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Originally Posted by losttsol View Post
I upgraded from the Apogee GT to the Fuzion V1 and only got 2C lower from best that I can tell. I would try 6 fan push / pull on your radiator first. That will give you a better result than changing the block.

Edit: Just read that you have addressed this already. Anyways, extra fans on the radiator would really help.
Odd, I upgraded from the apogee to the fuzion v1 and dropped 8-10C idle and 12-15C load.
post #22 of 23
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Odd, I upgraded from the apogee to the fuzion v1 and dropped 8-10C idle and 12-15C load.
I doubt that is from the block switch alone. Some of that has to be from a better mount.
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post #23 of 23
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I doubt that is from the block switch alone. Some of that has to be from a better mount.
I mounted many many many times. It was not a bad mount. I did everything correctly.
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