Re: [DMCForum] Re: That darn water return pipe
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: That darn water return pipe

Thought you'd all enjoy this,  Heres a gallery of the
hosework under the manifold of 11613 with 3 before

It has been added to the main site as well



--- Martin Gutkowski <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It's definitely in input because it feeds the centre
> of an impeller
> which works by flinging the water outwards. The pipe
> connects to a
> length of flexible hose which drops down to the
> chassis over the
> exhaust, but the fact that it's sitting directly in
> the "V" will mean it
> will get pretty hot there. I think the reason
> there's a solid pipe there
> is simply so the feed to the engine is accessible
> when the engine's
> brand new and sitting in its crate. It also feeds
> through an area with a
> number of rough or sharp-ish edges that would
> threaten a flexible hose.
> On balance, a solid steel pipe will last longer than
> a length of hose IMO.
> Martin
> cruznmd wrote:
> >Hi James,
> >
> >I don't think you're being a herbert at all. That's
> a totally valid
> >question. The only evidence I have to refute your
> theory is that I
> >know of several people who've been running a single
> rubber piece in
> >the "valley" with no troubles for some time.
> >
> >I thought that port on the water pump was an
> output, not an input.
> >Perhaps Martin can shed more light on this?
> >
> >Rich A.
> >#5335
> > 
> >

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