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Towed to Daytona this weekend and had a slight problem on the way back.

If I would run about 70 the engine temp would slowly creep up. Getting to the red at one point. If I would slow to 60 the temp would come straight back down. This was a drop of about 300 RPM.

Egt was 8-900, trans was 180, boost 6-12psi.

Any suggestions? Water pump is about 10K old. I was thinking a clogged radiator.


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how bout a stuck thermo-

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Hope so. Strange thing was it would heat up at 70 and cool right back off at 60. (300RPM difference)

Can a stat be partially closed therefore blocking some but not all coolant flow?



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Towed this past weekend on the stock setting and still same problem.


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