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Running Propane for boost

Has anyone ran the propane to boost power in your diesel. I have heard that it is like nitro in a gas motor. How safe is it. and what system is the best to use? 92 F-350 cab & chasi dooly. About 9,000 lbs
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Running Propane for boost

I'm working on getting propane installed on my truck, and have decided on the Powershot2000 system. It's a proportional system, with the propane coming on at a preset boost level, and increasing with boost up to the maximum. It can be set up to increase hp/tq to the max, or you can back off a little, still get a huge increase, and be safe.
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