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04-17-2012 03:56 PM
Originally Posted by my87Z
my question would be do you already have a fan shroud, if not then you to fabricate one.
X 2 or may try 2 10 inch fans ... Or is it EFI or carb could be lean or timing to high .
04-17-2012 03:33 PM
my87Z my question would be do you already have a fan shroud, if not then you to fabricate one.
04-17-2012 01:32 PM
cooling system

Question for the cooling experts
i have installed a V-6 4.3 chevy engine with a 12" 24" x 2 inches thick custom made radiator with a electric fan in a 1972 MG midget. here is my problem. The more I run it the hotter it gets. Do I have a shrould/fan problem or a circulation problem. desperate for answers

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