quote:Originally posted by ZR1 Pantera:quote:It is easy to throw out statements like "amazing " results. Or 11% faster than stock speed.
Also the Pantera's cooling system is nothing like a standard front engine design.
Where are actual temperature results? Without actual before and after temperture readings this is nothing more than hypothetical.
This has been tested with very favorable results. Sure, this part may not be for everyone, but there are folks here having low speed cooling issues where this will certainly help. And 11% faster than stock speed isn't a number that is THROW out there. It is a fact! Do the math!!!
I applaud and appreciate anyone that develops products for our Panteras.
Just as performance products are dyno tested confirming HP improvements, so should this product.
You are stating that by increasing the water pump speed it in fact reduces the engine’s operating temperature. All I am asking is that you provide actual data from your testing.
Important data would be the “Cleveland’s” water pump as stock or aftermarket? An original radiator or after market? The fan type and their placement.
But most importantly temperature readings (preferably a calibrated aftermarket gauge and sending unit) at various engine speeds before and after the installation of your product.
Assuming you did run these tests on one or more “Cleveland” equipped Panteras supporting your claim of reduced operating temperatures should not be difficult.