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    Open loop vs Closed loop cooling

    Which is Better the open loop cooling system or the closed loop cooling system lets say it racing conditions


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    For race condition you can be sure open loop. With open loop you get around 50º in the engine, you can add more fuel and prevent detonations. The only problem is when you ride in salt water, you must do a good flush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JESUSSEADOO View Post
    For race condition you can be sure open loop. With open loop you get around 50º in the engine, you can add more fuel and prevent detonations. The only problem is when you ride in salt water, you must do a good flush.
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