Join Date: Oct 2009
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I find it easy enough, and certainly cheaper, just to make it a habit to watch my egt gauge each and every time I turn my truck off. I just let it get below 300 degrees and turn it off. Most of the time during normal driving, my truck is at or below 300 degrees by the time I get pulled into my parking spot and double check to make sure it's in gear so it doesn't roll away.
My truck is a 7.3, though, maybe the 6.0s take longer to cool down?
87 f250 4wd LB ex cab 460 bored .60 edelbrock intake, towing cam glasspacks-6 mpg 8 on good day- my pride & joy once towed my '85 j-co j-crane 28' 5er
99 F250 7.3(engine stamped june of '99) 250K white ex cab lb, 2wd
jl audio slash 4ch amp, jl 8" sub, focal components front, infinity coax rear, 10 disc changer
-tymar intake, no muff
-bullydog egt, autometer boost
-f5 chip w/80t, 80e, 60t, 100, 140 extreme(140 is amazing!)
Chrome fender trim, 265 nitto terra graps, nerf bars, billet grille, '06 headlights, chrome door handles, louvered 5er tailgate