Lovecraft Biofuels was a Silverlake, California operation that claimed typical diesel engines could run on vegetable oil using what is known as a "single tank" conversion. It does not heat the vegetable oil and the kit compromises filtering quality. As a result, the lifespan of vehicles with a Lovecraft system is short. 
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