Spot on dude!Admittedly I've been giving Gridzila a hard time on youtube with some stern comments on his approach to the whole thing. It somewhat triggered me as the click baity title ("Overheat is alive and well") in his first video on track (when it first overheated) failed to address the route cause and seemed to alude to failure of the vehicle itself which we later found was not true. It all came down to a failed AN fitting or IMO more likely an installation error - if AN lines aren't routed in certain ways the vibration of the engine WILL cause it to loosen up. Its important that these things are tightened, marked, and rechecked and also lockwired, and I suspect none of which were carried out. The second video seemed to place some level of blame on the RV6 turbo which is erroneous as any turbo that continues to be run without a coolant feed will overheat and fail..
On the other side of the coin, we can use his videos as a 'what not to do' lesson for ourselves.