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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 15, 2010 - 02:06 AM
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Here you go..

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http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2184725

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They are even fighting about it on that site!

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HEy Jim yes they are. I can tell you for what I know the outlet is on the bottom.
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From what I have read from GM the inlet is at the bottom where the thermostat is and the outlet is at the top. The coolant does flow through the engine different than a regular small block but that has nothing to do with the inlet and outlet.
 
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jtm311,

I know you did LS1 in your build. Why dont you just tell me how did you connect the radiators to the engine? Which water pump neck on LS1 did you connected to the driver side top radiator neck?

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The bottom on mine was the outlet. Sorry for the late answere.

Maybe Dale could help he also did his with the LS1
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http://kitcentral.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=3444 shows my piping off of the LS1. I have an LS1 manual I'll check for any info.

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Very nice. Thank you guys.

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I'm going to need the correct answer one day so I've been searching some more. From a GM tech article;

Most new GM engines produced until the late '80s used 195-degree thermostats installed on the outlet side of the engine.

GM cars produced since the early '90s typically use 180-degree thermostats (80- to 82-degree C) that are installed on the water inlet side of the water pump from the lower radiator hose. This is because water traveling from the radiator's lower hose is generally at a continuously stable and cooler temperature and does not cause the thermostat's operation to oscillate as frequently.

The forum listed by JTM shows a page (post #7) which tends to corroborate the above info, despite several opposing views.
http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2184725
 
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