Right, they operate by holding back fuel so if you're jetted to be safe at -20 they hold back fuel when it's warmer than that. If you're jetted to be safe at 0 there is no way it can make it safe at -10 by HOLDING BACK fuel.skidooboy said:the respect i speak of is. if you dont pay attention and lean it down with jets and then expect the tempaflow to protect you when it is cold, you will be sorry. the unit can only give as much fuel as the jetting will allow and no more you starve it for fuel and it is your fault not the tempaflows.
yesso say you are jetted for -30(real safe setting), do you still have to worry about underhood temps effecting the mixture and squeaking a piston? will the sled with tempaflow still perform the same at 10 degrees if the jetting in the sled is set for -30 compared to being set for -10?