>As part of my seemingly endless speculation on the all-weather all-season
>all-purpose MGB/GT (yet to be purchased, yet to be found, yet to be funded),
>do you run your GT with the "winter" 190F thermostat? I have gotten into
>the habit of using the 160F thermostat in the summer months and I notice a
>sig. difference over running with the standard 180. The car runs cooler,
>which means I'm cooler (in a manner of speaking). Perhaps if you swapped
>for a 190F during the winter your heater would belt out more BTUs?
>Just a thought. Id be interested to hear any other net-experience on
>running the "hotter" thermostat in the winter months.
I am proud to say that not only do I use the winter thermostat (190), I use
it year round. But then here in Montana, we only have two seasons, summer
and winter. And summer is only three months long!