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Kelly's Nightmare
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Anyone have any pictures or can you tell me how to burp or keep the radiator air pocket free when it's layed parallel to the to the ground?

so i need to run a larger radiator if it'a mounted flat?
 

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x2...might end up going this route also!
 

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i actually put a filler neck up high. they make a rad u can buy with no filler neck. so u dont have to worry about it leaking.
 

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Just make sure the front of car is up or on ramps.
And use a expansion type filler at the t-stat and burp from there.
 

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What about on a car with a "dry" intake manifold and no filler provision?
 

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Where are you pumping from and to?

High side of the return from the rad is the place to burp from.
 

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you can also use an air vac which some tool companies sell. it uses compressed air to pull a vacuum on the system and then you let it suck the antifreeze in. we use it all day long at our shop.
 
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