Hey, you might want to get that cough checked out, it sounds like you got a tator stuck in your throat.Buckeye Viper said:I have the roe 180 degree and at speed it keeps it well below the lower of the three middle lines. Well worth it for the $ I think, just make sure you buy the three gaskets from a dealership *cough* tator *cough*.
Mak...you're getting sloppy here. The 180 degree therm works within the engine's cooling system ONLY. It is designed to open, thereby allowing full water flow through the engine's cooling system when the water in that system reaches 180 degrees, as opposed to opening at a higher temperature. I sincerely doubt there would be any noticeable change in the car interior's temperature as a direct result of a change in the engine thermostat. At idle (or low rpm) even the low temp thermostat will not affect the engine's operating temp as the volume of water flowing through the cooling system system (even with the thermostat wide open) is insufficient to cool the engine below say around 210-220 degrees.Makaha said:does it cool the cockpit...How does it actually work?
Sorry Mak! I just thought the answer to your question was a bit obvious. Guess my pompous side won out for a moment. Keep asking! :thumb:Makaha said:citysnake,
I didn't know if allowing an engine to run a bit cooler could affect cockpit...I don't understand the "you're getting sloppy" statement, but whatever. I guess I don't understand everything, that's why I ask.