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Old 03-31-2007, 02:54 PM
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B100 Any changes needed?

I am looking into switching over to B100 in my '03 6.0. Anyone out there done this? What changes, if any do I need to make to run B100 in my truck?
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Welcome to FTE And welcome to our biodiesel forum. Your 03 is already to go with bio, no changes are necessary.
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No changes are required in any diesel engine to run biodiesel straight up at 100%.

A few models will need to have a rubber fuel line replaced eventually but its not an immediate concern..

Just dump it in and go.. you wont be disappointed.
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There are no rubber fuel lines nor o-rings to worry about. Go ahead and burn it up.
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What about running B100 in an '88? It's the 7.3 IDI non-turbo motor.
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