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Just wanted to get some opinios/rumors about propane. Thanks for the great site. Better than Home Depot
2000 F-250 Lariat, BFG 315 AT/TA, Tuff Country 2 1/2" Lift, Ranch 9000 Shocks, Explorer Steering Stabilizer, Isspro Gauges, Summit 4" Turbo Back, SCMT Programmer, Home Made "Tymar" Ans So On And So On
A lot of guys run it without problems. Gives added power, causes higher EGTs, most guys only use it up to a certain hp. Then, they do innjectors, turbos, NOS.
Other guys run it with too hot a chip and have blown rods, and purchased themselves a new motor.
Heard real good things about it and real bad things about it.
Alot of guys have it and like it, others no longer run it.
Hope this helps.
2001 F-350 PSD 4x4 Hell Raiser, Heavily Modified
2007 F-350 PSD 4x4 Work Horse, Moderately Modified.
Couldnt have said it better myself. Mainly, if you plan to upgrade to a bigger turbo and injectors, dont waste your money. If you were thinking about a mild chip, and just want a little more power, propane might be for you.
Bio-diesel, Propane & Alternative Diesel Engine Fuels
02-15-2005 07:27 AM
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