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Re: converting 301 diesel to gas
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I have never heard of such a thing, and I have no idea why anyone would want to do that except as a personal challenge.
If you read about it, find where you read about it, find who wrote about it, and ask them. They either know how/why it was done, or who did it. Once you find out who did the conversion you can pick their brain if they're willing to share.
Converting a diesel engine to burn gasoline is not commonly done. You'd have to be a pretty brilliant machinist to do it, with all the right tools and equipment, lots of time, and be completely bored out of your mind.
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