I live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada so sometimes we get cold winters 0 degree’s Fahrenheit (-32C) with lots of snow. Basically the same as northern Montana.
I posted a comment of this gasification biomass in an offroading forum and of course they laughed.
But an interesting question or comment came out of it.
If I do a conversion then will the cold weather hinder the performance? There is a startup routine, I do realize that. But I was thinking maybe piping the gas to the engine then there might be some issues with it cooling down.
So if you guys say the best trucks are the 1995 and previous for the ODB sensor. And you guys say the best power to weight ratio thats why the V8 Dakota’s and V10 (488 C.I.) Rams are the choice vehicles. The V10’s I found only come in extended cab. I was thinking a 454 crew cab 4x4 truck. Then maybe later on if I need extra power I rebuild the 454 it to a stroke which would be 496. Or a Ford 7.5L (460 ci) to a 514, 521, 532, 545, 557.