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  2. Using a mechanical fan for a high horsepower application can work just fine if a couple of things are considered. A larger radiator, a larger clutch-fan, and a shroud would probably keep your engine cool; mechanical fans can sometimes work better than electric fans.
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  4. An ashtray is a receptacle for ash from cigarettes and cigars. Ashtrays are typically made of fire. As more women began to smoke in the early 1900s, the ashtray went closer to an art form heating so every time the owner would use either of these, the ash would inadvertently fly in their face or even all throughout the car.
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  10. The ideal situation would be to ceramic coat the underside and the flanges taht butt up against the heads. to keep the heat from the hot oil adding to the intake heat. Also ceramic coat the inside of the water jacketby the thremostat housing. Then apply a thin coat of silver engine paint to the intake, it'll look close to aluminum and you'll have the extra advantage of less heat radiating into the intake. Also if you can do it block off the heat riser passages. to cut down on more heat. The thin coat of paint will allow the heat that does get into the intake to pass through. There is also a heat raditing coating but it is black in color. You can read a great ceramic coating article about the truth at: https://www.bestnetreview.com/best-ceramic-coating-for-cars/
  11. I would use a 3D printer. My guess would be SLA is the best. Any other plastics like Delrin, Teflon, nylon, etc can be machined and cast, but at an insanely high price until you get to full scale production.
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