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Old 12-31-2006, 02:02 AM   #1
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Time to change it out before I fire it up.
Gotta take care of all the Cool. :P

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I'm going double this 11,000 GVW unit.
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Should just levae it Right There! Should keep it nice and Cool for 1 mile
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Not a bad idea Ryan.

I could put about 5 or 6 in series and trail them behind the car. After 100 they should be floating above the road so should last for more than a mile.......until I have to slow down.
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That'* about the size of the OEM cooler on my 95. Doubling it to 11k should help quite a bit.

I'm running a 28k, but it'* thermostatically (viscosity) controlled, so I'm not overcooling.
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Ahh, I see it all as preventitive maintence!
11K should work wonders for you
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That'* about the size of the OEM cooler on my 95. Doubling it to 11k should help quite a bit.

I'm running a 28k, but it'* thermostatically (viscosity) controlled, so I'm not overcooling.
he said he is going to double is already installed 11k unit.. so its gonna be 22k
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That'* about the size of the OEM cooler on my 95. Doubling it to 11k should help quite a bit.

I'm running a 28k, but it'* thermostatically (viscosity) controlled, so I'm not overcooling.
This is supposed to be the most efficient type of cooler for its size.
11" x 4 1/2" x 3/4" thick. It is 11 K.
There just isn't enough room for an 1 1/2" thick unit in a +00.

The largest 3/4" thick unit that B&M makes is 11 x 7" x 3/4" and it is 19 K.

Bill, what make and size are you running? 28 K is almost as big as they come.
I like the thermostat control because I am concerned about over cooling. We need at least 130 F for the trani oil to be functionally efficient.
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Maybe I can gang two together.


The 11K with the 19K for 30K total.

Just passing insanity. Much too much. I don't live in Oregon.
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