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Old 12-19-2016, 08:11 PM   #84 (permalink)
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Down here in Australia a grill block would only be useful to assist with warming up slightly faster, the investment of time and money into it would never be recouped in the slightly improved warm up times.
I ran a pretty aggressive grill block (~70%) on my Kangoo year round, even with 2.3-2.4 tons for that 1.6, it still beat NEDC by some margin. Grill blocks are about aero, not just warm up.
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