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25 thousand mikes fuel by collecting used cooking oil from restaurants then Marco filtering with screen before the spinning remaining particles and water out with two centrifuges.

The cooking oil was collected into two identical ranks on the passengers side with the centrifuges.

The grease was pumped across the bus to refill the trace tank and the tank that actually feeds the pump to the injectors on the engine.

The bus ran 99 percent of the tone on used cooking oil.

We started tge engine on the stock diesel tank. Once
The engine reached 190 degrees we switched the fuel source via servo valves. Before we short the engine off we switched back to the diesel tank to purge all the grease out of the pump stock filter and injectors.

This conversion cost $9,000. It saved used $20,00p in fuel.

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