Sorry. By technical stuff, I was referring to terrain. Tight, rough, terrain requiring slow calculated movement. The edge of a wash, side hill climbing over and around. Being careful on the skinny pedal can make a difference.
That was my only complaint.
Many have said the shield was there to promote more even mixing of the EGR gases. Have you done anything to assist that? I limited the introduction and added an ignition enhancer.
I did not fully believe this to be the whole reason for the throttle blade deflector. It was my belief that it was there to soften the throttle response.
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