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Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Somewhere On The West Coast
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I've said all along that I really like this truck so that is nothing new. And it is my first diesel so who knows I may keep it for many years. Am I worried? No. However, I am as concerned as anyone else would be if indeed fuel is getting into the oil. According to Blackstone (who many here say is one of the best) I have no fuel in the oil at this time. I will continue to have them periodically check it. I have stated many times that I MAY tune my truck (and join the dark side) when the warranty is up. My previous gassers were all tuned but I didn't have to "remove" any required EPA stuff to do that. By that time my truck will be several years old and I'll have been able to follow threads here to see how both stock and tuned motors have held up. Having a sensor & a manual mode for regen, that lets you know the regen will happen in, let's say 100 miles, would indeed be a nice thing. To bad Ford didn't think of that.
Finally, if only 1 person picks up some knowledge/insight from one of my posts (that are worthless to you) then I believe they are productive.
2010 F350 Lariat FX4 CC Long Box, Line X, Pueblo Gold, H&S Mini Maxx, DPF/DOC Delete, Flo Pro Down Pipe Back Stainless Exhaust, Flo Pro EGR/Cooler Delete with High Flow Intake Elbow, S&B CAI, MBRP Exhaust Tip
Last edited by fairhaven; 03-22-2010 at 03:07 PM.