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Colorado: anyone up for a run soon?

Discussion in 'Colorado Explorer Contingent' started by 2TimingTom, October 15, 2015.

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      It's auto. Which could explain part of this issue.

      I also plugged the octane shorting bar in today. It's been unplugged for who knows how long. I'm hoping that'll help a bit
       
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      So did it help any? We didn't end up getting out at all last weekend, even as with as fun as the snow looked.
       
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      It seems to have helped. It definitely has more power compared to it being unplugged. Still waiting for a warm day to see if the engine will run cooler with it plugged in.
       

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