We Drained Our Engine’s Oil and Replaced It With Diesel Fuel!!! How Far Will It Go??

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20 thoughts on “We Drained Our Engine’s Oil and Replaced It With Diesel Fuel!!! How Far Will It Go??

  1. Diesel atoms are more "compacted" with more hydrocarbons than gasoline which is why it feels oilier and thicker. It stores more energy but burns slower. Think of it like firewood. Dry birch will light quick and burn hot, but oak will burn pretty hot and slow because it's a denser wood.

  2. Both being refined from crude oil, the difference is, the hydrocarbons that make up gasoline are shorter and less dense, making it more volatile. Diesel however, the hydrocarbons that make it up are longer and more tightly packed making it less volatile then gasoline and therefore can't be ignited by conventional means such as spark plugs, meaning the use of super high compression ratios (in comparison of gasoline) to heat up the air/fuel mixture and forcing ignition, or the use of glow plugs which preheat the air within the cylinder then combined with high compression ratios cause it too ignite. Like the pinned comment says diesel contains more energy per parts per million hence why diesels are torque machines

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