Hey ReplicaR, RichV, bonestock3.8DTH, MadStang and other [road]racer types, got a question for you fellas regarding cooling. I've got an Auto Meter water temp gauge; normal around-town driving it sits around 220 or so. With A/C on, maybe in stop and go, it could get up to 240. This is in Orlando, summer-ish, so it does get pretty hot outside. My stock cooling fan works properly, both low speed and hi speed come on per stock computer settings, and I have an "override" switch to force the fan on hi. I have a 3 core aluminum rad (though it's a no-name brand, I think it's pretty decent) and I run mostly water. I also use a Mr. Gasket balanced 180 deg thermostat (though I have had trouble with them sticking before). My question is what kinds of temps do you guys see? I feel like my temps are too high, or if the temps I'm seeing are normal for my situation then I need to be proactive about lowering them. I'm toying with the idea of relocating the coolant overflow bottle, getting an aluminum shroud on the rad that has spots for two electric fans, and wiring it up such that one comes on for "lo" and both come on for "hi." While, on the surface, this sounds like a good idea, it may be that the stocker is effectively the same and I will be wasting money and time on this. I wanted to get your guys opinion on this, see what you have done for temp management, etc. Thoughts?