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Old 08-16-2017, 09:40 AM
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so it probably isn't a great option if your fuel system is already pushed to it's limits.


If you're maxed out then probably not. The one 2.5 truck we put it in we didn't notice a big difference other then it starts like a stock truck and has no haze at idle anymore. Other then it running a lot cleaner can't notice a difference on that. He is maxed out as well for right now until he puts a 2nd cp3 on it. When he does that we will know more


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Old 08-16-2017, 09:47 AM
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Subd what about scheid hot diesel diesel power had a article that was pretty interesting about hot diesel fuels and additives scheid claims 30hp and 100ft lbs if I read that right on there site but it's not street use
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Subd what about scheid hot diesel diesel power had a article that was pretty interesting about hot diesel fuels and additives scheid claims 30hp and 100ft lbs if I read that right on there site but it's not street use
Haisley Machine sells an additive package that you mix with normal pump diesel we have found that it was good for 25 HP and 50 FT/LBS on a 975HP Cummins on the engine dyno so the HP claim on Scheids fuel is believable, the torque gain is probably possible on a big cube low rpm tractor motor. On the same engine and dyno we mixed the Haisley additive in B100 soybean bio diesel and with no changes we picked up 40HP
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The bio diesel seems to run that much better then regular diesel then?


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Mark, along with myself have tested this fuel. We both have had barrels of it for quite some time.

The Fuel has change several times due to refinery's burning down.
The first batch was the best. I know I have seen it from 10hp all the way to 100hp increase. With a few hard part limits being how it reacts.. but, the issue is for us pulling guys, it does not meet spec for pretty much everyone's fuel rule. Obviously for the money its not worth it for street use and when it comes to drag racing you are pretty much unlimited so save the money and buy a bigger turbo, injector, pump ect. and have a lot more to gain.
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Mark, along with myself have tested this fuel. We both have had barrels of it for quite some time.

The Fuel has change several times due to refinery's burning down.
The first batch was the best. I know I have seen it from 10hp all the way to 100hp increase. With a few hard part limits being how it reacts.. but, the issue is for us pulling guys, it does not meet spec for pretty much everyone's fuel rule. Obviously for the money its not worth it for street use and when it comes to drag racing you are pretty much unlimited so save the money and buy a bigger turbo, injector, pump ect. and have a lot more to gain.
My turbo and fuel setups are about as big as I can ever imagine going on a street truck. I was just wondering if this might give me a tenth at the track or drop egt's a bit and maximize my chances of driving home lol
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