Yikes - I didn't mean to spark such controversy. I assumed that most people
knew what too fast a flow ( or too slow) entails, no matter what the theory,
and in theory bumble bees can't fly, but in the real world things don't
always happen the way theory dictates - and as you stated, regardless of
why, too fast a flow can cause overheating. Does it really matter why, the
result is a very hot motor! By the way, race cars do use a flow restricter
to, guess what, keep the heat in check :-)
I've probably secured the wrath of the "Perpetual Flight of the Bumble Bee"
lobby! Damn. . . wheres that pond when you need it!
63' Spitfire, 72'-V6 Spitfire 70'GT6+