Prinns 6.0 liter vortec in extreme cold weather

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Dan350
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Prinns 6.0 liter vortec in extreme cold weather

Post by Dan350 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:53 am

Hi Friends, Ijust wanted to let you know that up here in Quebec we have had a very cold winter, especially mid-december to mid-january where overnight temperatures were below -30c almost every night. I used my truck a lot during this period clocking 6000KMs always keeping a 3/4 tank of gasoline expecting the propane system to shut down due to low tank pressure. But it never did shut down, I was quite surprised. Of course the warm up period in the morning was longer but other than that, no difference from driving in normal temperatures. Just a heads up in case any other Canadians were wondering about this.

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Re: Prinns 6.0 liter vortec in extreme cold weather

Post by kikkegek » Thu Apr 19, 2018 4:44 pm

cool news. is that a liquid injection system or a vapor injection system from Prins? any more info on it?
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Re: Prinns 6.0 liter vortec in extreme cold weather

Post by Dan350 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:02 pm

It is a vapor injected system. For more info check out my other posts.

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