Thanks Wayne, I have already read that information and it all makes sense.
My donor vehicle is a 2007 Ford F-150 King Ranch four-wheel drive with a 5.4 l V8
I plan on installing a lift kit and larger tires and also steeper gears to help with low end power while on wood gas.
This will be an around town truck and a Woods truck going back to my camp.
I’m also aware of the OBD2 challenges involved but have a good friend with a Dyno and computer programmer that I am sure we can overcome the challenges with a computer programmer similar to the E85 conversion programmers that can change the computer parameters with the flip of a switch.
The main problem I see so far following Gary 04 Ranger build is the long-term storage of operating parameters in the ECM after the vehicle is running in a lean condition from the woodgas.
I have every intention of cracking the OBD2 challenges and opening up the field for additional donor vehicles.
This is all I will think about for the next 3 weeks it will read every article I can find and video I can watch.
If you have any more recommendations please feel free to make them as I am like a sponge absorbing this information