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RE: [T3] Fan Housing Air Outlets


<x-flowed>Unless there is some strange issue with T3's that I am unaware of I would 
say you would want to cap them. If you leave them open then most of the air 
is just going to flow out of those openings (path of least resistance), 
rather than over the cylinders where its needed.

Drake Lawson
San Jose, Ca.


>From: "CAD Man" <trav@vwherb.com>
>Reply-To: <trav@vwherb.com>
>To: "Type 3 Mailing List" <type3@vwtype3.org>
>Subject: RE: [T3] Fan Housing Air Outlets
>Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 13:42:47 -0600
>
>  > Do I remember correctly from previous posts, that
> >when running j-tubes on a type 3, you should NOT cap
> >off the fan housing outlets? Seems to me,that even
> >running the stock heat exchangers, when the valves are
> >closed (directing passing airflow to the atmosphere and
> >not the car's interior), this would be the same as
> >running the fan housing outlets uncapped...right?
> >Marc
>
>I saw this asked a few weeks ago and was waiting on it's reply, I'm now
>about to perform this same procedure so I'll put it back to the list.  I'm
>about to install J-tubes (I'll get to fixing my heater setup sometime 
>before
>next winter) and I'd like to know the same thing, do I leave the outlets
>uncapped or cap them?
>
>Travis
>'66 Fastback
>www.t3.vwherb.com
>
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