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I was having issues with Raptor at hwy speed when outside temps get to 90 deg. I Do not have any issues with the ecoboost. Average temps in summer are 112 deg , max 122 deg a few days
 

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Too bad gotta wait until tranny is apart to install it. I want it in there now !
 

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I swear everyone has always said the trans loop was solenoid controlled and wondered why it was not adjustable in the tuning. This explains it.

That is sweet but i wonder what its like in the winter. My trans would be like 10 degrees after i coast 17 miles down to SLC.
Yeah, I think that would be a issue. Ford wants the trans to get up to temp quickly (they even have a heater in the Gen2’s).

My trans takes forever to get up to temp as it is. Just thought I would throw it out there for those folks that only live in summers and tow heavy. May be a decent option.


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Do you think the flow is any better than with the stock thermostat full open?
 
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