Re: [DML] Re: why does cold engine rev?
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Re: [DML] Re: why does cold engine rev?

It's hooked to the pontoon, with a "valve" in the middle of that hose to 
attach a hose to the hot air stove, just like it says in the manual. In 
other words, it's the stock setup minus a take-off pipe to the hot-air 

So do you suggest that I remove that take-off valve, ignore the hot-air 
stove, and replace the paper-esque two-piece duct that is there now with 
a continuous duct between the air breather housing and the pontoon 
attachment? How would such a modification affect driving in cool weather 
-- e.g. 40-50°F?

Farrar Hudkins

David Teitelbaum wrote:
> I stand corrected, yes I meant D:07:01. Consider it a dyslexic typo! I
> recomend you hook up something to get the air from the pontoon so you
> can draw in outside air higher off the ground. Less dirt and cooler.
> Actually inside the pontoon there is a duct that goes up to the
> plastic grill on the outside of the car.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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