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    There is a very good reason NOT to add any formulated lubricant products such as two-stroke oil and ATF to diesel fuel.  The lubricants usually contain additives which may include zinc and other metals.  Some of these, particularly zinc, are known to accelerate the formation of injector deposits.  In ...

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    ​Hello,                My name is Lee Howard. I am part of an organizational delegated authority group providing compliance/certification oversight for advanced avionics systems for Part 25. I started working in aerospace engineering, with an ABET accredited degree, at 15$/hour with a very small (U.S.) company ...

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    Tyler, that is a major spread of technology for fuels side of B engines from 2003-present. Regardless if it was my B engine I would not add anything for cleaning or lubricity except the best high cetane diesel I can source. But I would use NANONET media fuel filters if available for whichever ...

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    ​Tyler, for those model years there are two distinct versions of Cummins that are desirable. The 2003 305/555 version is a reliable performer and does not use in cylinder EGR that started in 2004.5.  The 47RE was not the strongest transmission but responds well to aftermarket upgrades.  The Quad Cab ...

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    Ooops sorry Terence i think i accidentally sent you a private message instead of replying to the discussion you can ignore that, Alot of more wonderful information from everybody i really appreciate it, In regards to Terence's question this would be right up your alley since you obviously have alot ...

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    If I ask what are ERGs and BRGs, does that answer your question ------------------------------ Zachary Bohard Engineer Carson City,NV ------------------------------

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    I regret answering your question with a question but as a former Cummins Engine Company Chem E I have to ask which compression engine? Whats the design?    Case in point;  current Ford Motor Company " power stroke diesel" engines use fuel to drive injection function  vs the older IH/Ford engine oil ...

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