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Still not overheating
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SubmitterddgonzalMore Photos from ddgonzal   Last Update2012/10/27 5:03    Tell a friendTell a friend
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My 1200 did not overheat at this gauge reading (did not boil over) -- at sea level, but would at higher elevations. Going slower let it cool down.

This is the max gauge reading before overheating. Probably 210F degrees.

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Posted: 2012/10/31 3:35  Updated: 2012/10/31 3:38
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2000/1/10
From: Snohomish, WA USA
Posts: 1275
 Re: Still not overheating
Crap! For a second there I thought you had a 160 speedo (well you do I guess). Darn.

My temp gauge used to get up to 210 and higher (remember that one time it overheated when I gave you a ride). Since the radiator was bigger than the original hole for the A12, I took a sawsall and cut it out and now it gets more flow. Still runs around 200 but doesnt overheat.

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Posted: 2012/10/31 5:26  Updated: 2012/10/31 5:26
Joined: 2001/5/3
From: 48 North
Posts: 31572
 Re: Still not overheating
I guess a 2.4 liter needs twice the cooling (?)