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Old 05-27-2009, 08:13 AM   #21
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Good point. There's plenty of power and cooling capacity to spare on vehicles that aren't designed for fuel economy.

I've done 100% grille blocks and 100% radiator blocks (with the cardboard/coroplast directly against the radiator so air can't even come from around the sides) on my VW and my GMC and didn't manage to get the temperature to budge (with a couple extreme exceptions, and even then it wasn't anything to worry about).

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