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Cool Engine & Trans temps before and after supercharged

All temps are from bullydog gt.

Lightly loaded or empty

Before sc:
engine temp: 185
Trans temp: 185

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With sc:
Engine temp: 195
Trans temp:195
Normal driving.


Driving 80-90mph regardless of weather or temp both engine and Trans goes to 204-206.

Does anyone supercharged with bullydog see the same temp increase?

Running no tune.
Only reading bullydog gauges.
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all i can think of is the front s/c low temp radiator could be the cause of that.
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That's good news. 206 is nothing for a transmission.

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I have the edge cts2 which monitors both the torque converter and pan temp. It floats around 185-209 peak is usually once I'm stoping and starting more frequently.

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Towing 12' enclosed trailer with 4 Ktms. Prolly 2300 lbs.

80-85 mph light head wind.

Max engine temp: 206

Max Trans temp: 206-208 highest I've seen.

Does anyone know where the Transmission temp sensor is located?
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all i can think of is the front s/c low temp radiator could be the cause of that.
I agree.

Heat soaking the intercooler speeds up the process.

Also the blocked airflow.
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I'm guessing your truck is 2010+? The original ATF cooler was off to the side for this reason.

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I'm guessing your truck is 2010+? The original ATF cooler was off to the side for this reason.
but it did not benefit from the fan air at lower speeds and at high speeds the high pressure air in engine compartment prevented good air flow as well.
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i'm guessing your truck is 2010+? The original atf cooler was off to the side for this reason.
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Does anyone supercharged with bullydog see the same temp increase?
I have removed the blower, but still have the low temp rad in front of the condenser installed.
I am seeing engine and trans temps of 190 - 195 F under steady cruise at 70 mph.

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Heat soaking the intercooler speeds up the process.
I have an intercooler fluid temp sensor installed on my truck, and while I was running the blower I would rarely ever see fluid temps over 100 F - only after a run under heavy load.
I am in Canada though, so temps are cooler here overall.

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but it did not benefit from the fan air at lower speeds and at high speeds the high pressure air in engine compartment prevented good air flow as well.
Agreed, on my 2008 the transmission sometimes overheats while off-roading and climbing very steep hills at slow speed.
I think the new design with the trans cooler built into the condenser is better overall.

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I just loaded bd 93 SC tune.

I don't expect to see any temp change

I tried it before and couldn't really feel much difference other than firmer shifting.

Running 91 but I can't imagine it matters.

Time will tell.
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Airflow, especially with such a small differential before and after.
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The early system has the potential to be superior as it won't be adding heat to the air that also needs to cool the radiator behind it. The Land Cruiser still uses the side mount, but has an additional oil to coolant in the lower radiator Tank. A dedicated fan for the side mount will take care of slow speed work.

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