Re: Cooing system pressure
Going down the road after cruising at 60 miles an hour for about an hour my temperatures will be a little bit different than most because I don't have a factory oil cooler, it's a separate cooler mounted directly behind the t-case. It's driven off of it thermostatic switch so after driving for an hour oil temp is right about 200°, water temperature is 185°, pyrometer is 610°, boost is 7 pounds. With the oil cooler set up I have oil temperature will stay between 180° and 210°.
I would like to post pictures on the set up that I have but I cannot figure out how to do it.
2004 6.0 240000
Deleted factory oil cooler and installed high performance setrab with electric fans
New heads and injectors
Gauges pyro, oil temp, coolant temp, boost, coolant pressure
Cat elc coolant and filter
Blue fuel regulator spring upgrade