why not, what damage will it cuase.
i did it with my toyota corolla, didn't have any broblem but am not sure with a turbo car, also the weather was the same all year round (80-90 degrees) now am in houston
a 180 stat will keep you from overheating at a stop, say your stuck in traffic. without a thermostat there is nothing to keep you from overheating at a dead stop. the fluid will just keep circulating until you overheat.
A thermostat opens and closes to regulate heat. It stays closed when the car is below temp and open when it is above. When it's closed, the coolant does not go into the rad, thus getting hotter than usual.
If you don't have a thermostat, its the same as being open all the time. It would take much longer to reach operating temps in the morning, but I don't see any damage.
How does the thermostat stop your car from overheating?