I know this has probably been asks many times, but would like some
opinions on the best way to remove air pockets from my engine..It
is a Chev Gen IV block 496 blown..Edlebrock pump, hole in thermostat,
aluminum radiator and heads. thanks
http://www.ntxtools.com/network-tool-warehouse/ROB-75260.html You can find other companies that make this tool we use this to fill are Race cars cooling systems you use your air compressor hose to this tool it pulls a vacuum on your engine and cooling system then you put the fill hose in a container filled with water or anti freeze while the system is in a vacuum turn the transfer valve to fill and thats it.
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