I/C and IAT temps

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  1. BAADCAT

    BAADCAT Senior Hellcat Member

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    does this seem normal? Maybe 20 minutes of driving, stop at a gas station restart and drive for another 20 min at 65ish. Seem kinda high to me for an 80 degree day. Although in Houston so very humid. image.jpeg
     
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    F6F-3 SRT Hellcat Owner Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    Yep
     
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    I never look at any of that shit.
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    BAADCAT Senior Hellcat Member

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    Lol
     
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    Are you using a stock air box or the Bwoody tube?
     
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    BAADCAT Senior Hellcat Member

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    Stock air box and filter.
     
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    Ya it's normal.
     
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    Normal. I didn't get a CEL until 183 degrees using Bwoody. After I installed the harness from them, the temp reading is cold as ice.
     
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    Gracias!
     
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    TallCool1 Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Nat'l Hellcat Tech Advisor HCC Charter Member

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    Another thing to consider is monitor cac temps data is presented at obd interface, each cac temp is a seperate pid (temp sensor.)
     
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    Wow. 82 here today and intercooler was ~90 and iat was 105 cruising at 60mph. This is with a bwoody. Iat was a little higher with the stock box in similar temps. No houston humidity though.
     
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    Seems high to me. Although I never looked at my IATs until I put a BWoddy intake on. I've never been in the 150s. Especially driving at 65mph. But again, I never looked at that stuff with the stock intake on.
     
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    I think thats a bit high, especially for the intercooler temp. Just cruising you are not in boost so I don't think it should go up too much. Mine doesn't get much higher than ambient temp unless I'm going into boost, then it climbs.
     
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    PS this is post bwoody heat exchanger install. I think the numbers are too high considering that. Was 72 driving in at 5AM this morning and it got up to 127-130.
     
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    Hmm there may be some air in the supercharger coolant system preventing proper flow - those temps seem awfully high.
     
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