2008 Dodge 6.7l CTD

A description and pics of your SVO WVO Vegetable Oil conversion, help the next person who gets that model.

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2008 Dodge 6.7l CTD

Postby fryedrydes » Sun Jan 11, 2009 10:03 pm

It is true and it is working perfectly per oil analysis and performance. That's all I can say or I may get assassinated. Just thought I would give a glimpse of hope for the conversion of vehicles that have a DPF.
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Postby simone0414 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:19 pm

That's great. You are a braver man the I though. Could you provide some info on your setup?
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Postby jburke » Tue Feb 24, 2009 2:28 pm

FWIR, the Cummins uses a separate injector in the exhaust to generate the heat for the regen cycle. This method does not have the disadvantge of forming unburned fuel in the combustion chamber. So I wouldn't expect any problems with an SVO conversion on this engine.
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Postby SunWizard » Tue Feb 24, 2009 2:39 pm

jburke wrote:FWIR, the Cummins uses a separate injector in the exhaust to generate the heat for the regen cycle. This method does not have the disadvantge of forming unburned fuel in the combustion chamber. So I wouldn't expect any problems with an SVO conversion on this engine.

I think thats only on the larger Cummins, not the pickups. People with the pickups are reporting lube oil contamination problems just like most starting in 2007 with a DPF.
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