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Old 07-16-2014, 02:52 PM
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What is everyone seeing for temps (deleted)

I have the SCT SF3 with custom tunes, s&b intake, and 4" straight pipe. EGR is allegedly turned off but I havent taken it out yet (this week I will). The other day I had a light trailer (probably 2500lbs) rolling on 35x12.5x20 doing 80ish on the highway in like 85degree weather. Coolant was fine, right around 200 or less (196, 198) but the oil was up at like 212, 215, maybe even 217 for a few minutes. When i slowed down it cooled back to 210ish.

The only time ive seen it that high was carrying a 9ft xblade up the highway on a 40degree day...that was like 220 until i got off the highway and took back roads. ALSO i was not deleted at this time !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'd slow down. But on topic, that's normal temp split. These don't act like 6.0s
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What oil temp would be a problem (230F or higher?). I'm trying to decide where to set my alarm on my 5015.
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What oil temp would be a problem (230F or higher?). I'm trying to decide where to set my alarm on my 5015.
I was worried at 220...I'm not expert but I'd set it at 220 or 225
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I was worried at 220...I'm not expert but I'd set it at 220 or 225

I've heard some reports on here of oil temps up to 230F+ while towing in the heat. That is scary to me but I'm not sure what the critical temp would be.


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I've heard some reports on here of oil temps up to 230F+ while towing in the heat. That is scary to me but I'm not sure what the critical temp would be.


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I've seen up to 240 oil temp towing 25 k lbs up a 8% grade.

My thought is temporary spikes up to that temp is not to bad as long as you don't keep it there too long.

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