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Tuff Stuff 900180 High Flow Thermostat, 180 Degrees
Tuff Stuff 900180 High Flow Thermostat, 180 Degrees

Tuff Stuff 900180 High Flow Thermostat, 180 Degrees

Universal Fit, Stainless Steel

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Tuff Stuff 900180 High Flow Thermostat, 180 Degrees
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900180
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Stainless Steel
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Standard thermostats flow about 37 gallons of coolant per minute. With Tuff Stuff’s High-Flow thermostat, that number jumps to 56 gallons per minute. That’s almost a 50 percent increase in coolant flow! The increased coolant flow will reduce the delay in engine warm-up times, allows trapped air in the cooling system to escape and stabilizes the pressure of the cooling system overall. These thermostats also have a bypass valve that allows a small amount of coolant to circulate before fully opening.

  • High Flow Thermostat
  • 180 Degrees
  • Stainless Steel Construction
  • Extra Large Port Assures Increased Coolant Flow
  • Bridge Design Increases Strength; Stability And Reliability
  • Fast Warm Ups
  • 56 Gallons Per Minute Flow Maintains Stated Temperature
  • Ideal For High Performance Vehicles
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