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Old 08-06-2017, 09:32 AM   #1
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Water temperature

I have a Cummings 400 isl engine in my 2006 Monaco Diplomat. It has a rear radiator. Just trying to get some responses on what your normal water temperature is while running on a normal flat grade and what it climbs to while pulling a long 6% grade. Mine runs around 180 degrees on a flat grade and the highest I've seen it on a long 6% grade is 201 degrees.
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Old 08-06-2017, 09:54 AM   #2
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I have the same rig and mine runs in that same range. Last week we were on our way to the Black Hills and the outside temperature was close to 100. I saw a high of 206 on grades outside of Hot Springs SD. Highest I have seen so far.
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I see the same temperatures as Tony, with a side radiator.
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I have a 98 Dynasty 8.3 engine and last week climbing a long steep grade in the heat the engine climbed to about 207 and stayed there. It had been running at 180. A couple of
days ago the temperature was near freezing the temperature wouldn't get about 160
so when I get home this late fall I will change the thermostats as I don't like running the
engine that cool. I would like to run the engine at 190 but I can't get 190 thermostats
for the engine
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