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    Finally running again after sometime. Started with a clutch upgrade and lead to a bunch of other stuff.

    One of which was a coolant crossover delete and custom thermostat before the radiator. -16 AN fittings and lines out of the heads to the thermostat and -20 AN fittings and line from thermostat to radiator. The thermostat block houses the coolant temperature sensor and return for the water cooling from the turbo.

    The thermostat block it hidden and attached to the passenger side frame rail.
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    Very nice work, Matt. Super clean just like the rest of the car;)


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    Any more details on how you did the custom thermostat? I am still using the stock t-stat housing/location, I am sure there are some gains to be had doing a custom t-stat setup

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    damn that looks good!

    whered you get the 16an pieces where they insert into the heads?

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    Not sure if the OP purchaed them from us or not but we have the -16's in stock here:

    http://www.modularmotorsportsracing....roducts_id=803

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    All lines an AN fittings are Vibrant Performance

    -16 AN head fittings are MMR

    Thermostat housing holds stant chevy 160 deg stat (w/ no issues) and the thermostat was designed by me and http://www.ipsco.org and then built.

    Making it fit and being hidden took sometime with lots of trial and error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelfastlride View Post
    All lines an AN fittings are Vibrant Performance

    -16 AN head fittings are MMR

    Thermostat housing holds stant chevy 160 deg stat (w/ no issues) and the thermostat was designed by me and http://www.ipsco.org and then built.

    Making it fit and being hidden took sometime with lots of trial and error.
    thanks for the info. I've considered replacing my On3 setup with a custom one using bigger hoses. Thankfully my setup is pretty simple, I've got a centrifugal so I just have the thermostat housing zip-tied to the electric fan framework underneath the coolant res.

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