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Old 11-12-2004, 01:09   #1 (permalink)
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I HAVE OVERHEATING PROBLEMS,351 C TURBO INTERCOOLER IT GETS HOT AT IDLE.I HAVE A JOHN BENNET WP,4 CORE HZ RAD,16 INCH ICE FAN .NO ENGINE FAN PLEASE HELP?
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Old 11-12-2004, 03:41   #2 (permalink)
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which side of radiator is thermo fan on ??? if its on the front put ur engine fan back on and make sure u dont forget the shroud, amazing how much difference the fan shroud makes
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which side of radiator is thermo fan on ??? if its on the front put ur engine fan back on and make sure u dont forget the shroud, amazing how much difference the fan shroud makes
IT IS ALMOST CENTRAL THE THERMO FAN,IT IS ON THE INSIDE OF THE BAY SUCKING AIR TOWARDS MOTOR,I HAVE A SINGLE TURBO AND CANT HAVE A ENG FAN BECAUSE ALL MY CROSS OVER PIPES FROM L TO R BANKS R AT THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE ,I HAVE A SET OF AU FANS IM JUST TRYING TO FIT THEM IN THERE ISNT MUCH ROOM MATE AND IN BETWEEN THE COOLER AND RAD ISNT MUCH ROOM THERE IS ONLY ABOUT 4CM TOPS.IVE BEEN TOLD TO GO ALLOY BUT ITS BIG BUCKS AND IF IT DOESNT WORK I WILL SPEW,THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY MATE CHEERS
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do you have a shroud at all?
Also, please type in lower case. Upper case is harder to read and is considered shouting .. thanks
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E.L fans are quite abit bigger/ widder than A.U may work better ??
Is i/c covering all front of radiator..Alloy rads have dropped in price, have you looked around?...

Some pics would be nice.....
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Re: Over Heating

Have a geez through the other overheating thread posted by neeek.

Are you running coolant?

What cap are you running?

Does it cool down with movement, ie travelling?

What fuel system are you running?

Is it running lean at idle?

What are underbonnet temps like?

What is all this in?
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do you have a shroud at all?
Also, please type in lower case. Upper case is harder to read and is considered shouting .. thanks
i do have a shroud it is a 16inch ice fan electric
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E.L fans are quite abit bigger/ widder than A.U may work better ??
Is i/c covering all front of radiator..Alloy rads have dropped in price, have you looked around?...

Some pics would be nice.....
i wil check that out mate the difference in the au to el fans thanks,the inter cooler is covering all of rad,i havent looked around as yet for a alloy rad the prices scare me.i will work on the pics cheers
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Have a geez through the other overheating thread posted by neeek.

Are you running coolant?

What cap are you running?

Does it cool down with movement, ie travelling?

What fuel system are you running?

Is it running lean at idle?

What are underbonnet temps like?

What is all this in?
i am running some shit called 40 below and coolant what it requires it is from vpw speed shop

my cap is 15psi

it cools down when moving ,constant travelling

micro tech ,synergy 8000 prem unleaded mobil

mixtures are fine,timing etc

under bonnet temps are hot i have got 2 vents in bonnet ,and raised at rear of bonnet very hot under there i think the engine is getting microwaved
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i am running some shit called 40 below and coolant what it requires it is from vpw speed shop

my cap is 15psi

it cools down when moving ,constant travelling

micro tech ,synergy 8000 prem unleaded mobil

mixtures are fine,timing etc

under bonnet temps are hot i have got 2 vents in bonnet ,and raised at rear of bonnet very hot under there i think the engine is getting microwaved
it is in a xr 67
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