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Old 06-13-2009, 11:36 AM
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5r110 temps

what are the transmission temps that people are seeing ? interstate temp and m.p.h. towing and unloaded? also normal city driving, towing and unloaded. post outside air temp also. post upgrades like additional coolers,deep pans etc.
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The Hottest I have ever seen my tranny was 185* pulling 12k through fresno CA. when it was 113*outside. Now that I have an SCT, pulling a 12k 5th wheel in the mountains is a breeze and my temps will not exceed 150* with the ambient air at or around 80*. I do have a Mag Hytec pan, and I would have to say it is worth a good 20* cooler.
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160 tops unloaded so far
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160 at 90 degrees on stop and go traffic
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170 towing 6K in 95* heat. 160* unloaded in 100+ heat. Tranny is stock.
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Darn boyz - I'm gettin to 210 after 30 mins driving with a Mag Hytek - Bothers me, every mechanic tells me no worries till I hit the 230 range
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Darn boyz - I'm gettin to 210 after 30 mins driving with a Mag Hytek - Bothers me, every mechanic tells me no worries till I hit the 230 range
Are you towing to get those temps? If not you have other issues. You might want to try some different gearing for that size tire, that will help some.
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155 at 75 mph interstate, unloaded with air temp at 88*. 37" tires with 3.73's. i do have a mag hytec. i will post stop and go traffic temps on monday.
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Darn boyz - I'm gettin to 210 after 30 mins driving with a Mag Hytek - Bothers me, every mechanic tells me no worries till I hit the 230 range
i would put that on Ford's "ids" and find out what is wrong with it. go to the dealership, they have the complete diagnostic tools. that just seems too hot.
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210* towing 12k lbs up a 6.5% grade for 6 miles just outside of Camp Verde, AZ; It was hot, but I don't remember what the temperature was. It quickly settled back to 180* once I got passed the hill.

PS. The Torqshift can handle more heat than it's cousin-4R100. Unless you are consistently over 220* for any length of time, you are probably ok. It sounds like Boggsie's situation is unloaded, so it likely has a blockage somewhere.
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