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Posted 04-27-2015 08:20 PM
But some don't read bottles(local that will remain nameless )and can't believe how expensive water wetter is when it takes 20+ bottles to fill the radiator!
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Posted 04-27-2015 10:25 PM
My water temp sensor is right next to the thermostat, similar location to where the stock fan sensor is.
And lol I know there is a chart, but the BTM guys had to use some of my bottle at T-Hill, and I just dumped the rest in there knowing that it was less than the amount I was supposed to. That being said, I didn't want my temps to drop by 20 degrees, so it seemed to work out perfectly and only dropped them 5-10!
Posted 04-29-2015 12:45 PM
Colder than 195* results in lost power??
If anything it is marginal, but this is a spec series so marginal gains are everything :]
Next month I am going to a track where I will be drafting for 60 seconds each lap, and as a result I am going to put in my lower temp thermostat, and more Redline Water Wetter, to account for that. If I find myself out of the draft, then I may lose a tiny bit of power running at 175-180 degrees, but nowhere near as much as I would lose if the car was heatsoaking and pulling timing at 220 degrees.
Posted 05-05-2015 04:12 PM
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