ssgacc at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 8 18:36:55 EDT 2002
I love experiments too. Specially when someone else
is doing them and I get to observe. (as it were) How
about wire tying it to the cooler. A manually
controlled switch would be much easier to document.
Wait til the temps climb and then switch it on. I
would confirm the air flow issue at the cooler. Or
lack of airflow.
--- Huw Powell <human747 at attbi.com> wrote:
> > If this is the case, how come its not reflecting
> at all in the water temps?
> Because the water cooling system is sufficient to
> "lose" all its excess
> The oil cooling system isn't - and with the piston
> sprayer engines, the
> oil picks up that extra piston heat *fast*.
> PS, Marc, have you considered setting up a small
> switched electric fan on your oil cooler? Or even
> manually switched, to
> experiment? I know you love to experiment...
> Huw Powell
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