Been there, done that. Nothing but trouble. Unless you try the centrifuge purification method, The string process and tp process do not work. The particles get through and plug up your fuel filter after a tank or two.
If you use a magnet in the stream and prevent water entering, I don't know it can hurt anything as the lubricity is fantastic, but it also may coke up your injector tips with deposits. I fooled with this on an engine I hated. I would absolutely not do it on my truck after my (big waste of time) experience.
I don't think you have a cat, but if you did, the zinc in the oil would ruin the cat in short order. I think the only real application for burning wmo is on older mechanical diesels with large tolerances. Like on my old excavator, the factory fuel filter looks like a lawn mower filter. It only has a screen. So I am guessing it could survive it, but that's just a guess. It smells TERRIBLE.
But perhaps there is better information since I played with it. Good luck either way.