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  1. Hotrodding Basics
    I just bought a 1950 Chevy truck with a SBC 350 engine. The temperature gauge sensor is in the intake manifold near the front. I want to install an electric fan with thermostat control. Should I move the temperature gauge sensor? If so where should it be installed?
  2. Engine
    I'm setting up a dual fan Dakota Digital controller... Not sure what temperature set point I should use... SBC 383 with aluminum heads, 190 degree thermostat... I'm thinking first fan on at 200... Second fan on at 208 and off at 203... Any thoughts ?
  3. Electrical
    I have looked around and think I have this down pat but wanted to see if this wiring diagram I drew up worked. I plan on using two relays in parallel with a thermal fan switch that grounds the circuit at a specific temperature. I also thought that maybe a third relay could complete the ground...
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  5. Hotrodding Basics
    I painted a couple of engine parts (fan and shroud) with Rustoleum High Heat Paint rated for 1200 degrees about 2 weeks ago. They won't be installed for another couple months. Meanwhile, I spoke to the manager at Rustoleum and he informed me that I was supposed to heat cure the items an hour...
  6. 1980 Malibu Clutch Fan/Fan Shroud

    1980 Malibu Clutch Fan/Fan Shroud

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    Electric fans good mmmmmmm