I have to agree with Steve it cannot reduce temperature below the thermostat opening temp. And that is a law of physics..................9 seconds said:I don't see how you can run any cooler than what you're thermostat is set at. I can see it helping if you can't get down to the temp of your stat.
Wouldn't life be easier if we were all sheep! I never said it wouldn't work in any situation, just not in a normally operated SRT with the factory thermostat. I have read the Water Wetter Tech Info sheet. Their test was done on an engine run at conditions that allowed it to reach a steady state water temperature of 202 to 228 degrees. Well above the 160 degree thermostat installed.ggreenly said:Like I said before...its all physics. For all you non-believers.... the earth also is not flat.
I completely agree with you!! It's required here, but for something I can only drive 6 months a year... It's worth the risk!SugarLandExpress said:Just because it is "required" in Texas doesn't mean all of us have done it. I will risk a "fix it" ticket to not spoil that beautiful face...