Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Farmersville/Dayton, Ohio
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In all the readding i've done i haven't really found any reason to switch other than "hotter" heat in the winter and the fact that IH used 203* t-stats in their trucks. If i have to replace mine i'll just get whatever is cheapest unless somebody does some testing and finds out if there is any advantage to either one. And honestly i don't see how 6* is going to even make a noticeable difference.
And to the OP, that sounds normal. I was running close to WOT the other day on the highway for a while and i don't think mine ever got past the O, usually its on the N.
97 F-250 ECLB 7.3/E4OD/4wd
, 216k miles: FFD 250/200%'s, stock turbo, built trans, e-fuel, Swamps IDM, shimmed 910's, Melling LPOP, welded cam gear/modified pick-up tube. Built and tuned by me
97 F-250 ECSB project truck:250/2's, Gen 3, S468, SD axles, studs/springs, ZF-6