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Old 04-07-2012, 02:24 PM
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2011 6.7 vegistroke?

Anyone know anything about the possibilities of the 6.7 ford diesel motor becoming a vegistroke? I would wait till the warranty is up but wondering if any research has been done to whether it would be viable? or if this motor is to advanced?
I spent $7500.00 on diesel last year and I am over it.
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I assume by using the term Vegistroke, you are refering to the conversions produced by BFT. As for the 6.7, there is a long row to hoe before that is a reality in my opinion.

The 6.4 conversion is not even into production, and there apparently are some obstacles to overcome before is will become available. Until the 6.4 is a success, I doubt they will even entertain thoughts of a conversion for the 6.7.

I would not hold my breath. You will likely be long out of warranty before a conversion is available.
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If I was you I would be looking into making biodiesel for your 6.7. There may be reasons why you cannot run b100 in a 6.7 that I am not aware of though. Bio can be run without voiding your warranty. I think b20 is what your warranty allows but who's gonna know if you accidentally filled your tank with b100.
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If I was you I would be looking into making biodiesel for your 6.7. There may be reasons why you cannot run b100 in a 6.7 that I am not aware of though. Bio can be run without voiding your warranty. I think b20 is what your warranty allows but who's gonna know if you accidentally filled your tank with b100.

Despite what the government(s) want us to think......green is not where they (gov't) really want to head.

B20, WTF Ford......we will never get off of the dino fuel tit if they cant engineer something that will actually RUN on an alternative fuel. Now, our European friends, they get it. B100 and WVO are common place there, and, diesel passenger cars are NORMAL.

Pop quiz......name one American made automobile currently available for sale in the US that is diesel....answer--> NOT F'ing ONE!

Just for fun, Google Volkswagon Polo. 100 Mpg. Clean European diesel NOT available in the US. Prius?
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