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RE: Ford V10 - 5 Star Tuning

We have a 5 Star on our 2005 Itasca with the V10 also. Gave us about 1 MPG increase in mileage and slightly more power/torque. Really helped the shifting and climbing. Well worth it in this year. Dave
harley-dave 01/20/22 07:34am Tech Issues
RE: class c with v10

ya, my 2005 31' C gets 8 - 8 1/2 on level roads at 65 mph, and loses about 1/2 mpg towing the toad. I installed a 5 Star tuner which helped the mileage and shifting on the mountains/hills. Dave
harley-dave 11/05/21 07:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Valve extenders

Popular stems https://yourtireshopsupply.com/product/274/dl1e-brass-duallyvalve-dl1e +1, they work great and last well. No leaks and support my TPMS sensors perfectly. I had the brass valves put on my toad also for the same reason. Dave
harley-dave 11/05/21 07:39am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Motorcycle trailer for Class C

I used an Aluma MC10 motorcycle trailer for years. Not as easy to store as a Kendon (which I also had) but much easier to load/unload with its built in ramp. Dave
harley-dave 11/03/21 07:42am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Supplemental Braking Systems

We use a Demco Stay-in-Play Duo system Here on our toad. Dave
harley-dave 07/21/21 06:53am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Seeking refrigerator tips... in AZ and heat is hampering...

I have two 12V computer fans blowing air upward in the back of the fridge. They are mounted about half way up the back of the flue. Getting the heat to rise out of the flue is the key. X2 This is what we did also. Also keep the refer at maximum cold (9) setting, cool inside the coach, shade the vents outside the RV and don't open the refer as much as possible. Dave
harley-dave 06/18/21 06:35am Tech Issues
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