For classic car owners, the arrival of warm weather means it's time to take the cover off your classic car and get ready to show it off at show events and the spring/summer cruise season.
Check out this clip of our appearance on a recent episode of Classic Drive TV.
Griffin Thermal Products (Griffin Radiator) and Evans Waterless Coolants (Evans) today announced a joint marketing program making Evans Waterless Coolant the official coolant of Griffin Radiator. The connection between the right radiator and coolant is critical to maximize cooling system efficiency and combining a premium Griffin radiator with the unique advantages of Evans Waterless Coolant improves performance and prolongs the life of an engine’s radiator and cooling system.
I recently saw on a forum someone asking how it can be possible to see a higher coolant temperature at the same time as our coolant is keeping the engine cooler. It's not as crazy as it sounds!
There’s the belief among some that the engine coolant can go through the radiator too fast and not have enough time to dissipate its heat or that it’s passing through the engine too fast to pick the heat up. This belief probably originated via the observation that removing the thermostat can cause the engine to boil over faster.