Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Alvarado, TX
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I always like to change the oil in a brand new engine cause there is always stuff left over from the casting and I like to get it out after the first 500. Just a mental thing for me. Definitely not necessary...
B100 just means 100% biodiesel. I just got done reviewing the manual and it any blend greater than B20 could damage the engine and/or emissions system. I am thinking it might damage the emissions system but not the engine. Its funny but the manuals says NOT to use any raw or refined vegetable oil, animal fat, or cooking oil. That is everything biodiesel is made from besides the latest algae based stuff.
I bet I could do the DPF, EGR, and DEF delete and the 6.7 would run like a champ on B100.
Not sure when I will do all that though...
Last edited by rascal; 05-02-2011 at 06:31 PM.