Running our American made and grown Bio is a start for Freedom from terrorist.
2005 F350 6.0 lariat supercab 4x4 long bed zf6 speed and a real work horse--Burning B100 on nice days and B50 when there is a chill in the air
Mod's-BD exhaust brake-Dura flaps-Piaa back up lights-C-Betr mirrors
-Midwest short throw shifter-Splitz lift-Wilson cell antenna & Amp--Isspro ev gauges-fuel-pyro-ebp
1999 EB expedition (Wife's)
Running B5 here in Las Vegas for the past six months now. Nothing but good things about bio-diesel. I wish we had a higher percentage available. It costs about 25 cents more a gallon but I am willing to pay that in order to make a small difference and to treat my 7.3 engine. I really like the idea of turning Nevada into a bio-diesel production facility using the algae method. Do a search on Google for this very innovative method and I think we can (if we want to) solve a huge part of our oil dependence problem.
I've been on B20 for close to a year now. There are tons of reasons to run bioD (a little cheaper here, lubricity, lower EGTs, as well as perhaps some environmental benefits) but the way I look at it, any $$$ of mine I can keep out of the hands of middle eastern nations is a good thing.
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!
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