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Old 04-02-2008, 10:25 AM
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i saw they make a 160 degree thermostat for my 92 bonneville. is it a good idea to get this?
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I run a non-drilled 180. I think 160 may be a bit low if you don't have any mods or needs to run at 160, esp. if it'* NA.
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160 would require a custom PCM, and would be far too cold for the climate in NJ.

Go no lower than a 180, and drill one small bypass hole in it (1/16").
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