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air bubbles in radiator

Created On Wednesday April 03, 2013 19:51 Diesel Talk
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I own a 2001 379 with a 6nz cat she has all the hot rod tweeks done to her and is pushin some serious horsepower it has had a complete cat inframe done just prior to me purchasing it and now at 51000 mi since overhaul is getting air bubbles blowing out the overflow tube of the radiator I am well aware of what that could possibly mean but knowing it has a complete new cat engine kit installed I was wondering what the chances could be of the air pressure in the radiator being from the head of the air compressor it is really the only thing that isn't new if anyone has any comments or advise or even suggestions please reply either here or by email at j_n_s_truckin@hotmail.com any and all replies will be greatly appreciated thanksconfused

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