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Mr Gasket 4365 High Flow Thermostat, 195 Degree, GM/Ford/AMC
Mr Gasket 4365 High Flow Thermostat, 195 Degree, GM/Ford/AMC

Mr Gasket 4365 High Flow Thermostat, 195 Degree, GM/Ford/AMC

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Mr Gasket 4365 High Flow Thermostat, 195 Degree, GM/Ford/AMC
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Keep control of your engine temperature with Mr. Gasket's high flow thermostats that are designed to resist variations in coolant pressures that can occur at high RPM. Coolant temperatures and pressures fight for control of the thermostat keeping it from opening at the designed temperatures. This high flow design allows for more consistent engine temperatures. This thermostat is designed to open at 195 degrees. The thermostat is constructed of copper and brass. Other temperatures available.

This Mr. Gasket high performance thermostat fits GM/Ford/AMC, manufactured from Copper/Bronze and has an opening temperature rating of 195 degrees.

  • Constructed Of Copper And Brass
  • Opens At 195 Degrees
  • It Is Designed For High Coolant Flow
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