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    Superb reading, thanks Johan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohanJvV View Post
    Make sure your EGT gauge reads less than 400 degrees Fahrenheit before you click it off.
    that is about 205 degrees Celcius.
    it has to pointed out that the EGT may drop quickly down to 200 degrees but latent heat stored in the turbo could see the turbo casing still hovering at 350 degrees
    when in doubt, idle 30 seconds longer or slow down 1 minute earlier.

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