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05 e350 6.0 eot

i have a 2005 e350 6.0 running a diablosport predator on the 60hp tune. according to the diagnostics on the predator, my ect is 190-200 on a regular basis. my eot runs about 130 on a regular basis. can oil be cooled too much? i am running an amsoil filter/bypass combo and removed the oem filter unit with 5w30 amsoil deisel oil. i did cut some vents into the front fenders to extract some heat. looking for some input, no problems now
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Your predator isn't measuring EOT correctly. Most likely its that unit, but it may also be your trucks sensor.

Its not possible with the stock oil cooler configuration for oil to be cooler than coolant at operating temp.
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thanks for the info. i'll try to find someone to recheck the eot this week. already been through a bad ficm and hpop fitting. hoping i can make it 1 more year without dumping another bucket load of money into it. i've got one year without major cash. i talked to the local ford dealer about an egr/oil cooler replacement and that was an impressive $3000. the thing that bothered me was they flush the coolant after the the new oil cooler is in. doesn't everything get trapped in the cooler?
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