Originally Posted by grpweld
" you are prolly going to like the 20* & 10* settings better than the 30* in those temps, unless I'm having a brain fart"
Hmm... I always thought that the hotter it gets, the 30* setting would be better. Doesn't one need to reduce the ECU temp reading more to provide the richer mixture we want to achieve? I would think the it would be more beneficial to use the 10* setting for the milder NorthAm weather (using the 30* would provide a way too rich mixture).
Poolside -- can you chime in on this please? Thanks.