if you can get ahold of a old cummins dodge it is set up for it allrerddy the mechanical pump trucks will run it with out any mods just have to keep the vegi oil hot by puting a heater hose curcut in the oil tank it is harder to get the computer controled cummins to run it but it can be done
I've seen a bio-diesel setup before, seems like a lot of work. My dads friend does it, he runs it in his cummins in his ram, its an old 12 valve noisy dodge. You have to buy the kit for refining the oil (like $3k) and additives like lie to eat the fat in the grease. He said it ends up costing roughly $0.70 a gallon.
Rob, you're right, his exhaust smells like a Fry Daddy
running oil and BIO are 2 different things bio has to be processed whereas oil is just filtered oil a lot of filtering is done running bio is a good thing and all diesels can run B-100 it just gels allot sooner than Dino diesel and strait oil will do it as well but the oil needs to be heated before use no mater what temp so that is better for the diesel start setup
you start and stop on regular diesel till your engine creates enough heat to heat the veggie oil with the hearer coolant it then becomes viscous enough to flow correctly for the injection system
I wish my grass was emo so it would cut itself
86.5 supra gone to people behind liking my behind
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