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Old 05-23-2009, 05:47 PM   #16
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Ran it again today, put about a half gallon on it and started leaning the bottom out a little. That really helped, the powerband feels a lot smoother. This thing hauls ASS. Considering it's brand new, I was
told they are supposed to run a little hot, (240-270) is this true, or do I need
To fatten it up a little more?
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Temps should drop when its fully broken in...
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