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Cooled the car down to about 90C using AC fans running. Parked for about 20 minutes and then checked coolant temp before start up. It was 87C. This is on a hot day with humid 29C ambient. I was impressed by this result as there are some very hot components under the hood like the cat, Turbo and of course all the engine internals. The fact that the coolant was able to absorb and reduce this while keeping the engine still below what I stopped it at in just 20 min is validation IMHO.
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