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Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Brecksville, OH
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I bought these lines from Elite Diesel about 4-5 years and while I dont have any hard data, I did notice that my truck took longer to heat up but the average running temp stayed the same. Mine return back to the T-Stat housing.
When you take the heads off of trucks that do not have them it looks like the coolant just sits in the back of the head and cavitates. Someone did a thermal image years back and it showed the rear of the head was much hotter than the rest of it.
One thing... Couple these lines with a regulated return system and a coolant bypass and you got hoses running everywhere.
Here are a couple pictures of them from a couple years ago.
06 F250 Reg Cab. ARP's, RCD Billet Powermax, Warren 190/100's, Areo A1000 Pump, Driven Diesel Reg Return, All AN Lines from the sump, Intake and Exhaust, 4" BDS Lift, Long Arm 4-Link, Dana 80 swap, 1480 u-joints, 4"/.108 driveline, Detroit Lockers (both axles), Warren Trans w/ Billet Shafts, Drive Flanges, 35"s, Traction Bars, Front Suspension Stops(For Tug-A-Truck), Rear Suspension Stops, Custom Hitch, Roll Pan, Lots of Drive Shafts, Axles, and Pinions.