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    Re: Mishimoto Thermo Bypass Install and thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by That_One_Person View Post
    @cgunter73

    Do you have a Deep Pan or any other mods installed?

    I installed a Revmax unit in the past few weeks.

    I almost forgot an o-ring going back in.

    Mine will get up to the mid 150s on my 33-mile commute in the afternoon heat.

    Better than 168-172 that it was doing.

    On short trips or my morning commute, I see the magic 140 number.

    No deep pan on mine.
    Keep in mind that @cgunter73 is currently operating with the thermostat assembly installed in his Mishimoto bypass valve.

    Your Revmax bypass doesn't have a thermostat, so it's a complete bypass through the cooler.

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    Re: Mishimoto Thermo Bypass Install and thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by AK Bob View Post
    Keep in mind that @cgunter73 is currently operating with the thermostat assembly installed in his Mishimoto bypass valve.

    Your Revmax bypass doesn't have a thermostat, so it's a complete bypass through the cooler.
    Ah yes, I had to double-check the original post.

    I figured I'd ask the OP anyway to see if there was a magic combo to get the numbers many claims.

    It couldn't hurt to compare brands even though most are similar outside the Mishimoto.

    For the price, the 15-20 degree average drop in temp in 80+ degree nasty humid midwest weather is hard to beat.

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    Mishimoto Thermo Bypass Install and thoughts

    I plan on removing the thermostat this weekend to compare.

    Towing my trailer, it ran about 180 one day (hot day) and around 170 the next (not as hot).

    After unhitching, it stayed around 155 160 on the highway and in town.

    To answer the question, no deep pan, just a stock pan.


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    Re: Mishimoto Thermo Bypass Install and thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by cgunter73 View Post
    I plan on removing the thermostat this weekend to compare.

    Towing my trailer, it ran about 180 one day (hot day) and around 170 the next (not as hot).

    After unhitching, it stayed around 155 160 on the highway and in town.

    To answer the question, no deep pan, just a stock pan.

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    I am looking forward to your results with the thermostat removed.

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