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  1. Join Date
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    #71
    *CVT
    Will do Bro. Thanks a bunch!

    OEM 2 Rows Radiator is still intact. (Newly Overhauled).
    OEM Fan Clutch was nakaweld/rekta before But I also replaced it just recently with a repairable type (replacement only).
    The second Condenser was already relocated in the front under the passenger side.
    The other Condenser is still in it's original location which is as you said parallel to the ground.
    And Am only using distilled water as a coolant.

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    #72
    Quote Originally Posted by iceman_uel View Post
    *CVT
    Will do Bro. Thanks a bunch!

    OEM 2 Rows Radiator is still intact. (Newly Overhauled).
    OEM Fan Clutch was nakaweld/rekta before But I also replaced it just recently with a repairable type (replacement only).
    The second Condenser was already relocated in the front under the passenger side.
    The other Condenser is still in it's original location which is as you said parallel to the ground.
    And Am only using distilled water as a coolant.
    Sorry mods,- OT - Bros,- if the radiator fan is welded on the shaft,- then, aren't you bothered when running at high revs?

    Am using 50%coolant and 50%distilled H2O.... May Vanette Club dito sa tsikot

    http://tsikot.com/forums/nissan-cars...1/index33.html

    Last EB was two Saturdays ago was at Shell, Macapagal Ave.,- near MoA

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    #73
    Just checked the original Vanette thermostat.

    It is marked 76.5C.

    I will try to post a pic later.....

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    #74
    Quote Originally Posted by iceman_uel View Post
    I recently installed a thermostat rated at 170 deg. to our Nissan Vanette 2.0 Gas Engine (Local Version).
    But before we got our Vanette (second hand) wala na siyang thermostat and it takes a very long time for it to reach normal operating temp.
    My query, is the 170 deg. thermostat too cold because it can only manage to raise the engine temperature to 1/4.
    I assume it is in Fahrenheit, bro.

    170F is equivalent to (170-32)*5/9 = 76.7C, and so is the same temp trip point as the OEM thermostat....

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    Last edited by CVT; October 6th, 2012 at 12:53 AM.

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    #75
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post


    Sorry mods,- OT - Bros,- if the radiator fan is welded on the shaft,- then, aren't you bothered when running at high revs?

    Am using 50%coolant and 50%distilled H2O.... May Vanette Club dito sa tsikot

    http://tsikot.com/forums/nissan-cars...1/index33.html

    Last EB was two Saturdays ago was at Shell, Macapagal Ave.,- near MoA

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    Well bro the only advantage I can think of for having the fan clutch welded by the previous owner was to lessen the overheat issue because the radiator was clogged then and other than that wala na. Disadvantage is maingay/maugong on high rpms and a bit high on FC.

    I didn't have the chance to go to the Last EB because of work constraints, though sayang kasi may inihandang hands on si bro macgyver.

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    #76
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post
    Just checked the original Vanette thermostat.

    It is marked 76.5C.

    I will try to post a pic later.....

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    Thanks a lot bro. CVT, at least now confident na ako sa ikinabit kong thermostat na tama ang temp rating niya.

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    #77
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post


    I assume it is in Fahrenheit, bro.

    170F is equivalent to (170-32)*5/9 = 76.7C, and so is the same temp trip point as the OEM thermostat....

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    Yes Bro. 170 degrees Fahrenheit = 76.5C. Thanks a lot Bro.


    Am a member of VCP (Vanette Club Of The Philippines) too.

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    #78
    Quote Originally Posted by iceman_uel View Post
    Yes Bro. 170 degrees Fahrenheit = 76.5C. Thanks a lot Bro.


    Am a member of VCP (Vanette Club Of The Philippines) too.

    You can buy thermostats at banawe, for a cheaper price without the profit of the Car manufacturer and casa.
    TAMA - Brand is made in Japan, It is a sales company of Nippon Thermostat Co. LTD which is the Original Equipment manufacturer of thermostat for major Car manufacturers. It is cheaper because the brand is direct from factory -distributor rather than going from factory - Car manufacturer - Casa.
    (Domestic customers)
    ・AISAN INDUSTRY CO., LTD. ・NIKKI CO., LTD.
    ・AISIN SEIKI CO., LTD. ・NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.
    ・ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED ・WALBRO JAPAN LTD.
    ・CALSONIC KANSEI CORPORATION ・NIDEC CORPORATION
    ・KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. ・HITACHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS, LTD.
    ・KUBOTA CORPORATION ・FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.
    ・KEIHIN CORPORATION ・BOSCH CORPORATION
    ・SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION ・HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.
    ・DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. ・MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION
    ・TAMA ENTERPRISES CO., LTD. ・MIKUNI CORPORATION
    ・TK CARBURETTOR CO., LTD. ・MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION
    ・DENSO CORPORATION ・YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD.
    ・TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION ・YANMAR CO., LTD.

    (Overseas customers)
    ・ASC INDUSTRIES, INC. 
    ・CHRYSLER GROUP LLC 
    ・DANA CORPORATION 
    ・GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
    ・HOCHENG CORPORATION
    ・KTM SPORTMORTORCYCLE AG
    ・KWANG YANG MOTOR CO., LTD.
    ・MAGNA POWERTRAIN INC.
    ・PIAGGIO C. S.P.A.
    ・POLARIS INDUSTRIES INC.
    ・SANYANG INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
    ・TAIWAN KEIHIN CARBURETOR CO., LTD.
    ・UNISIA MEXICANA, S.A. DE C.V.
    ・WP COMPONENTS GMBH
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    #79
    Quote Originally Posted by KIANTOT View Post
    I see sir, but I do not use radiator coolant anymore, distilled watar lang ang nilalagay ko, before I use coolant, yun nga lang hindi regular noon yung pag flushing ko ng coolant, kaya yun nga nabutas yung 2 tube ng radiator, also I have very bad experience sa thermostat ko noon, hindi nag open sa tamang temp running along SLEX, yung result biglang nag high temp yung gauge, wala pa ako idea noon kung anu ang naging cause, I'm thinking baka yung water pump na ang deffect, pero natrace ko din na yung cause ay sa deffective thermostat.
    *kiantot,

    distilled water, san nabibili? pwede ba yun nasa grocery?

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    #80
    sabi nung gumawa ng radiator ko, ok lang walang t-stat. but then after backreading, dapat meron. yun current temperature ko siguro 2 increments below the middle. ano ba ideal temperature? i'm getting a thermostat this weekend.

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