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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Nova Scotia
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There are some engines that you can mix SVO with D2 & dump it in your tank & go. Your 6.0 is NOT one of them. If you value your engine & don't want to empty your pocket book fixing it then either make bio or put a second tank system in & heat the VO.
Your driving habits will determine which way to go. Have alot of short drives ( 10-20 k miles or less) then bio is for you. Alot of longer drives then I would strongly suggest going SVO. Bio is a pain in the but to make IMHO & requires the use of dangerous chemicals to make it. With SVO you filter & dewater it by heating settling or centrifuging Dump in your heated conversion tank system & your done. I prefer centrifuge over heat & settle.
Before you do anything have you found a source of VO? That's the first thing you need to do. Everything else doesn't matter if you can't get any oil.
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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