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Old 12-14-2012, 10:16 PM
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Personally my 180 deg (advertised) tstat opens at ~187 deg (actual) and I monkeyed around with my fan on temp settings for 6 months + and then ended up setting it around 203 deg. So it would come on at 203 deg(after sitting idle for like 5 minutes only would it get that high) then turn off at like 195. With this setup the fan very rarely was running, and it was just when sitting idle that it ran. The truck ran cooler at all times still, as compared to stock. I recently put the settings back to stock and put the clutch fan back on, just because I don't really notice any difference. I left the 180 tstat though and the efan almost never runs.
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