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PostSubject: Rev counter   Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:46 am

I'm thinking of buying a Rev counter and the reason is I am paranoid about over heating and my theory is that if the fan belt drop then the rev counter wont get a signal which will alert me to the fact that the belt has broken, I know I could get a stat but I don't think that would be as reliable? has anyone else got any other ideas? Thumb

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PostSubject: Re: Rev counter   Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:46 am

Never thought of that and when you think about it it makes perfect sense, I have to admit I do worry from time to time about not being able to see a temp gauge and have pondered in the past about fitting some sort of thermostat but this might be the answer.
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