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Re: Universal M25 Overheating Issue

Bingo! Looks like the mixing elbow did the trick. Took her out yesterday and was able to get up to 2300 RPM with the engine temp steady at about 170. Though I did have to back down to 2100 as the exhaust was putting out some black smoke at that high.
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