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Old 08-06-2012, 11:27 AM
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Well I agree there will be less heat coming off the engine but I just don't think it'd effect trans temp much if at all.

When stock my truck's normal coolant temp was ~200-210 deg F. Trans was about 140-150 deg F. This is to and from work, no load.

With the 180 tstat and clutch fan removed(adjusted efan settings) and 2800 stall converter, normal coolant temp is ~190-200 deg F and trans ~140-150 deg F.
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