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Old 05-03-2014, 01:00 PM
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Coolant temp

What should the coolant temp run during hot summer months?
Right now it's 68 degrees out and my coolant temp usually runs about 192 but I saw it get up around 198 when it was 82 degrees


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Mines gets up to 200+ here in Miami when driving hard.

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Mine runs 180 to 184

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Mine runs 180 to 184

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With what temp outside?

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190-200 is perfect. They tend to like it hot

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Mines runs at 200 here in Miami. Once warmed up sometimesI it goes to if I'm driving alot 214 that's with the temp outside @ 85°
Thats one of the reasons I'm strongly considering getting the bpd air cooled oil cooler . it's just way too hot here.

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Mine runs 180 to 184

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Constant. 20 degrees to 70 degrees

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Mines runs at 200 here in Miami. Once warmed up sometimesI it goes to if I'm driving alot 214 that's with the temp outside @ 85°
Thats one of the reasons I'm strongly considering getting the bpd air cooled oil cooler . it's just way too hot here.

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Think about what you are saying...

I'll never tell someone not to get the bpd oil cooler, but if your oil is cooled by water that is 190-200* with ambient air temperature of 85* how is an ambient air temp of 100 going to change this if the coolant is still 190-200*?
Seems like a radiator/fan upgrade may be more prudent

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Sounds normal to me Nickelhead.

Usual temps for me 184-194 fully warmed up. On my 4 mile trips to and from work it might get to mid/high 170's. Towing 9K about 195-210 depending on highway or city.

Hasn't really mattered what the outside temps were after a couple minutes running. Been in the high 80's all week.
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another thing to consider if you're worried about high temps is get the 7.3 adapter from BPD and convert to a manual fan
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