Thread: cooling mod
09-07-2006, 11:31 AM #1
straight from billy womack himself,i saw a post were somebody asked how he kept his motor cool in his virage while running the stock water bar,well here's your answer,he staggered the inlet sizes for the cylinder water feeds,he left the pto at the stock 15/64 size,cen is 1/4,mag is 17/64.i know this because of the triplepipes i got from him and his answer when i called to confirm what he'd done.it works so well on the virage that i went back and also did the pro as well
09-07-2006, 11:21 PM #2
That works but why not just tap the cover, run the water through hull and use the restrictors to regulate temperature? You can verify temps at each cylinder and actually see that you have water flow. Safer than a bar with a thermostat/pop-off if you ask me..
09-08-2006, 10:55 AM #3
the 00 virage doesn't have a t-stat or pop off valve.if you can see the pipe pissers you have waterflow and pump pressure,as far as doing it at the adapter and not the water bar you'd have to ask him,but his way you don't tap anything,just open up an existing orifice and use the stock outlet for the heated water as well.i like it it's a very clean and organized setup,and as far as trash blocking the cooling lines goes the pipes will restrict long before the cylinders will
09-08-2006, 11:20 AM #4
Mt experience has shown the sand and debris to get trapped in the head/dome/cooling bar versus the pipes.And I guess I'm just partial to the pissers.........
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