Thought - run diesel fuel - it's what your car was designed for.Which additive is best for improving lubricity? I'm not concerned (as much) about any other properties.
Background info; I'm running Jet-A in my ALH.
Here's a graph that seems to contradict the above statement. The graph below shows that Yellow Grease, Poultry Fat, SoyBean Oil and Cotton Seed Oil based blends at the B2 level yield about the same lubricity benefits. I have yet to see any studies where the lubricity of "non-based SBO" feedstock is a crap shoot and that SBO is the only feedstock that increases lubricity."I don't know if it is old news or not, but for those of you who are using biodiesel for lubricity, please read this. The important paragraph is the last one before "Let's Review", which states that only soy base biodiesel is shown to increase lubricity. Any non-soy based biodiesel is a crap shoot without additives, which need to be added at the distribution site.
I would like to take credit for this link, but can't, as oxford_guy provided it in another thread.
Tim: what's the sulfur content of Jet A? Do you know?