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Cape Coral, FL, USA

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Engine Cooling

Rick Eggers   USA — Posted on The CycleKart Club
Monday June 11, 2018 1:49 PM


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2018-06-11 21:02:32 # 50660
Comment by Brian Woods
So Rick, it is odd hoe our minds work in parallel?I too, am concern\ed about that motor in the confines of a Miller tail. so I have created the same air access, but have added a fan. This has resulted in some expense plus weight!But, I do think it will be wort it in the end.Will post pictures in my build thread.Brian
2018-06-11 21:13:32 # 50663
Comment by Dave D
Cool air in is only half the job.You need an exit at least as big. Out the bottom is fine, but it must get out somewhere.
2018-06-12 06:43:06 # 50672
Comment by Rick Eggers
The bottom is wide open from the back of the seat to the tip of the tail. I think this will work. I'm also going to wrap the exhaust pipe to help keep that heat out.

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