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Old 05-31-2009, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default different option for the mixing manifold.

i remember seeing a picture somewhere on here where someone replaced the mixing manifold with a water neck...

can someone please tell me what part they used. was is the stock water neck?




EDIT: NVM i ******* found it!
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That last picture defys everything I learned in fluid mechanics. It's like a dog with two heads and no ***.
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That last picture defys everything I learned in fluid mechanics. It's like a dog with two heads and no ***.
all i want to know is what part is thaton the bottom of the block so that i can point the hose straight forward.
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That last picture defys everything I learned in fluid mechanics.
That picture is of a reverse-flow cooling system using an electric pump. The coolant goes in the head at both back and front, and comes out at the bottom of the block.

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all i want to know is what part is thaton the bottom of the block so that i can point the hose straight forward.
You can fit a stock water outlet on that position, being aware of course that different ones have the outlet at different angles. The one pictured is not from a Miata (judging by the placement of the CLT sensor thread) however I imagine that you could find out by asking in the thread in which this is being discussed.
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all i want to know is what part is thaton the bottom of the block so that i can point the hose straight forward.
pretty much any mazda housing will work. BEGi sells something similar as well.
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begi is $$$,
ok so now that i know what part goes there,
what size fitting is needed to source the water from the block above the oil supply?
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