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Old 01-14-2013, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by SFbay View Post
That's nice, but what matters is lower hose temp: if it stays at 65-70 when idling, it's good enough.
Here is what we need:
I saw similar design in Subaru, but would be nice to check whole bunch of tstats if smbdy works at parts store.
Bc aluminum housing is quite expensive to manufacture, all we need is this element.
My lower hose temp will drop at idle, but when any load is applied to the car it jumps right back up.. I haven't watched the INPA longer than the first 15 minutes or so of a run, so the lower hose may climb temp once running for a while, but when temp gets near 105 the lower hose temp will climb even when at idle.
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