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I see that your knowledge on WVO systems have caught the attention of many others as well. I am in the process of finding/purchasing a mid 90's f250 and would love to do the WVO converstion. If you could send me the information and knowledge you have on building your own system that would be a huge help. I am trying to keep this project to a reasonable cost. If I could save money on building my own set up then I would be able to save a good chunk of money. My email --- email@example.com thank you!
i saw your post about wvo conversion and how its alot cheaper to make one yourself. i have been studying wvo conversions for about 8 months and want to do one on my early 99 psd 250. i believe i know the basics, heat the wvo tank heat the filter and heat the lines especially right before going to the injectors. my big problem is im not sure where i should get each of these parts to minimize cost. also do you manage yours manually or do you use a control module to purge
Kirk, as many others, maybe you could copy and paste your info on building a WVO kit, I am ready to get my 1997 F350 a little more $$efficient. firstname.lastname@example.org thank you in advance for helping everyone out!! Brian
from my original thread I made about a WVO system: You mentioned to message you, and said you had some good suppliers and a list of parts to purchase. I would greatly appreciate ANY AND ALL help from you regarding converting my 1992 F-350. My email is email@example.com. Thank you very much!
Kirk, I'd love to see your materials list for a $200-400 WVO system. I would love to convert my truck but I'm on a real shoestring budget to do so. I know it's been a while since you offered, but if you are willing I would love to have whatever info you have. Also you mentioned using a poly tank from Tractor Supply or somewhere. Any suggestions for keeping the tank out of the bed? I don't want to diminish the hauling capacity of my truck. Anyway, if you'd prefer to email the info my address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance.
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