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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 01-25-2016, 06:29 AM
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Sounds like pretty typical operating temps.
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The stat will ultimately regulate the temps at low load...

The pressurized system with swirling raises the boiling temp more than factory and removes air from the coolant better than factory (to put it simply), which all will help improve the transfer of heat from the engine to the coolant and from the coolant to radiator. None of that will really change the temp you see on the gauge around town. It will transfer more heat to the coolant so depending on the radiator capacity, you may actually see higher water temps on the track. This is fine, but means that you could do with a radiator with more capacity... doesn't mean you NEED a that however... Regardless, you will have more detonation resistance with our system than without.

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Maybe I should add one of these to my next order from BOE. Been thinking about it 4 awhile. Phil, plz stop making so many good products. @ this rate I am never going to finish upgrading the car!

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