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Old 05-25-2012, 04:59 PM
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Spartan temps?

Hey guys I need help...
EFT1 on my Spartan is running very high. It is all over from 125 -163... 60% of the time it's 140-155(alarm range for spartan)

Also I watched these temps pulling my skiddsteer:
EOT- 200-206
ECT- 204-213
EFT1-140-163
TFT-165-192
EGT's- highest ever-1200

My temps move a lot, that's why the ranges. I see these temps a lot and not just pulling, maybe alittle lower but close ish. Haha Are these normal?? I live in SC so some hills but no mountains.
I know I shouldn't have but I was in my 250 hp tune because I was only going 15 miles. I barely touched the pedal! Lol
The EFT1 worries me.. Help me out here fellas.
2008 F350 cclb studded deleted and spartan.
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:42 PM
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My EFT1 temps run close to 135 most of the time towing stock. On hills kept hitting 140 also. Haven't loaded a tune in it yet cause I need to do my exhaust.
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Old 05-26-2012, 08:36 AM
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Mine runs mostly over 140.. No matter what tune. I've tried 40hp 210hp and 250hp.
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Towing your temps seem fine.
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Check your fuel cooler coolant reservoir. It may be low.
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Don't forget the fuel filters.....lol....
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Old 05-29-2012, 08:10 AM
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Don't forget the fuel filters.....lol....
I assume this a shot at me?
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:46 PM
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finally got my exhaust done and loaded up the 275 late lock tune, ran around with it for the past few days, and the EFT1 temps are actually lower now than they were stock. Not sure why, but as long as they are safe temps, I don't care.
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Your temps look like mine and from what i have seen that is fine
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