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  1. Y2KW57
    10-16-2015 07:24 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the reps Kirk!
  2. JoeCT
    08-16-2014 01:59 PM - permalink
    i just bought a 2004 ford f350 and i need to convert it to burn fry oil.. i would be grateful if you could msg me or email me info on the conversion you talked about.. thanks in advance
    email [email protected]
  3. Swizzferd8
    09-08-2012 08:35 PM - permalink

    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 protected] thank you!
  4. r1kyle
    08-17-2012 12:39 PM - permalink
    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
  5. dprickett
    05-24-2012 09:40 PM - permalink
    Hey Kirk, I was seeing if you would have any extra wvo. I am going on a road trip in about a week and I am looking for places to fill up. Feel free to email me at davisprickett at Thanks!
  6. bluescrew
    05-17-2011 08:30 PM - permalink
    your fuel gauge pod is friggen badass.
  7. portlandareae28
    03-18-2011 09:57 AM - permalink
    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. [email protected] thank you in advance for helping everyone out!! Brian
  8. RoysVeggy
    12-26-2010 08:39 AM - permalink

    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 protected]. Thank you very much!
  9. DIYMechanic
    12-16-2010 06:55 PM - permalink
    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 [email protected]. Thanks in advance.
  10. tdpower
    11-29-2010 01:09 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps! Did you have to tear apart the shroud on the side of the road?

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  • About kirkharrod
    Frankfort, KY
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    200,000 - 249,999
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    2002 F-250 Super Cab, 330,000 miles, 130,000 on Greasecar WVO, Riffraff Billet Wheel, AIH delete-water injection in its place, DIY stock fuel bowl delete, Beans Diesel fuel sump, 6637 w/ Pete's cover, Straight Piped, GPR LED mod, CAT ELC, Bosch auxiliary coolant pump, ext coolant filter, fumoto oil drain valve, Aeroforce Interceptor scan gauge, ISSPro trans temp, boost, EGT, elec fuel pressure gauges, Cyberdyne coolant, veg oil, ambient air temp gauges, 80W low beams/100W high beams.


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  • Join Date: 08-06-2008
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