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    Electronically Controlled Flow Valve

    So currently running a Honda CBR600 F4i, and was having over-cooling problems last year. Is there any way (other than reducing rad size) that it could be kept under control? For example, I was thinking about perhaps a flow valve linked to a thermostat sensor and the ECU? Then the ECU could open/close the valve when the engine got too hot/cold... Does that make sense or am I not even close?

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    How about a thermostat?

    Jay Swift
    Combustion Powertrain
    Global Formula Racing 2013-2014

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    ^^^ that.

    Cooling fans running all the time? Put them on a thermoswitch.

    If you have the opportunity to make the radiator smaller, why wouldn't you jump at that idea? Radiators full of coolant are heavy...

    Northwestern Formula Racing Alum
    Head Engineer, Frame/Suspension 2006-2009

    My '73 Saab 99 Road Race Build

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