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Username Post: 292 Heat Riser Question?
2blu52 
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02-17-20 06:57 AM - Post#2786708    
    In response to Stickdude

I will make a guess here, the truck once started wisll normally run all day at full operating temperatures where the car will probably be on start stop with the result that the engine at times is operating at less than optimal temperatures. I go with the heat riser. You will get all kinds of answers here from folks that do it both ways and feel they have no problems. I go with the fact that the designers of the engine designed it with a heat riser for a reason.
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