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Old 11-15-2010, 10:26 AM
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Where to get SoyPower BioDiesel B100 or equivalent

This study has been cited many times on the org:

DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVE????

I've searched my fingers raw and haven't been able to find a source for SoyPower Biodiesel (number 1 on the list). I'd like to carry a few gallons around as an additive to increase lubricity.

Can someone point me to a source in Colorado?

Thanks.
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:25 AM
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I would just run 1oz per gal or 2 stroke. I dont believe what that study says 100%

I put 5% bio in the truck because that is all the truckstop sells. according to the study, that is all I need. If I add some 2stroke I notice my injectors are quieter and smoother. Even my girl who pays no attention to the truck has commented when I dont put the 2 stroke in. "why is your truck so loud today?!?"
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:43 AM
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Thanks tubular, any tips on which 2stroke to use? I saw someone comment on using no-ash or low-ash oil?
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I really don't think it matters. Most of the time people will say ashless like the stuff from walmart. I can not see how it matters, but I am no expert. I know people that put motor oil in there to do the same. Don't have any way to quantify the results, just know it helps
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i put a water bottle (16oz) or so in each tank.. but more wouldnt hurt.
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Old 11-15-2010, 02:57 PM
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Thanks. I just ordered Opti-lube XPD so I'll give that a try and compare it to 2stroke.
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