, I have talked to people who have run it without trouble in warm weather. But not having a secondary fuel system to switch back to when you clog a filter, or not having a thin enough mix and getting caught in the cold is a real possibility and concern.

The biggest thing to remember that it is not the pixie dust, or the 8oz bottle of DSE that makes it work.

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Also found this:

http://biodiesel.infopop.cc/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/419605551/m/4511077101/r/4511077101#4511077101

If that link doesn't work, find it on http://biodiesel.infopop.cc

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Gotta love their FAQ....

http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/Where are you located? Can I come see you?
We are in Sunset, LA. However, we don't have a showroom where a salesperson or agent can discuss our product. We have a warehouse from where we pack and ship, usually late in the evening and our office is essentially confined to a number of wireless mobile laptops from which our team can answer emails, handle orders, etc. (a true 21 st century approach)


:think: :think: So it's a guy working out of his garage.


http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/You use Petroleum in your fuel additives?
Yes we use petroleum in our fuel. In all fairness, though, consider that biodiesel contains 15% methanol. A substance of equal or greater danger to people and the environment, yet it "earns" the name “bio.” Biodiesel is 85% veggie oil, ours is 87%.

:think: :think: BD contains 15% methanol? I thought it was "reacted" out of the final blend?

http://www.dieselplace.com/forum/Warranty Voiding?
Yes, by definition, anything from Slick 50 to STP added to your engine can be justification for voiding of your warranty if the manufacturer desires. The issue is, of course, whether you tell them what you put in your engine.


:think: :think: Okay... not only does he not appear to know anything about te protections of Magnusson-Moss... he's going to equate his product with Slick-50? Okay... strike 1.
BUT... in light of above where he "admits" their blend contains something not unlike methanol... doesn't GM say NO alcohol-based additives?
 

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...BUT... in light of above where he "admits" their blend contains something not unlike methanol... doesn't GM say NO alcohol-based additives?
I think the point he is getting at is yes it contains a "petroleum product" (a dirty word in some alternative fuel circles), but in his warped point of view it is no worse than the methanol in biodiesel. The problem with that argument is there is no methanol in biodiesel (homemade, unwashed, off-spec fuel might have some residual, but not spec fuel), as you alluded to in your post.
 

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Sounds like a back alley deal to me.

I got some valuable information I can share with anyone. sorry, but it'll cost ya even more. $100

I tell you what it is after you pay.

BTW- You can never find us. We don't exist.

LOL

(They're probably running a credit card machine in back room of a 7-11 mixing up old coffee in jars for 40 bucks)
 
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