We are a group of enterprising auto techs and engineers who
have a myriad of experience in the automotive field.
The knowledge we have obtained and used ourselves for
years is knowledge that we realized, back in 2005, that
many more people needed. Thus, in 2005 we formed a
company and began selling this unique knowledge and
important additive online. With the high demand for a
reasonable option to high fuel costs and the need for a
better option to traditional biodiesel, sales quickly
skyrocketed. Since then, we have sold to over 40,000
people worldwide and we are adding more customers
With Success comes Imitation:
of the many imposters out there! Some people have made
sites and claimed products identical to us. One, in
particular, is a former dealer applicant that violated
our contract and is now copying us in advertising,
product description, etc. However, since our additive
is our proprietary formula made for us, we know they
can’t copy that. God only knows what they are bottling
and passing off as a quality product. They also have no
knowledge in the auto field and no long term knowledge
of this fuel. The only answers they have are those that
they learned from us and merely repeat. Like the saying
goes, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.”
Will it harm my engine?
No. As long as you mix the fuel according to our instructions, your vehicle will run as well, or better than it does on petroleum diesel. In case you haven't heard, more and more diesel engines are suffering from injection pump failure due to the DECREASING quality of petroleum diesel fuel. Over the last 15 years, stricter environmental regulations have required less sulfur in diesel fuel. Unfortunately, removing the sulfur also removes the natural lubrication properties of the fuel. This has led to a significant increase in injection pump failure since the pump's use the fuel to lubricate itself.
However, our fuel naturally lubricates the pump and is naturally sulfur free. Simply compare petroleum fuel to our fuel by rubbing a little between your fingers. You will see right away which one is more slippery. An additional sign of this increased lubrication is that the engine will run quieter. You will notice right away that your diesel's distinctive "clicking" sound will become a much duller, muffled click. Our fuel will lead to longer injection pump life. However, it can't reverse any wear already caused by years of petroleum diesel use. Since the cost of replacing an injection pump can range from $1,200 to 5,000, our fuel is a notable money saver for maintenance as well.
Will I notice a difference in performance?
Not at all. The fuel is equal in performance characteristics to any premium diesel fuel. In fact, it is consistently better than most diesel fuels purchased nationwide. Petroleum diesel fuels vary widely in their quality, even if made in the same refinery. Further, many people put the cheapest diesel fuel Diesel #1 in their vehicle rather than the more expensive Diesel #2. The lower cetane value of Diesel #1 results in less complete burning of the fuel, and therefore more maintenance problems in the long run. With our system, YOU will make the fuel and maintain the consistency by following our simple steps.
Fuel mileage is also comparable to petroleum diesel fuel. The only difference you will notice is the great smell coming from your tailpipe. That's right, the traditional smelly diesel is eradicated with our method and replaced by a smell reminiscent of a Fry Daddy cooking up a meal. This makes for a great conversation piece as well as a very nice smelling diesel. When we are asked what the smell is coming from our car, we like to say, "That's the smell of money! I'm saving a fortune with this fuel."
try to get oil at restaurants first?
No. Wait till you read the manual. We will teach you
the right way to get the right oil from the right
restaurants. Learn from our mistakes, don’t make your
Do I need to modify my vehicle in any way?
No. Search the internet and you will find numerous companies selling conversion kits. They range in price from $800-2,000 not including the cost of paying a mechanic for the conversion. The premise here, as mentioned in NO CONVERSION NECESSARY!, is that heating the oil makes it useable in raw form. This is essentially true though the oil is lacking several critical additives. The problem is that such conversions require 2 tanks, which means that until the oil is heated you are running on petroleum diesel. 2 tanks, electronic heaters, heated filter units, heated tank, tank switching system, and more headaches than most people desire. All that plus running on a converted system still requires similar methods of filtration as we employ to remove food particles from the fuel. Rather than requiring this large conversion and extra maintenance, our method only requires a few minutes of mixing in the right proportions of ingredients and our special additive, fill your tank, and you are finished.
Can I use this in a semi tractor trailer?
Yes, ANY diesel engine can, and is, running well on this fuel. Any model, Any type, Any year.
Can I use this fuel in my Cummins, Duramax, Powerstroke, TDI, Blue-Tech, 2008 engines?
Yes, ANY diesel engine can, and is, running well on this fuel. Any model, Any type, Any year.
Why haven't I heard of this before?
For one thing, you probably live in America. Americans
have enjoyed some of the world's lowest gas prices for
years. However, you have probably noticed that fuel
prices are hovering above $3.00 per gallon. This is due
to many factors and will likely NOT change much any time
soon. In fact, since Americans are becoming accustomed
to seeing $3.00 prices, it is doubtful prices will ever
be near $1.00 again. For those who may remember years
ago when prices first topped $1.00 per gallon, it's
interesting that the “temporary” increases soon became
permanent. With our system, though, you will never have
to shop for the best price again. You will set your own
price, less than 50 cents per gallon.
The Europeans, on the other hand, have been paying over
$4.50 a gallon for decades due to their high fuel taxes.
