Has anyone seen or heard (or have experience with) what the long term effects will be from running bio in a Power Stroke? Are there any corrosive effects, fouling, injector problems that one might experience on the horizon?
Maybe there are articles or case studies out there that someone could point me to?
Also, what about the behavior of bio in cold weather----gelling problems?
I'm really starting to get interested in running B20, as several additional filling stations locally have just received grants from the state to install tanks/pumps for B20 as well as E85, so I want to gather as much info as possible before it hits the streets-
2002 F-350 Lariat CC DRW 4x4 7.3L PSD
Isspro EV A-pillar, AIS intake w/ fender sleeve, 5' exhaust, KCM HPX, Tru-Cool Max, BTS VB, RDP FRX, AIH delete, plenum inserts and boots, and Casserly Stage 1 Injectors, 38R and DP Tuner (live tuned) thanks to the gang at RRE 2012!
Here is a link to a long term test on a Dodge in Yellowstone.
95 F350 SC PSD Auto 4.10 Pro-Tech Aluminum Flatbed with side boxes AutoMeter Transmission and Boost gauges 6637 Filter mod 160K miles B&M 24K Transmission cooler Diamond Eye stainless steel exhaust 2 tank WVO
My truck's a lab rat. I've been running B99 more often than not for the last six months or so. Nothing to report. Hoses haven't burst or left anything in the filters. I've probably driven 8-10,000 miles in that time.
2014 Fusion Energi Plug-In Hybrid Daily Driver
2012 Race Red Boss 302 Track Car Early 99 F250 PSD 4x4 CC 6spd Common Mods 300,000+ Miles, No longer driven daily
1964 Falcon Convert 289 Toploader 9" 4 Wheel Disks
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