The manufacturers know what the operating temperatures their engines should be. In theory, a lower degree thermo. will reduce the temp. of the fuel-air mixture resulting in more horsepower. In reality, reducing eng. temp. below specs. won't allow internal parts to properly expand. That means sloppy bearing clearances and improper piston ring seal. On a fuel injected car, the ECM would be fooled into thinking the engine never fully warmed up(it won't), keeping the f\a mix too rich, that hurts horsepower.
Earnings per share on common stock are always lower.
If everything else is normal, one way to reduce the engine operating temperature is by changing the stock thermostat to one with a lower temperature rating. This temperature rating is the temperature needed for the thermostat to open which allows the coolant to circulate around the engine.
Stock price would not be stable, it will be keep changing.
you get more $.
Use the 195
It allows the corporation to raise capital.
the thermostat is located under the car just follow the big lower radiator hose to the motor and its right there True-- thermostat is located inside the engine part (water pump) where the lower hose attaches to the engine. Be careful with the bolts, use penetrating oil, you do not want to break one. Try to use a Subaru thermostat and gasket-- expensive, but cheaper than an overheated engine, most places do not stock the required thermostat, being an oddball temperatiue (167F), putting in a "regular 195F" thermostat WILL cook your engine. The gasket is really an O-ring affair-- it works nicely. Try not to re-use the old O ring gasket.
The top stock in the australian stock exchange is constantly changing due to the flux of the stock market. While one stock may be the best today it can become the worst overnight.
red means that the stock was lower on that particular day.
Not in the US, anyhow.
the best way to lower a car is with a drop spindel
Book stock simply is the amount of books that you have on hand. Stock is generally an ever changing thing, depending on how well the book is selling at the time.
Probably 192-195 degrees
180 degree is stock but you could also go with 160 degree
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No it will not improve perfomance or the way it runs the jeeps stock thermostat is set to the running temp of the vechile if you lower it your heater will suck and the engine will run cold and burn more gas so no the best would be to replace it with a fail safe thermostat whi'ch may help your vechile out.
Faster than you can handle, but its around 80mph stock. It can be easily altered with changing the sprokets! Faster than you can handle, but its around 80mph stock. It can be easily altered with changing the sprokets!
There is hardly any stock lower than one cent.
stock vs stock the wrx but barely. with a couple mods the gtp can beat a stock wrx. only because they have the advantage of awd.
between 195 and 220 for a stock thermostat
Lower 70s stock