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Old 09-21-2010, 04:55 AM
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Question Could this work for wvo use?

If wvo could be filtered to below 5 microns could it be poured directly into the fuel tank for use? Without needing any conversion such as the VegiStroke, etc?

If cold temperatures weren't an issue or if the wvo could be mixed with low percentages of kerosene or maybe even gasoline to prevent gelling, could this still work?

My particular truck is an 01' 7.3

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Old 09-21-2010, 07:05 AM
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Yep, sure would......


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dont do it unless you want to do bad things to your truck. There is a reason we all spend so much time and money on this stuff.
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It would run. How long it would continue to run is a highly debated question. If you want to do it right (read "much more safe for your motor"), you need a two tank conversion kit.
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dont do it unless you want to do bad things to your truck. There is a reason we all spend so much time and money on this stuff.
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It would run. How long it would continue to run is a highly debated question. If you want to do it right (read "much more safe for your motor"), you need a two tank conversion kit.
I believe that this is the consensus of this forum.
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