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Has anyone experimented with a homemade diesel fuel additive? I'm thinking if one used a mix of (1) acetone (2) Xylene and (3) 2-cycle engine oil, one could home brew a diesel additive. You could buy the stuff at Lowe's or Home Depot. What do you guys think? I know some of you guys have been doing things to diesels much longer than I have!
2004.0 Dodge Ram 2500,Stock 5.9L Diesel H.O. 305HP/555lb.ft ,6-speed NV5600, 2WD,2" front level, Frantz oil bypass, Cat 1R-0479 fuel filter under the intake, Baldwin BF1212 filter under the truck, Smarty S06 programmer,revo tune,Issopro FP,ETG,Boost gauges
Sig restoration in progress... WTB stock airbox... looking for a bottom half of the airbox in the Minneapolis area, needs to be unmoddified... pm me if you have one. (pending... looks like I found one local).
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