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Running Bio w/ Modded trucks?

Just a question...

Has anyone had any experiance running B50-B100 w/ Mods to there trucks???

What I mean is Bio gonna hurt any when I decide to put a new everything in the truck, injectors, turbo, exhaust, fuel system... etc etc..

My guess would be no as its a "cleaner" fuel.. But I mean with power issues and what not..?

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As long as it's good quality bio, you should be fine. With the introduction of ULSD, bio doesn't have as much of a difference in BTU's as with LSD.
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ok, cool thanks thats just what I was looking for...
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i run all blends of biodiesel in my semi modded truck. no problems and i run custom tunes on my SCT (Econ, Street, Hybrid Race). i have been thinking lately and wondering if running biodiesel would effect cylinder pressure? biodiesel has higher cetane and with the increased timing of a high power tune may cause extra pressure. i don't know, just thinking out loud, hopefully someone with more insight can help us out.
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