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    Ok, good to hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirikenewtron View Post
    Did some searching here first but couldn't find anything really.

    Seriously thinking about pulling the trigger on the Injen intercooler.

    Anyone running the Injen intercooler and if so what kind of ait2 number/temp drops are you seeing?

    These 2nd gen 3.5 EcoBoost run rediculously hot
    This pic is after about 25 minutes of driving and just a couple WOT's in 68 deg weather.

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    142 Degrees just cruising around like a normal person? Is that from the active shutters?

    I had a friend who bought a 2016 2.7 and said it could barely hold speed towing his 7500 lb GVWR trailer. He then went and traded it in on a 2018 3.5EB and said he still has trouble. It would slow down to 55mph on climbs. I have no idea wtf he is doing, but my first comment to him was maybe its overheating and he said no. Then I told him the intake temps are probably ridiculously high.

    My truck has never had that issue. It def gets hot and you can feel it cutting power, but it was never enough to slow me down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mass-hole View Post
    142 Degrees just cruising around like a normal person? Is that from the active shutters?

    I had a friend who bought a 2016 2.7 and said it could barely hold speed towing his 7500 lb GVWR trailer. He then went and traded it in on a 2018 3.5EB and said he still has trouble. It would slow down to 55mph on climbs. I have no idea wtf he is doing, but my first comment to him was maybe its overheating and he said no. Then I told him the intake temps are probably ridiculously high.

    My truck has never had that issue. It def gets hot and you can feel it cutting power, but it was never enough to slow me down.
    Yeah 142 after coming to a stop, it'll drop a good 10-20 degrees once I get going again as long as it's not totally heat soaked.
    That's crazy about your friend, my 2.7 was the coolest running truck I've had, my 13 wasn't as bad as this 19, these gen 2 3.5's run rediculously hot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mass-hole View Post
    142 Degrees just cruising around like a normal person? Is that from the active shutters?

    I had a friend who bought a 2016 2.7 and said it could barely hold speed towing his 7500 lb GVWR trailer. He then went and traded it in on a 2018 3.5EB and said he still has trouble. It would slow down to 55mph on climbs. I have no idea wtf he is doing, but my first comment to him was maybe its overheating and he said no. Then I told him the intake temps are probably ridiculously high.

    My truck has never had that issue. It def gets hot and you can feel it cutting power, but it was never enough to slow me down.
    What time of year was it? The only time I've had that kind of weight behind mine in the mountains was in December, but there was no trouble at all. That was with an Unleashed tow tune. I've had 7000 behind it in summer temps but that was flat land. Also good tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirikenewtron View Post
    Yeah 142 after coming to a stop, it'll drop a good 10-20 degrees once I get going again as long as it's not totally heat soaked.
    That's crazy about your friend, my 2.7 was the coolest running truck I've had, my 13 wasn't as bad as this 19, these gen 2 3.5's run rediculously hot.


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    In the middle of summer my IAT2's are right in that neighborhood while sitting in rush hour as well. The coolant temp bounces around between low 200's and 217 or so as well.
    These buggers run on the hot side for sure.
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