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I think I said this already, but now I am more certain. I am probably going to get a Q6600 soon and will probably replace the radiator with a PA120.2 and probably trash the GTS 240 unless somebody wants it even though it is slightly damaged. If I don't get an improvement from that radiator then it will be pretty obvious that it's the block. I don't know why the block would be a problem though, I mean, it's a Stinger.


Yeah they are good rads...I think I would get the PA.3 with a quad, I don't know but from what I understand they crank out a lot of heat a 360 will give you more even temp's it shouldn't bounce up and down so much on you...


I've always gotten great temp's with the Stingers...My V-6 would hold me at 7-9C above what-ever the room ambient was with a 3019mhz OC and around a 1.58 V-Core Priming for hours...Thats nice......This V-8 I'm using for a pelt block is working great and I have another V-8p in the mail...I'm setting up a 437W Pelt loop and this block you can only use a 50mm pelt the 437W Pelt is 62mm I believe....


Its probably just the rad since it was damaged it might of flattened out the tube more then you thought...They have wide thin tubes in them so it probably wouldn't take much to restrict the flow...
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I am also thinking that the damage to the radiator is behind all this. If I go for the 360mm radiator then I think I might get a new case, just because I don't want to hang it off the back of the Jeep. I might get a P180B and put it on the top of the case, or get a Lian-Li PC-7B and do the same, I haven't decided yet. That is a story for another thread though.
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