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"Yeah that's because the chilly fuel flowing into the engine cools it down"
I hope you are joking. Over rich mixture lowers the combustion temperatures... in turn lowers engines running temp.
Cool fuel interning the intake manifold goes straight to the
combustion chamber. Has no effect on eng. operating temp.
the fuel is really not cool..After compressed by the high
pressure injection pump. The fuel then has a steady very warn
temp. this constant temp aids in making the fuel mixture
settings. care when making this adjustment..Getting it wrong
can and will do some $$$ damage
Methink JJJ and Richard stick to playing with your
The Badman, Jose