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Old 08-10-2009, 10:28 PM
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what blends of bio can i use in my 95 with no mods

i have a bunch of biostations around here and i would love to take advantage of them but i dont want to put it in my truck if i gonna screw it up so my question is what blends can i put in my 95 with 225xxx miles, however i was told that i need to upgrade my fuel hoses, is this true as well?
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You do need to upgrade your fuel lines. Ford started using the "bio friendly" fuel lines in 97.
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Ditton on the fuel line upgrades.

But beyond that, the 7.3 is a super friendly engine for a lot of different blends, including straight VO.

Those big, low pressure injectors will spray some pretty thick stuff that would clog the 6.0's.

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