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Subject: calorifer to my seamaster 27


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Nigel Handscombe
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Date Posted: 08:26:10 17/05/2006 Wed

I have fited a calorifer to my seamaster 27 that has a Wrotham Blake Ford crossflow engine, raw water colled can any one advise me as to where is the best place is to pick up the hot water to heat the calorifer I have tried many configurations without success.
The most promising place to date is to pick up the hot water from the thermostat housing however once the thermostat opens ther appears to be insufficient flow through the calorifer. The water pump is working fine with a new impeller, with a very good strong flow through the exhaust, is there a trick to improving the flow through the engine.
Any suggestions most welcome
Best regards to all
Nigel Handscombe

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Re: calorifer to my seamaster 27Harry Gordon15:28:35 10/08/2006 Thu


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