Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Oil patch, North Dakota
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yes that seems about right, i usually drop mpg in the winter considerably with the combination of the drag from the colder temps, more idleing, and the winter blend fuel. it sucks but it is just the way it is.
Originally Posted by madpowerstroke
Try spinning a turbo with compressed air and hit it with diesel clean as you inhale at the turbo outlet, I call it a turbo bong.........that's some good stuff, makes you come up with all kinds of crazy ideas.
2010 F450 Super Duty Lariat Ultimate, 140,xxx Miles. 5" DP Back. Black Maxx. AFE Pro 5R Stage 2. ARP studs new heads and gaskets.