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Old 03-19-2017, 09:10 PM   #85 (permalink)
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Radiator Delete

It seems with modern cars, the radiator is mostly there for emergency use only.

My Fiat and Renault each have Thermostats that open at 88*C.

Typical engine temps are 78-80*C on a hot day. Hottest I've seen SG report is 88*C.

A radiator fan delete is 100% doable with stop/start- engine off when stopped, as is a downsized radiator.

Who's going to be brave enough to do a radiator delete?

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