-21 degrees celcius. cold start of 24 valve dodge cummins. Not plugged in, and regular 15W40 oil. takes a while but eventual goes!! Just tried it out of curiosity not plugging it in to see how it would go.
Cold Start Cummins 5* below
24v cummins sled puller. Custom ground haisley cam, 200 hp ddp injectors
64/71/14 turbo, port and polished head,
fly cut pistons, quadzilla adrenaline stacked with a smarty.
Dodge Cummins cold start -29c
05 Cummins very cold start, never been plugged in. Out side temp. -29c
which is -20 fahrenheit.
Truck has 4" cat back MBRP Exhaust
and an AEM cold air intake.
Real diesels dont need to be plugged in
After 4 Month Cold Crank...
Not what I expected... So much SMOKE!!!
Hi, CORVAIRWILD here. A little about me and what I do: First, I love my
wife of many years, she is a wonderful lady. I call her Mrs CW. I can never
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like him too. Next, I am a landlord, NO, not a slumlord who does section 8
apartment rentals, but I keep my properties up like they were my own...they
are my own! Like I live there. I have lots of apartment buildings, a farm
out in the country and a house here and there. I am always doing something,
driving rehabbing, you name it! I want to include you, so I bring my
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Did I mention I am a car enthusiast! I can't get enough Covairs and Vintage
Chevy and GMC trucks. They have great reliability...all of em' the best
vehicle on the road ever is a Corvair Spider turbo. Back to the trucks, I love the diesel
trucks and suburbans, Blazers too. That's what I plow snow with. A fisher
snow plow. I'm a busy guy, but I make time for you. Thanks! CW