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Keep in mind, qualiy B100 can be run as low as 32'F without issue in a PSD. By adding 20% D2, you can go as low as 20'F in most instances.
Quality B100 is perfectly harmless to be run in a 2002 PSD without modification when temps permit, in fact they LOVE it! It is a clean burning, low odor alternative fuel. In fact I made the switch from WVO to B100 over two years ago, and will NEVER run a drop of WVO again. From my experience, B100 is a MUCH better fuel. Burns clean. Runs strong and easy to handle. I feel it is MUCH safer to the engine especially in very cold temps. I run it year round. I will be driving to work today on B100 in my VW on B100 (fully converted) as the current air temp is -22F, and the high today will not be above zero. That could not be safely done on VO, at least I never could, and believe me when I say that I tried. The advantage to B100 is that it needs only to be heated to a temp above 32'F, compared to WVO at 160'F. Heating b100 to flowing temps is a snap. VO, not so much.
Check with wherever you are sourcing your fuel from. We can get you running it safely.
99 F350 7.3
320K w/ 150k+ on Biofuels
Casserly Stage 2's-TE Modded 17 HPOP
DP Tuner F6 & PMT1-Van Turbo Non EBPV & 6637
Twin Fass Pumps B100 & D2 Regulated Return- Fuel Lab
Isspro Pyro, Trans, Boost-Air and Fuel Temp
WVO processed by Simple Centrifuge
B100 by Biopro 190
B100 powered Excursion, F250 CCSB, and Two TDI Jettas