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Old 8th July, 2002, 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by Wa11y


Where is the pump in the line? You may wanna have the pump flowing to the radiators if you can, that way the hot water from the processor is being pulled into the pump, and then going to the radiators to cool off before going back out to the pump. If the pump is heating the water, it makes no sense to put it between the radiators and the processor, so the cool water goes into the pump and warms up before hitting the processor to get warmed up more.

Did any of that make sense?

Try this:
Radiator --> Block --> Pump --> Radiator
No can do, the pump has to be in front of the block really, it would cavitate if the inlet was restriced, i could make it a 100% closed loop but am not quite ready for that yet
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