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Old 09-19-2014, 11:28 AM   #81
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now I have not read any studies,
For some it can be enlightening. For our recreational vessels a great site to read and ask questions on this issue is boatdiesel. With soot being a permitting bugaboo for over the road diesel vehicles, California's CARB diesel fuel implementation history and specs are readily available.

What engines and vintage does your vessel have Marlinmike?
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Old 09-19-2014, 11:31 AM   #82
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For some it can be enlightening. For our recreational vessels a great site to read and ask questions on this issue is boatdiesel. With soot being a permitting bugaboo for over the road diesel vehicles, California's CARB diesel fuel implementation history and specs are readily available.

What engines and vintage does your vessel have Marlinmike?
2000, Yanmar LP-STE, 2000 hours
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