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Old 07-20-2012, 08:04 PM
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6.7L CAC!!!!

Well i got my hands on one. im going to install where air pump is on right fender run cac tube to it and then to front cac. i will hook heater core coolant lines to it and see how much more it drops in comming air from turbo! then comes dry ice tank i will run that to it later. it will be very interesting to see how much IAT drops if at all! will keep any interested up to date!!
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Has anybody measured the air temp going into the stock 6.0 CAC?
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Old 07-20-2012, 09:43 PM
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Yep I will how you been man
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:04 AM
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Been good, haven't done much the last few weeks, too freaking hot outside! LOL!!
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You can see IAT1 and IAT2 with some OBDII readers. IAT1 will be from the MAF or sensor in the intake. IAT2 is on the intake manifold passenger side runner. My Terminator Engineering scangauge will show both, the IAT1 will run the same as OAT while driving around. IAT2 (for me) runs within 10-20* of OAT. I do have a Spearco and don't have numbers prior to the IC install.

Can you post up pics of the 6.7 tube??
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Old 07-21-2012, 06:20 AM
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You can see IAT1 and IAT2 with some OBDII readers. IAT1 will be from the MAF or sensor in the intake. IAT2 is on the intake manifold passenger side runner. My Terminator Engineering scangauge will show both, the IAT1 will run the same as OAT while driving around. IAT2 (for me) runs within 10-20* of OAT. I do have a Spearco and don't have numbers prior to the IC install.

Can you post up pics of the 6.7 tube??
I was referring to temps prior to going into the inner cooler, between the turbo and inner cooler.

He wants to add a 6.7 liquid cooler IC prior to the 6.0 IC. If air temps leaving the turbo to 6.0 IC is around 190*, then adding a 6.7 IC would be a waste.
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I don't think the hot coolant from the engine is used for cooling the CAC, I think the 6.7 has a separate cooling system for the CAC
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I was referring to temps prior to going into the inner cooler, between the turbo and inner cooler.

He wants to add a 6.7 liquid cooler IC prior to the 6.0 IC. If air temps leaving the turbo to 6.0 IC is around 190*, then adding a 6.7 IC would be a waste.
I understand. My info was to give info showing what I have seen between the two OEM IAT sensors.
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I understand. My info was to give info showing what I have seen between the two OEM IAT sensors.
Oops, my confusion!! LOL!
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