Now at over $8 a gallon, they need our product even
more. Over the years, pioneering Europeans have used
diesels to gain better mileage and many have read
through their history books to recall that Rudolph
Diesel, the inventor of the diesel engine actually used
peanut oil to run his engine. For those who knew how, as
we do, this fuel has been a great money saver for
decades. Thus, Europeans developed methods to use both
fresh and waste vegetable oil to power their vehicles.
For Europeans, and today Americans, the original intent
of Dr. Diesel is becoming a reality. Today, we bring
this method to America.
Should I consult my mechanic?
Certainly. However, be prepared for either raised eyebrows or skepticism. Most American diesel mechanics have only heard passing details about people converting their vehicles to run on vegetable oil. Since bad news travels quicker than good news, they have probably heard a few stories of people clogging their filters by using unfiltered oil or by using hydrogenated oil (shortening) and not allowing the heaters to properly thin the fuel, etc. They will understandably be hesitant to encourage your use of any alternative fuel, fearing your wrath if your vehicle suffers.
Many of our customers instead prefer to make the fuel, fill up their tank, and stop by their mechanic's shop to show it off. Every mechanic for whom we have conducted such a demonstration walks away impressed, a bit dazed, and a little wiser on the history and amazing flexibility of diesel engines.
What if I run low on my “fuel,” can I put petroleum diesel in my tank?
Yes. You can add regular diesel into your tank at any ratio, any time. The only differences you will notice is a progressive return of the smelly petroleum diesel and a thinning of your wallet.
Can I use this fuel in my gas car?
Sorry, this fuel is made only for diesel engines since diesels run on the principle of high compression vs. gas engines use of combustion by fire. The good news is that diesels are increasing in popularity and can be purchased in virtually every type of car or truck. Economy cars, mid-size sedans, luxury sedans, pickup trucks, and even SUV's all have diesel optional engines. There are even millions of good older diesel vehicles on the road today. Buy one and change you driving life and your financial future.
Many of our customers have sold all their gas vehicles and made their entire family “fleet” run cheaper.
How much will I save?
How much do you drive? On average people save from $1,200 to $30,000 a year depending on whether they are an occasional driver, drive often, or drive a truck for a living. What you save depends on you. More importantly, what you do with the money you save on fuel is up to you. Take a vacation, pay off some bills, buy something nice. It's your money. Why give so much of it to the local gas station if you don't have to?
Is this for real?
Absolutely. Search the internet and you will see hundreds of sites boasting thousands of people using vegetable oil as diesel fuel as either Bio-diesel or by converting their car. The great difference in our system is that the drawbacks of price and vehicle conversion do NOT apply to our system. Our variation of the European method is only now being brought to America because of our great experts. Take a look at the Expert/Customer Feedback link to see video of one of our experts as well as some of our happy fuel users.
How much will I have to spend to build the "fuel station" to make my fuel?
The parts for the "fuel station" can be found at any
Wal-mart and Home Depot or Lowe's. Depending on your
location, you will need to purchase about $150-180 worth
of parts (less money if you buy our drill pump). It will take only a couple of hours to
assemble. Not mechanically inclined? Don't worry,
assembly is very easy if you follow our step-by-step
manual. If you can use a drill and a screwdriver, you
can build this system and say goodbye to the $2-3 plus
per gallon fuel stations.
What if I don't want the hassle of approaching restaurants about their oil?
Then don't. If spending a few hours of your life talking to a handful of restaurant owners about picking up their old oil in jugs is too much work to save thousands of dollars per year, fine. This isn't for everyone. Besides, there are millions of gallons of oil available nationwide, but not enough for everyone. If you don't use the oil, someone else happily will. And that someone will grow steadily happier as diesel prices continue their climb upwards.
How much time will I spend weekly doing this?
Once you have established ties with a few restaurants, you will likely spend about 10-15 minutes per week picking the oil up and carrying the jugs home in your trunk. Then about 5 minutes to make a 30 gallon batch and pump it into your vehicle. You probably spend more time weekly already shopping around for the best diesel price and then filling up your vehicle as you curse the high prices. If you spend a total of 10 hours per year picking up and making your fuel and save $3,000 on fuel, that's the same as getting paid $300 per hour for your time. If you already make that much per hour, this system probably won't interest you. But for the rest of us....$3,000 is a nice vacation, money to buy the new thing you desire, etc.
Depending on the vehicle, it's general condition, etc, the fuel made with our system produces emissions that are significantly less than petroleum diesel and 2-4% higher than biodiesel.
This is due to the fact that our fuel is 87% pure vegetable oil. A significant advantage over petroleum and a small tradeoff against bio-diesel for the benefit of easier and safer manufacture.
Fuel economy is virtually identical to petroleum. Some people claim they get the same, some a little more, and some say 1-2% less. Even if the latter is true, a 1-2% trade off in economy is easily countered by the $2.00 savings per gallon.
Cold weather? Does it gel? What's the gel point/cloud point of your fuel?
We have a Winterizing section in our manual describing how you can safely thin out your fuel mixture even more than the standard mixture
when temperatures drop below freezing. By such
winterizing as needed, your vehicle will run equal to any other vehicle using any form of diesel fuel at any given temperature.
