Re: please explain


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Posted by Cheyenne (67.130.70.250) on 14:21:22 01/04/08

In Reply to: Re: please explain posted by Ben

: Cheyenne, always thought you were a pilot ?!? Now find that you are a 'real' techie! Cool!!!!
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Ben, it's both.
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: For most GM vehicles, that temperature where the sensors and systems are to spec is at 170*F.
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I don't know if 170 F is correct, but I would suspect it would be about 185 F. Either way, the coolant temp should be maintained at a comfortable margin above the 'bounce' point to keep the system from going into and out of closed loop.
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: Also understand that a vehicles thermal management system is a huge *SYSTEM* and dynamic. Very
: dynamic with many, many variables.
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Entirely correct. The first law of thermodynamics is the law of conservation of energy. Maintaining an equilibrium of those variables is essential for proper engine operation.
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: It's against the law to put in a non-OEM SMOG component/system.
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That fact alone is really the bottom line.
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: Cheyenne, what do you know about solid state compressors?
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Can't help you there, Ben. It's been way too many years since University, and even back then solid-state anything was pretty much a dream.




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