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Unread 7th March 2015, 06:09 PM
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will be the same As i currently use.
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First trip towing with the Fozz.
Does it nice and easy as expected.
Seems to like to sit at about 2100rpm for optimum boost response or pulling up hills
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Gidday Rob

Glad to hear that you are happy with it, mate.

With two adults and my trailer pretty fully loaded, Roo2 seems pretty happy under all circumstances from around 1200 onwards.

I think that the DOHCs of the turbo slow it down a bit at very low revs. More than makes up for it after 2000 rpm, I suspect ... .
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