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post #13 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-28-2010, 06:07 PM
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where on earth did you get LSD that made you trip for a week
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Thanks for the reply's everyone. I made it back home with no issues.

I did see my mpg's on the monitor go down to around 11 for a long time (30 min or so while driving on interstate), which I thought was weird since I had never seen that, but it could have just been a bad head wind. I was thinking that maybe it was just outdated as well, but the gas pump was a separate pump just for diesel. It was not one of the normal ones like all the other shells I have seen have where its attached to the same pump as the gas.

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I would drop the tank and flush it out and then pull all the injectors, cp3, and lines off and flush them out too, also change the fuel filter while you are at it and hope it didnt cause any damage and hopefully your motor does not blow up now in the next 1000 miles like most of them do with lsd.

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I would drop the tank and flush it out and then pull all the injectors, cp3, and lines off and flush them out too, also change the fuel filter while you are at it and hope it didnt cause any damage and hopefully your motor does not blow up now in the next 1000 miles like most of them do with lsd.

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i had to do this with mine twice, thats what the dealer said they would do.

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Thanks for the reply's everyone. I made it back home with no issues.

I did see my mpg's on the monitor go down to around 11 for a long time (30 min or so while driving on interstate), which I thought was weird since I had never seen that, but it could have just been a bad head wind. I was thinking that maybe it was just outdated as well, but the gas pump was a separate pump just for diesel. It was not one of the normal ones like all the other shells I have seen have where its attached to the same pump as the gas.
Actually that was more than likely a regen. Happen quite frequently on a stock truck.

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i had to do this with mine twice, thats what the dealer said they would do.
ok, now I am not sure if you're joking. It's hard to tell intonation on written words. Doesn't surprise me a dealer would say that. However, judging from what all you've done to your truck I don't think you actually did that( at least I hope not.)

Anyway, I can tell you from personal experience LSD won't hurt these trucks if the emissions equipment is gone. I ran two to three tanks in a row of LSD(yes I know for sure it was LSD) in my 08 and it ran great. Much better than ULSD. This was the 500ppm lsd. Seemed to smoke more, but got better mileage and seemed to run harder. I assume it would clog the DPF up more on a stock truck which would most likely mean less fuel mileage due to all the regens you'd be having, but the motor and fuel system should be fine.

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