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Re: Cavalier Diesel? (and a American auto market rant)
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 3:56 PM
if you want good fuel mileage, find a Volkswagen Rabbit Mk1 with a 1.9 diesel and a manual transmission. 55+ mpg



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Re: Cavalier Diesel? (and a American auto market rant)
Saturday, February 26, 2011 2:46 PM
TheSundownFire (GME Chat) wrote:

Red Diesel has a higher sulfur content.

The PPM of Sulfur in red diesel is above the EPA regulated level for automobile use. Just like any other EPA law it comes with a heavy fine.

Ive also been reading that red diesel is taxed differently than automotive fuel so its a little bit of both but not just the govt out to screw everyone over.


Red Diesel isn't taxed.

A lot of times it's just referred to as "Farm Diesel" around here.





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Re: Cavalier Diesel? (and a American auto market rant)
Tuesday, March 01, 2011 8:03 PM
Ive seen a two cylinder diesel generator engine in a ford festiva with a little customization to the bell housing of the original trans it had some get up and go
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