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Old 11-15-2011, 11:33 PM
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7.3 idi ats turbo on biodiesel

ok so i am looking to save on fuel $$ for my 88' f350 7.3l idi with ats turbo. i was thinking veggie oil from restaurants(filtered) any ideas? run just veggie oil, dieseil till its hot, veggie oil except when towing, etc? also any adjustments i should do? turn up the fuel pump?

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Old 11-16-2011, 09:24 AM
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Welcome to the biodiesel forum! Do you want to run biodiesel, or just WVO? More info needed.........
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i was advisd against wvo because it can ruin the injector head, so biodiesel. but i would also need to learn how to get/make biodiesel

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I also would like to learn more about Bio for my IDI- all ears here.
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im considering this: The B100-WH Biodiesel Reactor very informational
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I have ran bio , WVo and WMO. I decided against bio for long term as it was costly to make and somewhat dangerous with your methanol. its some pretty nasty stuff if you get it on you. Truck ran great on bio, but didnt really feel it was worth the effort. Just my 2 cents.
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