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i have a large baler, with a 40-50 gal tank, temps are at 40 degrees here and its very sluggish on 45 wt oil. runs good in the summer but its draggin butt in the morning. i really dont want to change the oil.. i probably need 5000 watts, cheaper to buy thinner oil i guess
take to a tuner and have him tune the transmission and do a before and after data scan. GM's new transmission hardware is great, it's the software that is the problem, its great for sipping fuel and good mpg, but long term durability is lacking you'll be lucky to make 100,000 miles stock tune , a reliable trans tune will cure the problems your having to experience with vibes and a lugging motor. dont forget to do the trans re-learn after the tune or a flush.. many owners before you lost thier minds chasing vibrations, by replacing everything that spins on these trucks, only t
i think this design originated back in the 1900's for getting clouds to dissapate or drop out rain . i'm impressed by his full scale design, would like to see it scaled up even larger and used on tornados for experimentation with weather control https://lbry.tv/@ErwachenMitMarcus:c/Vortex-Cannon---Full-TV-item:d
here in LA we're already at $4/gal this week atleast. meanwhile out in the port of LA they got petroleum ships lined out to sea by the dozen. i cant see why covid should cause such congestion to unload. meanwhile the Chinese now have a nice 4 door EV sedan, they claim to they can produce 1 car every 60 seconds, so they will flog us with the cheapo ev's, for $20,000 usd and gets 450km/charge.. how much is power going to cost us when these POS's arrive and we start consuming more energy in a different form,
i keep getting the tsb post cards mailed to me..what did GM come up with for a fix on this, and is it noticable on brake pedal feel before and after? the biggest improvement to brake pedal effort i found was disabling the TCC lock in 1-3rd gear, this was the biggest gain in terms of brake pedal effort. in stock config, the engine is always pushing against the transmission durring normal/panic stops because the TCC is not disconnecting durring decelleration. very dangerous design for GM engineers to not see this!
check and see if the fans are always running or off. previous owner might have a tune installed on it and this is screwing up the fan operation, the fans also go into failsafe on always, when the thermostat is stuck open too.
some interesting data that's not being released by the media https://prezi.com/i/gw4zv2c_cwrb/anecdotal-experiences-cvv/ https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/jan/16/norway-warns-possible-covid-19-vaccine-risks-frail/
flyingfool replied to RyanbabZ71's topic in Garage & Home, Snow Plowing, Landscaping, & Lawn Careblackberry bushes have thorns, and fruits in summer, they handle the freezing weather up in vancouver and europe
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try using manual gear mode, select the best gear for the situation. dont use the last gear as this usually activates DoD and might contribute to hesitation, and clunks, so 8spd drive in 7th gear and feel it out
before i started tuning the trucks PE and TCC lock up points, i use to get 15mpg on premium in city, tested with 87 i loss 2 MPG so 13 mpg on ****** gas in city driving. if there we'rnt so many traffic lights in the city i could get easily 18 MPG on premium in v4 mode cruising at 35 mph i did manage 35mpg in v4 mode doing 65mph on a flat 60 mile drive no headwinds. after tuning the trucks transmission and enabling PE i get about 11-12 mpg on 91, buts it's more fun to drive now!
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