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Old 08-30-2012, 12:38 PM
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5 kw Webasto diesel heater install.

here is some pics about my thermo top evo5+ webasto install..
i add more pics tomorrow.

welcome winter.

for those who are interested aboit it here is a link for more infomation.
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I live in a warm climate, but for those like you that live in a cold one, it looks like a pretty cool little gadget!

Congrats, winter is going to be better for you, I'm sure.
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Man... I'm jealous, I'd love to put one of those on the truck! Maybe the old girl will give me a break on repairs and maintenance and I can save some cash for one...
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Whatever the heck it is......it looks cool.......and expensive.

Sent from my phone that somebody didn't help me get.
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lol... it's a heater. Good for us folk in cold climates. It'll warm the motor up quicker and better than a block heater and you don't need to plug it in!
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yes i'm very happy to finaly get one to my truck. i have installed this things to our customers cars ("people who has money") and now i got one of my own

i dont say that had any problems to start the truck last two winters with the block heater and interior heater. but needed to plug in like four hours
before start and still in -25*f /-30*F temsp the coolant temp could rise only around 30*F no mater how long you plug it on.

and warmer weathers like -15*F to 32*F get it about 60*F

but now when i try it one morning when temp was 40*F 1/2h webasto on and the coolant was 115*F

looking good i can set max time to 2h if i need so i belive when temp drops realy low i can still see more than 60*F coolant when i start the truck.

it was little electric puzzle to find a way to activate only the automatic climate control panel with remote control device what control the webasto what turns on the relay what controls tha blower motor and so on.... but i made it and it works like a charm
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Man, I can't imagine getting into my truck at -25!

It will be great for you to get into a toasty truck, with the windows already clear.
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-25 isn't too bad. It's -30 and colder that starts to get tough!


Sent from some piece of advanced technology that I don't understand!
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