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Old 01-15-2013, 12:02 AM   #11 (permalink)
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The delphi's are quite a mess from that picture.Very suprised to see that.I find they work great in my 6.2 though.
I'd imagine any of the injectors would be fine for someone using the truck the way it was intended (with diesel) :-)
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:57 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Sathackr... would be cool to create a thread just talking about the 6.5 running on alternate fuels. For this option, is one of the reason's I now have 2 diesel vehicles.

My other vehicle is a 98 Mercedes E300 turbo diesel. I have ran several hundred gallons of 50/50 wvo/diesel.. and a little gasoline or acetone for thinning. I started running this stuff in the summer of 2012, last year.

Also, I have ran about 10 gallons of this mix through the 6.5 diesel. However, I am more concerned about using this in the truck because of all the bad things I have read about the injection pump.
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:50 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Sathackr... would be cool to create a thread just talking about the 6.5 running on alternate fuels. For this option, is one of the reason's I now have 2 diesel vehicles.

My other vehicle is a 98 Mercedes E300 turbo diesel. I have ran several hundred gallons of 50/50 wvo/diesel.. and a little gasoline or acetone for thinning. I started running this stuff in the summer of 2012, last year.

Also, I have ran about 10 gallons of this mix through the 6.5 diesel. However, I am more concerned about using this in the truck because of all the bad things I have read about the injection pump.
I think it's been tried a few times(starting a alt fuel thread) but there never seems to be enough interest to sustain it. There is a thread somewhere that started out about I think a 6.2 land rover that rolled into being a big 6.2/6.5 alt fuel thread. I'll try to find it.

I'm not to concerned with cooking my pump. You can buy rebuilt pumps all day long for < $500 it takes me about 4hrs to swap a pump and I've saved about $2000 in fuel already. Even If I had to buy a new pump every time I changed my oil I'd still break even.

I think the biggest issue is the viscosity, I've seen lots of reports of sheared shafts on these with people running oil. I've exhausted my dino oil supply and am about to start running veggie oil. I'm determined to only have a single tank. I coiled some wire around my fuel line where it runs along the framerail to heat the oil and am going to make a heater that will bolt onto the pump where the PMD would go. It will always need to be pre-heated before starting on oil, or use oil blended with enough diesel that the viscosity is reasonable.
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New Flight Systems PMD in the bumper.
6-Banger by Buddy multi-program chip.

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Reman DS4 RIP Resurrected! Killed it with some motor oil. Used diesel motor oil = pump murderer. Bought another reman from Pensacola Diesel.
Original DS4(Tag says 2005) RIP ResurrectedFinally killed it dead with a yummy veggie oil blend. He will be missed.

Engine, tranny, and turbo rebuilt at 400k

Running mostly on alternate "Fuels"
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:14 PM   #14 (permalink)
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6.2 section has a good thread, with pics for running alt fuel.

And my injectors come out looking like your bad ones when running lots of WMO.
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:41 PM   #15 (permalink)
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There is a guy on here named littleboy that has modified injectors to run straight WMO with no coking problems.
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