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Old 04-22-2007, 10:32 PM   #21
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just gotta take out the 1st H *koskesh*
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the rc will keep getting hotter and hotter idling. I would let it sit for a very short time and the water would circulate and come down to 248 then rise again to 250's and the temp light would come on. rc's are not known for their heat dissipating ability. They are known for cooking . Getting stuck in traffic is a very rare event for me so it really doesn't bother me.
You need to go to Evans for your coolant.

Also, air cooled motors will hold up in the heat. They are just more expensive to manufacture
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You need to go to Evans for your coolant.

Also, air cooled motors will hold up in the heat. They are just more expensive to manufacture
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http://www.evanscooling.com/index2.html

Honda's love it. I run it in my 954 with an open coolant system. I don't get above 218.

I did a write up in the "how to" section on the install procedure.
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