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Location: Albuquerque, NM
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OK, I'm sold. A couple of questions - Do you drive by the pyro reading, I mean when it hits a certain point, do you back off the throttle? Or do you just drive it and to heck with it?
I ask this because I have a trailer that is about #13000 and I'm skeptical that I can pull it up a hill at 70MPH with my Ford without beating the engine up. People do it because in my Dodge, I was always being passed by Fords and Chevys towing similar trailers. I was driving by the pyrometer.
I don't think I like that pod they sell, it looks like it sits on top of the dash or something. I was thinking more like velcro to an empty space on the dash. I don't want it sitting in the direct sun, it gets pretty hot in summer where I live.
**** 2010 F-350 XL SD SRW 6.4L - Completely Stock ****