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Old 05-07-2018, 03:03 PM
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It's Miata Monday!

Our High-Volume Water Pump Pulley and Dual Flow Reroute Kit are each on sale for 15% off!

We're also offering both components bundled together for 20% off!



This bundle is perfect for keeping the temperatures under control in your 1.8L Miata (Non-MSM).

This offer is valid through 5/18/18.

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If over driving the water pump pulley, would cavitation be a concern at high rpm?
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Would there be any benefit to running two different thermostats at two different temperature ratings? Say if the front thermostat opened at 195F and the remote one opened at 180F, would that force more coolant to the back first making it cool more evenly until the motor was, like really hot, then the front would open?

Does it matter how close to the radiator the remote thermostat is, can it be further away from the head?

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Originally Posted by psyber_0ptix View Post
If over driving the water pump pulley, would cavitation be a concern at high rpm?
At 6500RPM, our pulley will be at the same speed as a stock pulley on an engine turning 7150RPM (10% increase). Cavitation should not be a concern, even at higher RPMs.

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Would there be any benefit to running two different thermostats at two different temperature ratings? Say if the front thermostat opened at 195F and the remote one opened at 180F, would that force more coolant to the back first making it cool more evenly until the motor was, like really hot, then the front would open?

Does it matter how close to the radiator the remote thermostat is, can it be further away from the head?

Asking for a friend.
While I can't answer your question on running different thermostats, as we've not tested it, I can tell you that running 195 thermostats both front and rear kept temperatures consistent, even as the motor warmed up. With regard to the remote thermostat location, there have been concerns in the past that it's position away from the head will affect how responsive the thermostat is. This has NOT been the case in our test, as both thermostats opening within 10 seconds of one another, with the rear actually opening first.

Here are the charts from our test results:





And here is the tested unit:


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Our MSM Version of the coolant reroute is now live! An additional variant has been added to the bundle page for MSM owners to select it as well.
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Just ordered up the high volume water pump pulley from these guys and there service is on point. Order was placed at 8:23am and received a shipping confirmation at 9:46am They also refunded me some of the shipping cost which was awesome and unexpected. So far as a new company they are on top of their stuff and i would not hesitate to do business with them again.
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Glad to hear it!
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Any chance of another sale coming up soon ?
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