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Lol thanks guys, i think ill siphon as my mechanic friend had suggested as well.

You really need to learn how to stay on topic.

Do you have any helpful input on the butter or the pepper subject?


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My wife did the same thing to my truck, no need to siphon the tank.

Just drive it normal and stay out of boost. Thats exactly what I did and 25k miles, everything is still fine

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On the positive side, at least he didn't put diesel in it
That actually isn't as bad as you think. Diesel is much more resistant to pre-detonation and has more BTUs per gallon then gasoline, as long as you don't overdo it. A buddy of mine accidentally topped off the tank on his 84 F250 with diesel one day at the shop and it ran really good, better mileage then ever, found about 3 gallons of diesel per tank when filling up from empty gave him the best bang. Though I wouldn't recommend it on a more modern vehicle with fuel injection or emissions equipment or a body that is less than 60% rust.

Now gas in a diesel that is another story of woe altogether.
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Lol thanks guys, i think ill siphon as my mechanic friend had suggested as well.

You really need to learn how to stay on topic.

Do you have any helpful input on the butter or the pepper subject?
butter with some fresh cracked pepper is the only way to go!


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My wife did the same thing to my truck, no need to siphon the tank.
Just drive it normal and stay out of boost. Thats exactly what I did and 25k miles, everything is still fine
Ok i hope so. Appreciate it.
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I recommend BORSARI, it goes well on ribeye steak.


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That actually isn't as bad as you think. Diesel is much more resistant to pre-detonation and has more BTUs per gallon then gasoline, as long as you don't overdo it. A buddy of mine accidentally topped off the tank on his 84 F250 with diesel one day at the shop and it ran really good, better mileage then ever, found about 3 gallons of diesel per tank when filling up from empty gave him the best bang. Though I wouldn't recommend it on a more modern vehicle with fuel injection or emissions equipment or a body that is less than 60% rust.

Now gas in a diesel that is another story of woe altogether.
Diesel itself has a fair amount of lubricant qualities...

Mixing it in fuel is about the same as some people who run Marvel Mystery Oil in their fuel. Some people even add a small bottle of 2 cycle oil to their tank.

I think there was even a thread on here at one point about it.


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How much 87 fuel was added? A 32 ounce can of Torco will bring 20 gallons of 87 up to 92. There are a few other decent brands(octane booster) out there, but most are junk. NOS Racing Formula can be found at Walmart and 2 ounces per gallon will bring 87 up to around 91.6. Stay out of the boost and avoid loading the motor(towing/hauling) if you plan on running it out. I wouldnt as my motor is worth more to me than a couple of bottles from Walmart to keep it safe.

Back on topic...a dollop of butter melted on a freshly grilled steak seasoned with cracked black pepper and served with sauted mushrooms would be my first choice...


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You really need to learn how to stay on topic.

Do you have any helpful input on the butter or the pepper subject?
I'm for real butter, cracked black pepper, and Himalayan pink salt - not that white crap that's bleached with chemicals and drives up your blood pressure.

BTW - I'm for siphoning from the truck to another car in the driveway, then pour in 5gal of premium, then go fill up.
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Siphoning in progress, cant use a regular size tubing because of the screen before the tank. Father in law took care of it pretty quickly
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Diesel itself has a fair amount of lubricant qualities....
True that. I come from a family of HD mechanics (though I decided to pull wrenches in a mine/factory instead). The older stuff around here had up to 80% of the fuel pumped back into the tank, mostly for pump lubrication and injector cooling. The modern stuff returns much less, due to coolant passages in the injectors, but uses the fuel to cool the ECU between the aftercooler and the tank. The lubrication properties is the reason a multi fuel engine can't run on straight gas alone, you need to dump in some engine oil.

Now to the real topic here. Neither on a grill, butter in a pan, bit of cracked pepper and kosher salt and REST. Everyone likes to sit quietly after getting grilled. Margarine is fine on sandwiches and turkey burgers take mayonnaise and tabasco.
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The truck is always under boost when the throttle plate is open. Drain most of it, top off with 93. No question.

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For peace of mind, draining the tank is probably best. I made this mistake once on my supercharged Tundra but it wasn't a full tank. It was about 50/50 regular and premium. I decided to just stay out of boost the whole tank which took some willpower of course. All is good now.


Oh, and I prefer the squeezable parkay margarine. The kind that come in blue bottle with yellow cap.

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How much 87 fuel was added? A 32 ounce can of Torco will bring 20 gallons of 87 up to 92. There are a few other decent brands(octane booster) out there, but most are junk. NOS Racing Formula can be found at Walmart and 2 ounces per gallon will bring 87 up to around 91.6. Stay out of the boost and avoid loading the motor(towing/hauling) if you plan on running it out. I wouldnt as my motor is worth more to me than a couple of bottles from Walmart to keep it safe.

Back on topic...a dollop of butter melted on a freshly grilled steak seasoned with cracked black pepper and served with sauted mushrooms would be my first choice...



+1 on both counts.

My $10,000 rebuilt small block would not run on 91, so a can of octane booster did the trick for each refill.That's why it's made! Any racer will verify. Call your local speed shop to talk to the guys that know!

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