Re: Engine warm up
Sir, I'm not going to sit here and debate this issue with you. I believe I made my position very clear in post #12 above. If you feel that what you are doing is the correct way and it has worked for you then it is the right way, for you. Allow others to do what works for them.
Re: your PM to me, I will not argue that a piston is looser in the cylinder on a cold engine and tighter in a warm engine. That's a product of the coeffecient of expansion of the piston, the rings and the cylinder, and a fact of physics. It is one reason a warm engine runs better than a cold one. I simply don't see what it has to do with the subject of this thread.
Can we agree to disagree and let other members either add to the conversation or let it be?
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