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    Default Plumbing for a thermostat

    Since converting over to EFI I need to keep the motor at 200 while maintaining water through the exhausts. Anyone have a picture of their set-up before i dive into this? Currently it runs through the logs then into the block..

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    I dont run an EFI but I use a holley jet threaded into the fitting exiting the top intake port to control water temp tried different sizes till found one maintains 180 in block just a thought Wild Bill
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    You can get a thermostat bypass kit from Rex or CP Performance, lets you adjust eng. temp with different stats while maintaining water flow through the exhaust without putting excessive pressure in the engine, available in polished aluminum or stainless steel.
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