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    Coolwater lines

    Does anyone know the colling waterlines pressure on the ultra 300-310. Both the motor-line and the ic- line. (When riding)


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    You want to know the PSI of each line?

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    It probably varies with engine speed / rpm. Why do you want to know that? JB

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    Trying to find out becuse I want to have an external cooling element with 2 lines, if there is enough pressure to go up to the element and back in to IC and Engine. Or split the lines...
    Last edited by Kamaki; 08-02-2015 at 02:14 PM.

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    B ut why..

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    I will tell you why, when I have the ready solution

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    are you trying to get cooler stream of water to the I/C to reduce charge air temps?

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    Something like that and also to make a better oilcooler maybe...
    Check out the flow today and also think the pressure is enogh (but haven't done any pressure measuring)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamaki View Post
    Something like that and also to make a better oilcooler maybe...
    Check out the flow today and also think the pressure is enogh (but haven't done any pressure measuring)
    Also going from a Petroleum oil to a good Synthetic Oil will help reduce the oil temp in conjunction with what you are trying to do.

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    unless you are a high end wot rider the cooling is more than enough. i have proven this with our b2b races logging the temps with a gauge. and also noting there is no heat sink/fade in performance with rpms and speeds actually climbing as the fuel load decreases.

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