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Old 11-05-2012, 06:01 AM
7pilot 7pilot is offline
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Originally Posted by downhiller View Post
a bad hg is a bad hg. the only difference between a normally operated engine verses the same one being raced, is its at higher rpms more often. however, its still within the manufacture specs on combustion pressure. so if a hg is leaking while racing, its gunna leak driving around on the streets as soon as it gets to op temp.

theres 2 main ways a hg can fail, which either leaks all the time, or only leaks when the cooling system gets to pressure. not if your driving down the street vs racing.
I only offer suggestions based on experience.
Yours appears to be limited.
A casual "slap a couple of fans on it" is not much help, is it?
Read up a little more on the effect of rising temps on dissimilar materials that are bolted together.

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Last edited by 7pilot; 11-05-2012 at 06:03 AM.
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