Originally Posted by jachard
Maybe so, but if you look at all of the Porsche race cars, they regress back to more oil cooling. Plus the last of the oil cooled 911's are still considered the most collectible as they were the pinnacle of the development. None of these companies are going to H20 cooling for better performance, it's all about emissions.
I get what you're saying. I would still think that water-cooling an engine is still by far the most efficient way to keep emissions down and hold the engine at an optimal temperature to produce the most power.
But, hey, I'm an IT guy, not a mechanical engineer designing engines...Dad always said, " Son, if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit." I can't even come up with enough bullshit in this case........and I'm a "Consultant", or so my job title tells me. I think my job description says somwhere that if I can't fix the problem, there's good money to be made prolonging it.