Re: Coolant Circulation
I pulled my intake manifold (Edelbrock RPM Air Gap) and the rear coolant holes in the heads are full of nasty looking deposits (the front passages are clean). Plus there is build-up between the intake manifold and the heads around the ports in the gasket area. There are very few miles on this sbc crate engine (Vortec heads).
To avoid this and keep the passages clean I am thinking of routing a 5/8-inch hose from each back corner to the front corners of the intake manifold. Perhaps I am getting an air bubble which is blocking the coolant from circulating?
Does anyone see a problem with this? Would this decrease coolant flow through the heads?
If you have a better idea please let me know what it is.
Yes, it has been done before. I've seen it.
The Air-Gap uses these passages that could be used for that (As you mentioned)
Don ~ TC Member #15 ~
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