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Old 04-11-2007, 01:54 AM   #16
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Question for TCS rep. or other knowledgable racers,

Based on your understanding of the TCS, does it matter if you have longer tubes (more liquid) or shorter tubes (less liquid) in the system? Or is it insignificant?
There's no matter to have longer tubes or shorter tubes with TCS, cooling performances will perhaps been a little bit different but nothing significant...
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Anyone tried running these yet?
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Wow!!!

That cooling thing is pretty wild!
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Old 04-18-2007, 09:46 PM   #19
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You know that for a fact, or you are speculating that there is no performance difference?
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Hi,

A complete english translation of the TCS Thermal Cooling System review is now available at this adress :
http://www.gaz-on.net/TCS-Thermal-Cooling-System-for
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I would buy it.....except i think it is like 180 AUS dollars....good thing to try out

sure look flashy
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Question for TCS rep. or other knowledgable racers,

Based on your understanding of the TCS, does it matter if you have longer tubes (more liquid) or shorter tubes (less liquid) in the system? Or is it insignificant?

Anyone have tried to mount this on an EVO V? Does it fit on the evo V?
Hi , I'm Richard Weatherley, I designed and developed the TCS. I hope I can help.

We ran many hundreds of bench and track tests to develop the TCS, including some experiments in which we significantly varied the volume of coolant in the system. We tested from 5ml, which is the (tiny) amount in a typical installation, up to 30ml. It made no measurable difference to the performance of the TCS.

5ml up to 30ml worked the same.
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