<VV> Parade help for a late model Vert.
J. R. Read
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Wed May 29 20:19:53 EDT 2013
Don't let them sit on the top bow. Instead, put blankets or towels on the seat cushion and back. Then put a milk crate (two if for two people) on that with more cushioning on top of the crates to make it softer for the passengers rear(s). Feet on the floor - not on your seat.
--- On Wed, 5/29/13, Ron <ronh at owt.com> wrote:
From: Ron <ronh at owt.com>
Subject: Re: <VV> Parade help for a late model Vert.
To: GPARob at aol.com, virtualvairs at corvair.org
Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2013, 5:51 PM
I have run my Corvairs, early and late, in local parades for many years and
have never had a problem with any of them running hot. All of them have
full underside shrouding, thermostats and doors along with tempreatures of
over 100 degrees for the July 4th parades and have never given a problem.
Corvairs simply don't overheat at low speeds, ever!
----- Original Message -----
From: <GPARob at aol.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 2:25 PM
Subject: <VV> Parade help for a late model Vert.
> Hey, all! A quick question OK, two....
> I've got a late 67 Vert with a new engine, Auto, with baffles and
> thermistors and doors in place. (is that the right terminology? I've not
> of them for a while).
> I'd rather NOT disconnect them, but expect the temp could be in the 90s
> the next couple of weeks. Should I disconnect them?
> Second. How do I protect my top when I have two or three people sitting
> on the back of the cover?
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