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Old 02-08-2019, 04:09 PM   #57
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Mine does that too, but automatically. It's called a thermostat.
Not really. Cold thermostat only suggests that the oil bypass. I have one of those too.
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But itís only 100 at idle with cold oil right? Once itís up to temp the idle pressure on this car is silly low isnít it? I donít have a pressure gauge so I donít have first hand knowledge of this.
It's silly low, like under 10 above 250 F. Been a long time since I let my oil get that hot.

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It's silly low, like under 10 above 250 F. Been a long time since I let my oil get that hot.


Which is fine.
The only time I got it that hot was during a 30 minute track session. Around the 24 minute mark it finally touched 250F. That was my first time on track, and I would say I took it somewhat conservatively too. I see why anybody who would track these regularly adds a oil cooler and/or runs thicker oil.

I used torque app to track the temp, it stayed around 230-235F most of the session.
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The only time I got it that hot was during a 30 minute track session. Around the 24 minute mark it finally touched 250F. That was my first time on track, and I would say I took it somewhat conservatively too. I see why anybody who would track these regularly adds a oil cooler and/or runs thicker oil.

I used torque app to track the temp, it stayed around 230-235F most of the session.
Oh, yeah. If you're doing it right, that shit gets super fucking hot. It's obscene.
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Not really. Cold thermostat only suggests that the oil bypass. I have one of those too.
Yea, it bypasses the cooler, in other words, the valve is closed until up to temp.
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Yea, it bypasses the cooler, in other words, the valve is closed until up to temp.
I was under the impression that roughly 10% still flowed through the thermostat?

Not sure if every brand though?

Thermostat range should be looked at closely, a 90į C for the street would be my pick, it would negate over cooling and the oil would be in a happy place when you decided to floor it.

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This is looks nice > https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...asp?RecID=8937

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That's about the right size. My oil cooler is too big so bypass flow is enough to keep the engine too cold. Been thinking about the high-temp thermostat too. There used to be one for the mocal plate but I can't find it tonight.


I have the 72-row series 1. It'll keep the engine cool in the absolute harshest conditions. Would be perfect for endurance racing.
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That's about the right size. My oil cooler is too big so bypass flow is enough to keep the engine too cold. Been thinking about the high-temp thermostat too. There used to be one for the mocal plate but I can't find it tonight.


I have the 72-row series 1. It'll keep the engine cool in the absolute harshest conditions. Would be perfect for endurance racing.
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It's silly low, like under 10 above 250 F. Been a long time since I let my oil get that hot.


Which is fine.
Thatís why you donít run the 0w20 the EPA ďrecommendsĒ.
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