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Old 07-03-2003, 11:27 PM   #1
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I had a really bad flip with my ntc3 without the body(dont ask) and it really messed up the cooling head. Im wondering if it is possible to interchange the std sirio .12 head and the outlaw sirio .12 or any other cooling head since i cant seem to find the std cooling head. It seems to run fine with the bent fins, it just looks ugly.
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doubt u could do that... because you would most likely end up with different compression
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So da head would determine the compression of the engine rather than the head button(which is interchangeable)???
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Sausage link is wrong the button is the important part to match up. Any head that will fit over your button is fine.
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So i could basicly use any nova based cooling head?Thanks
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So i could basicly use any nova based cooling head?Thanks
I dont own a sirio, but as long as the holes line up and the button fits through you should be able to use any head. I would personally get a sirio head as they are guaranteed to fit.
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