Re: Problem of flow
the above post made some excellent points, here are a couple more...
also you will want to check to make sure air isn't being sucked into the wvo fuel lines through a loose fitting etc.
have you checked to see if yoru wvo is actually flowing to the engine? an easy check would be to remove the stock fuel filter, then turn on the aux wvo pump and see if veggie oil pours out of the filer housing. The best place to check would be to disconnect the fuel line where it enters the injector pump (technically the lifter pump built into the ip....assuming you have an inline bosh pump)
Another option is that your fuel filter could be plugged.
do you have a return line on your wvo? it could be that air is trapped in the system. Did you do that crazy thing where they re-route the return line into the fuel line?
what engine and injector pump do you have? did you do any testing to see what temperature your oil is when it gets to the engine? wrapping oil line around the exhaust could make oil way too hot, or it could be too cold. i think exhaust is a poor method to heat wvo because it i unregulated. It could be 1,000 degrees when your pulling a long grade.
an engine only needs 3 things to run....fuel, air, compression. your engine has air and compression i assume, so it's gotta be a fuel problem.
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