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Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:31 pm 
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its a stock falcon motor for god sake , if you want it to run the fans wire it up to a turbotimer .but i dont really see the point ,just drive the car like a grandma for the last 10mins of ya trip if your worried

 

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Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:47 pm 
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But were also dealing with a 18 yr old here. He does not have experiance in the real world as much as the rest of us.[/quote]

Haveing similar arguments with my young bloke, his 17 year old friend gave him advice some therefore it must be true.

 

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Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:12 pm 
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Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:13 pm 
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You guys are all losers, just cos i am a couple of years younger then you all does not mean i dont know as much as you, and if you are all serious about believing that then that just goes to show who is more mature.
Grow up, i asked a question and expected answers to that question and not people having a cry about my age.

 

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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 1:36 am 
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griffo161 wrote:
You guys are all losers, just cos i am a couple of years younger then you all does not mean i dont know as much as you, and if you are all serious about believing that then that just goes to show who is more mature.
Grow up, i asked a question and expected answers to that question and not people having a cry about my age.


Idiot-im no loser.
Listen-davies craig EWP and EWP controller 8010 with turbo timer to after run when engine shut down for @ 10 to 20 SECONDS. BACK TO 80*C IN 20 SECONDS, not 10 or 20 mins f stick.
Bad attitude gets ya nowhere.
EWP is the only method to eliminate heatsoak. It runs at full power after shutdown for, wait for it @20 seconds. EWP 80 is plenty it will pump @70 to 80 lts p/min at full power, its exponential.
Remove thermostat, remove water pump impellor- (do you know what a gear puller is or r u a hammer dude) or take belt off-will require thermo fans as u will disable fan.
Its big dollars, but worth it, rally/race/burnout. Whats $500 compared to new s/legal motor.
It was invented out of necessity. What happens to hot glass with sudden cold water, crack.
Research the net Davies Craig.com
You wil eat all your words. Why don;t you put a garden fitting on tapped bypass and every time you stop, pop bonnet hook up hose and stand there like a d/head, cause thats what your getting @ with your uneducated ideas. Good luck. :idea:

 

 

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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:02 am 
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lol yea righto hero...... Way to bring up the past

Get a life

 

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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:08 am 
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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:10 am 
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Assuming BA wiring is the colours as e series, you need to find the two blue with silver dots wires from the thermo fan relay block and connect them to +12v (use a dual pole switch to select either +12V or ECU) this will do what you want

 

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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:15 am 
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Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 1:32 pm Post subject: Hooking up switch to Turbo Thermo's


only about 8 months too late


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ssuming BA wiring is the colours as e series, you need to find the two blue with silver dots wires from the thermo fan relay block and connect them to +12v (use a dual pole switch to select either +12V or ECU) this will do what you want

no.. the relays are negative switched so that will not work
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Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 1:54 pm 
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griffo161 wrote:
lol yea righto hero...... Way to bring up the past

Get a life

you are a d/head (don't shoot messenger)
fIRST READ YOU THREAD, where you talk @ 2 wires like you just solved a rubix cube. then later you rave on @ 2 years this and that like you really know your $hit. You talk like you think you know everything but really know f all.Late answer but only cause you r a deadset d/head. Get a life, mate get a fkn brain,idiot.

 

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Posted: Wed Jul 30, 2008 3:37 pm 
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Ah f**k leave him. He asked a question and cracked the s**t when the replies were not what he wanted to hear. Ah the youth of today.
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Keep this on topic please - any more subjective remarks will be followed up.

 

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Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:04 am 
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griffo161 wrote:
I want to do it so i can leave the car for 10mins or so and then i cna start my car and as soon as i start the car the cold water from the radiator will go straight into the motor and it wont be overally warm on start up cos at the moment the car can be at perfect running temp and if i park it for 5-10mins or longer and go and start it then it will be up at the halfway mark.
I just want to have it there as the weather is getting hotter and i want to be able to have the switch there for safty

Cheers Dylan


um most cars do this... you have warm metal and water/coolant it is going to get warmer with out circulation.. leave a pot a water on the stove top and then turn it off the pot still warms up from the heated element althought it is off and starting to cool.

 

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