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Mike I am wondering where I stand as far as the manufactures basline stantard?I buy fuel that is 5% biodiesel. I add 9 oz. of PS and 1 oz./ gal of the Super Tech. This is based on the 35 gallon fill. The way I got it figured is that I meet the standard and then some.We are also into the blended fuel right now and it is 20% #1 fuel.

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While your using B5 there is no need for PS or 2 Cycle Oil... BIO Diesel is very srong solvent in its own but has more lubricity that PS or 2 Cycle oil... Check out this page.. http://mopar.mopar1973man.com/cummins/general/2-cycle-oil/hfrr/hfrr.htm But the down side is BIO has less BTU's than #1 Diesel so you fuel mileage will drop slightly... http://mopar.mopar1973man.com/cummins/general/2-cycle-oil/btu/btu.htm

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Looks like I have been doing some overkill and wasting my money. The engine does seem to run quieter with the 2 cycle. I noticed that Duluth Diesel runs a cocktail also and I believe he stated that he also buys B5. Oh well.By the way how are you doing with your jar testing with the samples that Chuck sent you?

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