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      07-04-2009, 02:16 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by KINGLEH View Post
most likely in yoru case when you say "pushed the car to the limits"... you will be around a little bit wherever your car... like at the track or autoX or something... so just pop the hood and let it idle for a minute or 2.. thats what i do...

Turbo Timer would be Dum.. and Difficult... and possibly a Disaster with factory wiring...

triple D... no good..
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Originally Posted by seven_227 View Post
Best way to let your car cool down is not to stop directly after driving your car hard, keep cruising until the temp drops, stopping and letting it idle will result in heat build up.
These suggestions should work. No need for an 'engine timer' or anything of that nature. btw, why do you turn off your car immediately after driving hard? Are you running from cops? jk
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