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Old 07-27-2014, 09:01 PM
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I would stay away from acetone as it swells nitrile seals and may damage fuel pump diaphrams. IMO that the slower longer burn is also quieter and when my bro ran some of my blend in his rig, he saw a little higher egt's so that might prove more power but with nothing but a butt dino can't know for Shure.
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I typically run and, oil here truck is happy as can be
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i was thinking about getting one of these and then running as high of a percentage of WMO as i can in my 6.9:
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I would get a centrifuge. High-PSI(~1800 for the 6.9) injection pumps do not like metal shavings and particles and will wear quickly.
If you spend the money on a centrifuge and get all the crud out, the IP and injectors should last a *lot* longer.

Also, the solenoids inside the DB2 pumps will attract metal shavings on the /return/ side of the pump, and can make them fail or jam. I've heard of them being covered in shavings from running (improperly filtered) WMO.
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