on 1/19/06 9:42 AM, Barrie Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The Stewart people say a big no to restrictors ! You should get
> their brochure it has some good tech stuff www.stewartcomponents.com
> ...I think! Personally I do not believe it can be too
> fast! cavitation and such excluded. It is impossible for the water
> not to contact the hot surfaces and remove heat - and the faster the better.
Yeah, but look at the other side -- the radiator. Is the water staying in it
long enough to lose all the heat? There has to be a balance...
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> At 05:25 AM 1/19/2006, you wrote:
>> Too fast can be just as not good, as in removing the thermostat and not
>> fitting a restrictor in its place.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> ... such as speed of water through the system (slow is not good)...
> Barrie Robinson
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