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TJ2

Joined: 01/06/2010 13:18:40
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I put the TCM in on Saturday. I drive North Ogden Pass both ways about four times a week. I live at about 4300 ft so I'm gaining a little over 2000 ft in about a little over two miles. I can now climb it at 1500 to 1700 rpm. No shudder. I will be very surprised if I don't get better around town fuel mileage. I'm simply driving the same routes at a slower rpm.

This is a bicycle map showing the elevation:
http://cyclepass.com/dp_put_North_Ogden_Pass_psum2/profile.html

You don't drive this in the summer with a bad fan clutch. You get about half way up and the temp guage pegs out.
 
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