Need please some insight from folks at the “hot” places in respect of engine cooling, i.e. Temp reading from sender at the top of the block under harsh conditions (not the disco)
As the temperature even in Germany is rising I wonder what the temp gauche should show.
At the typical outside 20C (68F) the Borletti (!!!) gauche stops between the 75C (167F) mark and the max 110 C (230F)mark. Now at 32C (90F) it reaches the limit of the scale, i.e. very close to the 110C mark, is an Euro car with C scale.
My set up is according the recommended write up..Fluedin, 2 fans, Edelbrock Water pump, small Water pump pulley, the heating exits are plugged at the pump, AND the Temp SENDER is at the block right at the water pump.
The thermo switch at the radiator does not come on during driving, starts immediately in the garage at still stand, so works.
What is the expected/healthy MAX Temp at the Temp sender at the block under hot outside condition.?