Monza cooling??

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Re: Monza cooling??

Postby HAULIN' IT » Sun Nov 15, 2015 10:53 am

Smiley wrote:[b]Your crank pulley is way too small, it should be larger than the water pump pulley


Ding, Ding, Ding...We have a winner! Change that, it is your biggest/real problem. Other things may help or hurt a bit, however the WAY underdriven waterpump is the REAL problem. Lorne
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Re: Monza cooling??

Postby beakerztoyz » Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:06 pm

Gator wrote:This is how its turned out so far. I made some hold downs for it to hold it all together.
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Now to wire it up and see how it works out.


That baking pan is going to create a problem it will trap heat against the rad. my sunbird has a vega rad that a rad shop modified and added an extra core to so I'm told it's now a 3 core, I have a normal monza fan in the car and it runs 180-190 ish. your rad looks thicker than mine honestly if I was you I'd take the electric fans out and put a normal fan on it. (and as others said swap out that pully for the right one)
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Re: Monza cooling??

Postby cjbiagi » Wed Nov 18, 2015 12:08 am

Yep, I had mentioned earlier that I think you are going to have a air flow problem with the baking pan shroud. You have effectively limited the air flow to the opening size of the two fans which is considerably less than the total area of the radiator. You can try it and see what happens.... It does look real nice but I am not sure about the results you are going to get.
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Re: Monza cooling??

Postby EVL VEGA » Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:10 am

Lose the pan. Install the fans directly on the rad with a couple of these kits.
Summit $18 for 2 sets shipped
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/aaf-all30085/overview/
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