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Old 09-30-2012, 03:24 PM
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Got my 572 all alum out and getting a freshen up along with shaft style rockers.This motor failed a comp cam rocker.I would like to know the best water circulation or cooling system for a fresh water motor ? It is nat asp with cmi big tubes and alum dart heads.Currently comes in from the bravo drive,thru an oil cooler to the sea water pump then to the top t stat hsg with feeds the circulation pump.What are the pro's and cons of this ? Can I just install a cross over style and just let the sea water pump feed it ? thanks , hf... I need a boat ride !!
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Originally Posted by halffast
Currently comes in from the bravo drive,thru an oil cooler to the sea water pump then to the top t stat hsg with feeds the circulation pump.What are the pro's and cons of this ? Can I just install a cross over style and just let the sea water pump feed it ?
You sure it doesn't go to the sea water pump and then the oil cooler? Yes you could just go to the cross over.
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