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I had a thought today and I wanted to run it past you guys to see what you think. Since the EPA is having such a fit for us 1%'rs that actually delete, what if you want to run boidiesel that is a higher concentration than B20? Say I purchased and used a biodiesel refinery and started running B100 in my truck, I can't do that if the truck isn't deleted, the "soot" will clog the DPF and a standard regen won't keep the soot burnt off, so deleting is the only answer if you want to be "green". How would someone go about running this up the chain, so to speak, to let the EPA know? I would think that a letter or waiver basically certifying that you run a B30 or higher fuel say, 50% of the time would qualify you as being an alternative fuels vehicle requiring exhaust modifications? Just thinking out loud here...maybe we can get something going to get our delete tunes back.