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Subject: Re: Water Temperature


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r a phillips
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Date Posted: 15:48:50 13/02/2012 Mon
In reply to: Aubrey 's message, "Water Temperature" on 22:37:26 29/05/2011 Sun

I may have parts or info, if you are interested pleaes reply by email.
rgrds Richard




>I have a Seamaster 27 with a 1600 ohv petrol Wortham
>Blake engine without a thermostat , recentley I had to
>change the water cooled exhaust manifold as it had
>split.The new replacement originally for a Watermota
>engine has slightly different water connections. This
>means that the water deperature is about 30-40 degrees
>c instead of the 60 degrees c it should be. Has anyone
>any idea how to resolve this or even where I can
>obtain the correct thermostat as I have been told you
>cannot use a car one,thanks.
>Aubrey

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