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Speedway 180 Degree High Flow Thermostat
Speedway 180 Degree High Flow Thermostat

Speedway 180 Degree High Flow Thermostat

Universal Fit, 2.13" Overall Diameter, 1.58" Overall Height, .56" Body Length

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  • Strongly recommended for any performance application
  • Feature a balanced sleeve design
  • Modified for high RPM/high flow applications, 180° temperature range
  • Fits most domestic applications
  • 2-1/8" diameter

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MFG. Part #:
91015703
Overall Diameter:
2.13"
Overall Height:
1.58"
Body Length:
.56"
Body Diameter:
1.57"
Temp. Range:
180 degrees
Gasket(s) Included:
No
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Speedway takes a quality Robertshaw 330-180 high flow 180° thermostat, then modifies it to function properly in high RPM, high flow applications. They feature a balanced sleeve design and are strongly recommended for any performance application. Fits most domestic applications.

  • 2-1/8" diameter 
  • High flow 180° thermostat
  • Balanced sleeve design
  • Recommended for any performance application
  • Fits most domestic applications

Learn more about the importance of the thermostat with cooling systems and how they work by reading our tech article, Cooling System Principles.

Notes

There are three bypass holes in the center area of this thermostat to allow water to circulate prior to the actual "opening".

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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