Gauge Mode: Trans Temp

Discussion in '2011 Ford SVT Raptor Forum (Reply Only)' started by debate, May 4, 2011.

  1. HAP

    HAP Full Access Member

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    Also, there is a larger OEM "Saudi" cooler that fits right in the factory clips that a few of us have installed. About a five minute job to upgrade.

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  2. Trick_Raptor

    Trick_Raptor The Cracker Raptor Supporting Member

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    I've seen that on cold CA mornings (for us 35°!) where after 15 miles after a cold start then on to the highway I would be in the 160° range at most. It will take long time to get to normal temps of 190°.

    And this was before I added a larger cooler last summer (Larger Ford OEM cooler mentioned by @HAP). So far our winter has been fairly mild with no real cold temps to see just how long it takes to get up to normal temp.
     
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    Hi, have more info on where to get this?
     
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    Thank you so much, going to order one now.
     
  6. smithassignment1

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    The average temperature of my ford is 95-deg approx. But when humidity level increases it goes on 180-deg sometimes. If they provide a machine which can calculate the oil and water temperature in gauge.
     

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