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Max: 8C, min: -3C | TOMORROW: A cold start with frost will lead into a dry and fine day, with the sunshine tempered by the cold breeze.
Judged by price, weight, range, performance/drivability, cold start, static display and noise level, UAF's sled earned the top spot after the weeklong competition.
THE US questioned India's ability and willingness to implement Cold Start -- a military option that makes rapid and limited penetration into Pakistani territory to quickly punish it over some event -- "even after an attack as audacious and bloody as the Mumbai attack.
Note that timing is retarded during a cold start when no load is applied.
announced today that they are exhibiting a cold start system for the commercial truck market at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Kentucky on March 22nd and 23rd.
They reach 90% of full operating temperature within three seconds of a cold start.
It has a special mounting method to protect the cylinder seals from the head's heat, as well as a new hydraulic safety function to prevent damage to the flexible die ring on accidental cold starts and a proportional push-out mechanism to improve machine efficiency.
The VDB circuit breakers affected are CB13 (50-amp cold start switch), CB 14 (105-amp power unit access door switch), and CB20 (105-amp rear ramp switch).