- Sep 21, 2013
- Reaction score
- Ram Year
- Hemi 5.7
What Rick is implying is I drive like a grandma. And he is not wrong… I average 132°
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Grandpa Khris,lol.Don't worry i'm not much differant,around town i drive like grandma,but on the freeway i run about 85/90 mph. My local track is 155 miles away,and i don't dawdle on the drive there,lolWhat Rick is implying is I drive like a grandma. And he is not wrong… I average 132°
So I have one of Caulk’s bypasses in my possession now…what temps can I expect?
So the thermostats operation temps areGrandpa Khris,lol.Don't worry i'm not much differant,around town i drive like grandma,but on the freeway i run about 85/90 mph. My local track is 155 miles away,and i don't dawdle on the drive there,lol
Nothing like chasing a refrigerant leak only to find dye in the trans XDThe 8HP in the Ram 1500 trucks use the top couple rows of what's also the AC condenser as the trans cooler
There's no way anything from the refrigerant part of the fin coil to crossover to the transmission part. You can't even cross connect the tubing/piping between the two, as the connections are different.Nothing like chasing a refrigerant leak only to find dye in the trans XD
Jesse's/Caulks bypass isn't a permanent mod,you can always swap the stock thermostat back in for the winter,if you're transmission is running to cold.It's like swapping engine thermostats,way to many guys seem to think these are permanent mods,when you can swap the stock stuff back in for the colder temps.Anyone running the bypass have issues during the December Arctic freeze? If it’s -5 degrees does that mean your trans temps are 60 degrees? In Southeast Missouri my not towing temps are above 180 regularly and over 200 towing. 2019 Ram
What type of inline T Stat did you use? Western Wa does not get severe winters but would like a faster warm up time but the stock stat did not open until about 180deg.I’m in Florida and I didn’t care much for how the transmission shifted when it was under 120° which isn’t often here but also wanted faster warmups after deleting so installed an in line thermostat instead. Runs just under 160° currently. Will see how it plays out during the summer.