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Old 07-28-2007, 11:18 PM
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Question about EGT's

I just installed a banks sidewinder kit on my nonturbo 93 F350 crewcab with 237,000 miles on it and the paper that came with it said to keep the EGT below 1050*f but on their site under tech info it said that you can run up to 1300*f with no ill effects so which one do I listen to?

I used the truck the day after the install to pull a 10'000 lb camper to the mountains. Although we never maid it due to the tranny going belly up I did get it under some pretty heavy load and saw the EGT's get no higher than 950*f and still feels a little lazy but still is not comparable to pre turbo and it don't matter how hard you push it this truck won't smoke. Can I change the timing and/or turn up the fuel anymore without damage?

I have noticed that a turbo truck and nonturbo truck don't use the same injectors or pump. What is the diff and should I consider a change?

I have been thinking about doing away with the clutch fan and going to electric fans to free up alot of power. Can I do this and still have enough cooling?

Last but not least the trans cooler is mounted on the hot side of the radiator and I have always mounted them on the cool side in my gassers, can anyone tell me if there is some magic reason for this?
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Old 07-29-2007, 07:53 AM
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i dont have a clue on the non turbos but heres a free bump
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Old 07-29-2007, 08:18 AM
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i don't know what the EGT range is for your setup. on the vehicles that come with one stock, don't go past 1300 degrees for prolonged periods (just a few seconds).
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Old 07-30-2007, 01:18 AM
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bump it up
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Call Banks. It's his Sidewinder. He should know the average EGT range. (Don't call the techs...call Gale Jr. and get it from him. Though I bet he doesn't know.)
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My Banks power pack kit said do not exceed 1200 egt.
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1000 would be a good number. Putting a turbo on a higher compression motor makes the EGT's even that much more critical because the cylender pressure tends to create more heat in the cylenders too. They are netorious for melting down #7 if you push them too hard...
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im not 2 sure bout non turbos but u would deff be safe to bump 1300 for sure i mean in short burst they can take alot
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