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Old 12-04-2019, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Zeb View Post
Idling, low rpm driving, etc keep heat much lower in the combustion and exhaust level which increases soot loading.

Soot loading contributes to more frequent regens, lower fuel mileage, and shorter emissions equipment life span.
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OP,

I used to be really worried about stuff like that when I got my first PSD. But, think of what they're designed for. They need to been worked at least somewhat. You basically want to do all your maintenance at the correct intervals, remember your payment/don't beat on it from every stop light, but have fun driving it. It likes getting to and maintaining 190-210 oil temp and 1,700-2,000 RPM for extended periods of time. In fact, it needs it, precisely for what Zeb mentioned. Let it run
 

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