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Discussion in 'The Distillery' started by Klaus, Oct 18, 2020.
Its 27 degrees out and I have to move my shelby. Fer would not start last time. Any pro tips?
If you are having trouble starting when it's cold have your tuner revise your tune. Usually the crank lambda needs adjusted (more fuel during cranking).... Sometimes other parameters need adjusted. Mine started right up the other morning in 40 degrees. It's all in the tune.
I’ll give you a freebie
Grab a can of starting fluid and hit the air filter
She’ll light right off with a turn of the key
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Have the tuner add more fuel. Lol
Turning car on, waiting about 10 seconds, then cranking it works for me. Only have to do that with the korn, turns right on when on 91.
This is great advice....I have many gas-powered tools around the house and a can of starter fluid can really help with that first start of the season.
It works and works well.
I have a RZR turbo that runs on e85 and sits for months on end. Son of a bitch REFUSES to start no matter the weather if it’s been sitting.
The cure is a quick hit of starting fluid and it lights right off.
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