Yes I'm at about 6000ft.
I guess that's supposed to be the point of the "maintenance cycle". I'm not sure just running the maintenance cycle is good enough, however it's there as an idiotproofing method. Jim brought up oil sludge, and another thing that can cause that is low engine temperatures. You really need to get the engine fully up to temperature (and idealy let it run for a bit at temp too) to "clear the pipes". Maybe throw in a bottle of Techron or other stabilizer if it's going to sit for awhile.PBNB wrote:I run my Rex every other day for 20 min intervals to keep the fuel moving.
This is just my take on possibly preventing fuel system issues. I am interested to hear what others are doing to keep the Rex running smoothly.
Starting it every other day is probably a bit excessive, and needlessly creates cold starts. I'd say try every week or every other week, but instead of 20 minutes, maybe 30 or 40 minutes to let things run a operating temp for a bit. This is just my 2 cents.