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I put a 460 in a 92 Lx coupe. I put AJE K-member to lower motor a little but my radiator is still below my intake. Now I tried to put a rad cap on my water outlet but i think where the hole is only 1/2 plug its not getting all the air out of it. Does anybody know the trick to this or do they make something for this?
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Install a bleeder in the line somewhere or put the car on jackstands or car ramps in the front to get the rad higher up.

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