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Old 03-21-2012, 07:48 PM
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Clay - how many miles on the 08?
How do you handle emissions testing wth that modification?
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:00 PM
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Clay - how many miles on the 08?
How do you handle emissions testing wth that modification?
80k miles on the clock, 15k on WVO.
There is no emission testing here in OK.
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You can always put the DPF back on, return truck to stock, go get it tested, then remove it again... PITA, but possible.
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I bought a 2010 6.4 . I was planning on registering to powerstrokenation/army.com and putting a post up but I wanted to hit you guys up first. The B100 will pass Astm and will be filtered down to 1/2 micron. From what I have seen I should do a:

1. DPF Delete
2. Egr Delete
3. Air Dog
4. Exhaust,upgraded air filter and tuner H&S
4. Would upgraded nozzels help?
5. would upgraded HPFP help?

What do you guys think of these comments:

http://www.justanswer.com/ford/5lkxp...b100-6-4l.html

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Old 08-22-2012, 11:22 PM
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I bought a 2010 6.4 . I was planning on registering to powerstrokenation/army.com and putting a post up but I wanted to hit you guys up first. The B100 will pass Astm and will be filtered down to 1/2 micron. From what I have seen I should do a:

1. DPF Delete
2. Egr Delete
3. Air Dog
4. Exhaust,upgraded air filter and tuner H&S
4. Would upgraded nozzels help?
5. would upgraded HPFP help?

What do you guys think of these comments:

http://www.justanswer.com/ford/5lkxp...b100-6-4l.html

Thanks,

Les
Dedinately do 1-4, the other 2 are questionable and very expensive.
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I bought a 2010 6.4 . I was planning on registering to powerstrokenation/army.com and putting a post up but I wanted to hit you guys up first. The B100 will pass Astm and will be filtered down to 1/2 micron. From what I have seen I should do a:

1. DPF Delete
2. Egr Delete
3. Air Dog
4. Exhaust,upgraded air filter and tuner H&S
4. Would upgraded nozzels help?
5. would upgraded HPFP help?

What do you guys think of these comments:

http://www.justanswer.com/ford/5lkxp...b100-6-4l.html

Thanks,

Les
What Clay said mostly. Really depends on what your goals are. I would put the air dog with with the nozzles and HPFP. I have seen very little suggesting an upgraded lp fuel pump is needed under 500-600 hp. At such low fuel pressure, (5-6 psi) the stocker can pump a whole lot a fuel really quick.
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:20 PM
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Jason,

I want more power ~550WHP but I am more concerned with reliability when running B100. I just can't find anybody that has run high blends of Bio for lots of miles. I guess its due to the warrentee? I would love for somebody to say if you do 1+2+3 you won't have any problems lol! I have called some big shops that I would have thought had customers running B75+ but they don't and have not really offered any advice. I spend ~1000 on fuel/month so some would say it's a no brainer but at the same time these engines are expensive to repair. My truck has ~30,000miles on it now so i still have the warentee. I would loose the warentee if I do all these mods but I would save alot of $$$.
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Skunk, I don't think it is any help to you, gut I have run B100 in my 5.9L Cummins for over 2 years, and in my two Jettas for almost four years. I have not had (of course now I jinxed it) a fuel related issue. IMHO all my vehicles run better on bio then on D2. There has been really very little diesel run in any of them. I run bio and then switch to wvo at temperature.
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What Clay said mostly. Really depends on what your goals are. I would put the air dog with with the nozzles and HPFP. I have seen very little suggesting an upgraded lp fuel pump is needed under 500-600 hp. At such low fuel pressure, (5-6 psi) the stocker can pump a whole lot a fuel really quick.
Oh yes, I read that to fast, no airdog needed really. and with an H&S tunner, you will be at 550 hp. So Do the exhaust and EGR delete and get the tuner.
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