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A bit of inspiration can be had from either the Yamaha or Kawasaki side by sides. If you have the time and inclination, go to your neighborhood Yamaha or Kawie dealership (they might be the same one), and speak to someone in the service department. In all reality, your coolant system needs to maintain a certain pressure, a pressure tester can be used. ...


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This particular bottle is knows as a degas bottle. The reason it has a strange shape is two fold. First, the bottle needs to fit somewhere and the shape helps that. Second and more important is that these degas bottles hold pressure. The shape reinforces the bottle so that it does not explode. In cooling systems with degas bottles the coolant does not ...


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This situation could be Transmission Flare. The engine control briefly ups the RPM to match the transmission downshifting, to prevent an abrupt downshift feel. If the control or sensing systems are out of whack, it can overdo the RPM adjustment. Some of the items you replaced require adjustment or calibration. For example, the Idle Air Controller (a prime ...


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I run an enormous race radiator with high flow spal fans, an oil cooler and an oil cooler fan and it keeps the coolant and oil at exactly 180-185F around town or on the highway, regardless of ambient temperature, even if I run the fans unnecessarily. Why doesn't it overcool? Thermostats. It 100 percent doesn't matter how much radiator you run so long as ...


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Simple And Technical Definition Of Coolant From a technician's standpoint "engine coolant" would be referring to the 50/50 mix of ethylene/polypropylene glycol and water. From an engineers standpoint engine coolant would TECHNICALLY be anything that assists the system in the cooling process. So, in this case you could refer to the fans, oil, and Anti-freeze ...



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