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Old 29 Nov 2013, 09:30 pm
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Anyone know anything about high performance thermostats?
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Cars that aren't driven don't really need thermostats!
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Old 29 Nov 2013, 10:04 pm
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They are usually more expensive than regular thermostats???
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Old 30 Nov 2013, 06:42 am
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According to Mr. Gasket....

These high performance thermostats are designed to resist large variations in coolant pressures that occur at high RPM's where coolant temperature and coolant pressure fight for control of the thermostat keeping it from opening at its designated temperature. The balanced HP thermostat features all brass and copper construction, and opens at the right temperature regardless of engine RPM. Cars that aren't driven don't really need thermostats!

Product Features:
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Resists Variations In Coolant
Brass and Copper Construction
Opens At Right Temperature
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I suggest not to run a thermostat. That way there is no chance of failure.
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