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Old Yesterday, 07:22 PM
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5 miles or so. It should running better than this. Has a miss and threw a cel again today. I did several full throttle runs.
Five miles of 1/4 runs, or driving around? Lol.
A good load will clear the air in five miles. Just driving, not so much.
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With the pressure I was seeing, and a couple "all out" setting, there should not be the cel keep coming back.
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