I have a question for the big HP guys.
All of us probably started out with gas engines and we know the limitations of pump gas. Some of us have built high-compression engines using very high octane fuel. All old hat.
What if, as diesel tuners, you were presented with 70 cetane fuel instead of the 40-45 cetane stuff we run today? What would you change on the engine to take advantage of high cetane?
A diesel running 70 cetane fuel ought to start easily.
Would you retard injection timing?
Iíve never been confronted such a product but it could be just over the horizon (Fischer-Tropsch diesel).
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