100 degree weather and nitro
My truck is overheating pretty fast today, after 5 mins I have to rev the throttle to keep it alive.
Would this have anything to do with the nice 100+ temp here? It does normally run hot and start to vaporlock but thats after 3/4 tank has run through, not 5 mins in.
Should I just not run it when it's this hot, or do I need to run it more lean/rich?
On a side note, city dumped the hydrant by my house leaving a 4" deep puddle 10' long- truck goes right on top of it no problem at full speed! Although the tires come out with the friction of hockey pucks on ice....