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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Tipton, Iowa
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IMO even if you plug it in, I'd still let it warm up for a few minutes prior to driving it. Gives all the fluids a chance to circulate and warm up. Yes, you will burn fuel to do this, but its just a fact of life. You can't have it both ways. In the winter, everything gets less mpg... I'd rather burn a couple extra gallons every week than cause premature wear to my drivetrain. The fact that you plug it in helps, you'd have to warm it up longer if you didn't.
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'06 True Blue/Silver 250 crew cab
ARP's, EGR blocked
AFE stg.2, MBRP 4" pipe
Air Dog 150, ITP reg. return
Bulletproof oil bypass system
Ride rite air springs in the rear
EGT, boost, and fuel pressure gauges by DiProcol on the pillar
Plus a few other odds and ends...