I turned the idle adjustment screw in a half turn and fired up the engine. It was still idling fairly low, so I continued turning it in until it was idling around 1500 rpm and let it warm up. After it was warm, I started turning the idle down until the Idle Air Control (IAC) was between 3-10. Unfortunately, I blew the lower radiator hose out of the rubber tubing connecting it to the radiator and dumped the coolant. I really dislike the corrugated hose from FFR; I’m going to replace it with some rigid tubing from Breeze Automotive.