We even have year round customers in Alaska!
Storage of fuel?
to make the oil last longer? With our new UV light, you
can safely store the collected oil for up to 6 months
before needing to make it into fuel.
would NOT be prudent to store the fuel for a year before
use. Our additives do retard bacterial growth, but
nothing can stop it. WE recommend using the fuel within
the first weeks to 2 months of manufacture, depending,
of course, on a variety of variables including ambient
temperature, type of oil used, how long oil sat idle
before making into fuel, etc.
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.
Brochures & additional information?
Everything we have to show is on the website. We have no fancy brochures or literature to offer that would only increase our costs and make our product more expensive. What we do have is a great additive, an informative manual, and a system that will allow you to make great quality diesel fuel for your vehicle. We have all of this due to the years of experience of a great team of Expert Diesel technicians from America and Germany. Give us a try, you will become a believer just as we did.
Glycerin & Carbonizing issue for vegetable oil based fuel?
Glycerin is no more an issue to vegetable based fuel than
paraffin is to petroleum based diesel. Both are easily
burned up in the high compression explosion of a diesel
engine, assuming the fuel is thinned well enough to properly
spray out of the injectors. The temperature inside the
combustion chamber is between 1300-1600 F and glycerin is
consumed at 380 F. As long as it sprays properly as our fuel
does, no residual will be left unburned and, therefore, no
potential for carbon buildup.
Fuel inspection in some states?
What the gov't is looking for in their fuel inspection is tax evasion, not fuel quality. Farm subsidized diesel is cheaper but is usually made with a color marker to identify it. It is doubtful they do on the spot chemical analysis, rather that they do a visual inspection. If they want taxes, offer your DOT what some some states require which is self reporting of usage of biodiesel or veggie conversions, and then pay the tax. Still great savings.
We cover the tax issue in our manual. In short, every state is different. Some ignore the small amount of people making their own fuel, others demand a self-reporting form be filled out quarterly and taxes paid on the amount of gallons you say you used.
A true "study" would require at least 100 engines being tested as a control group and another 100 as the test group. Control group would be given petroleum diesel, the test group our fuel. After 6 months-3 years, the engines would need to be stripped down and inspected for differences in wear.
We do not have the capital to do such a study. Rather, we trust our diesel experts who have real world experience with this type of fuel in America and Germany over decades dating back to post WWII. While it may not convince everyone as much as numbers on paper and charts, we tried it and were immediately sold. Now we are believers too.
YES. We now ship to virtually every country in the
world. We have even arranged discounts with UPS, our
carrier, for packages that are flown into your country and
pass the savings onto you. If a shipping charge seems
high to you, simply go to ups.com and compare a similar
sized package for shipping and you'll see how much we save
you over the standard UPS rates. International
shipping is high for air packages, but we've made great
strides to make it affordable. Many of our
international customers save more by ordering more at once
to dissipate the shipping costs over the entire order.
What are the other ingredients?
The knowledge of biodiesel can be found for free at a hundred sites. Our knowledge is unique and not found anywhere. This is part of what we are selling.
This is why we copyrighted our material. The process is essentially thinning via added ingredients in designated ratios and the addition of needed fuel additives to compensate for engine needs. Suffice to say they are every day items that can be found very easily.
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 21st century approach)
These are tough business decisions we know and it is likely our anonymity will cause us to lose a few sales. Overall, though, we are sufficiently busy and striving for ways to give our customers what they need. We want to please everyone, but we can't.
Can I get the name of some people who are using your system (fuel)?
It has been our policy early on to not give out any contact information regarding our customers. Due to the high volume of calls and emails we receive daily we know for a fact they would be inundated with calls, mostly from people who merely want free information on our system. This has already happened to the commercial PC repair company featured on our site.
We are, however, considering creating a forum for our users to openly discuss their progress with our system. Keep an eye on our site for updates.
You use Petroleum in your fuel additives?
Yes we use petroleum in our fuel. In all fairness, though,
consider that biodiesel contains 15-25% methanol. A
substance of equal or greater danger to people and the
environment, yet it "earns" the name “bio.” Biodiesel is
75-85% veggie oil, ours is 87%.
Further, the energy required to produce a batch of
methanol in a factory equates to almost the identical
amount of fossil fuel used to make that energy. In other
words, coal or petrol is being used in a ratio of approx 1
gallon to create one gallon of methanol. This is the
reality of our world.
We believe that the world would be a cleaner place
without either petroleum or methanol. Till then, we are very
satisfied with a product that reduces by 87% the petroleum
an individual uses.
Why isn't everyone using your product?
This system is new to most Americans. It is increasingly being chosen over biodiesel by many new home fuel makers and biodiesel fans alike.
Since many people have a great deal of money tied up in biodiesel and conversion sales, there are obviously many people who DON'T like us. Just scan the forums out there and take a look at what the so-called "knowledgeable" people who have NEVER used our system are saying.
The difference between us is that we HAVE tried biodiesel and conversion systems and we can honestly say they ARE good products. We merely believe ours is better for most people.