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Username Post: heat
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Loc: Williamsburg Virginia
Reg: 06-12-09
05-29-21 12:48 PM - Post#2820776    
    In response to drtyler

A few weeks ago I mentioned the problem with my car running very hot because of the new rebuild. I tried the timing and with a few different settings but got to much spark knock or hard starting. Even with a new aluminum radiator it was running between 195 and 210, which scares me. I installed a pusher fan this week and so far it has been helping. I took it out yesterday and it was 95, in stop and go traffic it never got above 180-190. The fan is set to come on a 180, so it seems to be working. I will give it another try Monday when I go to a Memorial Day car show, about 30 miles away down the interstate.

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