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Old 04-12-2021, 06:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello from Alberta, Canada

I just became a member today.

I am a micro-manufacturer of an extreme quality serviceable engine thermostat assembly for the V.M. Motori R425 and R428 engines; most commonly found in the KJ Jeep Liberty/Cherokee vehicles in markets around the world.

My product is called the Hot Diesel Solutions Model 001 engine thermostat assembly. The Model 001 optimizes engine operating temperatures for maximum fuel economy, power production and long engine life. I have a 100% customer satisfaction rate.

I am looking to repeat the success of my product with other diesel engines, starting with the V.M. Motori RA428 engine found in several types of vehicles, but most commonly in the Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon pickup trucks here in North America.

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Old 04-12-2021, 08:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I guess you already know the current VM Motori engine is still basically an updated version of the OHV ones, which by the way are still manufactured for stationary/industrial and marine applications. So, I suppose it might not be rocket-science to expand the suitability of your device to the newer engines.
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I guess you already know the current VM Motori engine is still basically an updated version of the OHV ones, which by the way are still manufactured for stationary/industrial and marine applications. So, I suppose it might not be rocket-science to expand the suitability of your device to the newer engines.


The science and the engineering is all the same, but it is still difficult and expensive to get a new serviceable thermostat developed that will use a suitable and commonly available thermostat valve...... If the housing and/or the location on the engine has changed, a whole new CNC Machining program needs to be developed.
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IIRC the service manuals are not so hard to find online, covering enough of the assembly and disassembly of the engine to figure out if any actual design change is needed.

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