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Old 11-29-2012, 12:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Okay Frank, I followed hood warmer version #1. Cardboard installed tonight!

Side note: for a long time I did not fully understand why you told me I needed to enter a fuel log. So, after catching up on two years of data tonight (ouch), I can see if I was entering after each tank, I'd know when I had a really good one...and would remember what I did to achieve it. 2 years later, I have no idea. Sigh.


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Old 11-29-2012, 12:52 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Good! Let us know what you think of the effectiveness of it.

P.S. First one I ever made was cardboard on the F150. It was 2-piece, simply due to lack of a big enough piece of cardboard, but they overlapped quite a bit and it was nice to only have to disturb one piece to check oil, etc.

I've never had temp sensors or conducted any testing with thermometers; you'd sure think the foil/foam would be far better but I can't quantify that. Either one is better than nothing.

Next step, I suppose, is to weatherstrip the hood perimeter.
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Hey Frank Lee. Any chance you could find your old pictures and host them on EM? I'm looking to add this thread to the 65+ mods list and pictures really are helpful.
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iput a dollar bill over the back of your hand tightly, then light a match and let it sit there.
Wasn't that a scene in Fight Club?

Your Photobucket pix are unviewable on this system, at this time in this location, so I'll have to use my imagination.

It wouldn't help my Dasher. When the engine would be shut down, the fan would just run longer until it was (would be?) happy.

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