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    The program is called Camquest and according to Comp Cam's website is currently down for maintenance and updating. Sorry I didn't realize.
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    Intake to core, core to water pump. Restriction needs to be on the side coming from the intake. If the thread size didn't change, I don't see why that part wouldn't get the job done.

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    That is a trick looking piece. Keep the little bit of excess pressure in the engine and not in your hose as compared to the more traditional restrictors.
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    Thanks guys

    Another technical question: Engine Oil Cooler. I have the stock one but a lot of sources online say they can do more harm than good on a street car. With todays synthetic oils it makes it even less necessary. It's cool to have, but also a fail/leak point. Should I delete it?
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    If you get your engine up to temp when driving around and do the occasional 20+ minute romps after warming up to burn off any condensation that's built up, then you shouldn't have any issues. Doing a quick run somewhere that takes about 15 minutes to get there and not staying long enough for the engine to cool off and driving home will also probably be enough. It only really comes into play when your normal drive is under 10 minutes as there's not really enough time to get up to temp properly, oil cooler or not.

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    86 Lincoln Town Car (Galactica).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadget73 View Post
    ooOOOoo

    Nice.

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