Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Nova Scotia
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Are you talking about dropping your stock tank? Unless your truck is having problems running on diesel & you suspect that something is going on in the tank then no you don't need to drop it.
Keep the fuels completely seperate until they reach the heads. Do not use the stock fuel pump. Do not use the stock fuel filter. You will never get a proper purge.
Frequent testing for water is very important. Do you need to test every cubie?? I would say yes. I test every cubie I get to make sure it is water free.
Do you have any sources locked up yet? How are you going to process your oil?
Living where you do means you do not need to put as much into heating your VO as I do where I live. I would still go with a FPHE mounted as the final thing your VO goes through before the heads, a heated pickup & I would do a Tube In Hose to heat your fuel lines. Thats should give you all the heat you will need. I insulated all my fuel lines but thay probably won't be required in your location.
Make sure you have a VO temp gauge & pressure gauge. They are very important.
2001 f-350 ext.cab. 7.3 auto non dually. 262k miles. New HD tranny at 67,000 miles. Boost, EGT, Tranny temp gauges. 04/10 DIY check valve VO conversion. 20 plate FPHE,Fass HPFP set at 70 PSI,TIH, 10 micron spin on filter with coolant wrap, 150 micron prefilter, hrydraforce purge valve, 40 gallon greasecar tank with hotfox, SS braided hose to heads, Oil temp, pressure & fuel level gauges. 110K miles on grease.
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