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Old 02-04-2015, 09:49 PM   #36
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This is true. Do not flash over tunes on SCT3's. Just delete and load on blank slot. Hybrid tuning can happen.
You may be a little confused. Grabber was talking about flashing the ECU, not loading tunes onto the tuner.

But is this something to be concerned about as well? I'd imagine a PC with more logic than our cars' ECMs would be able to delete + write files instead of having to flash (overwrite) which would again cause hybrid tunes. I've just been using the same slots.
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Also he says he recommends to every coyote owner to swap to a 170 thermostat. Have any of you actually done that?
I don't think it really matters that much dropping temps 10 from stock 180.

Maybe I should start a new thread on this...

But some people say you should drill a 1/8" hole in the outer ring of the (stock) thermostat, so there is always SOME flow, even if the thermostat gets stuck/binded. Now this is coming from people who I run on road courses and we do 20-30 minute sessions with a lot of WOTs in there.

Obviously, this would be not be good in very cold climates as it would keep the engine from warming up quickly.
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I don't think it really matters that much dropping temps 10 from stock 180.
is stock definitely 180???
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is stock definitely 180???
Either 180 or 190. I've seen conflicting reports.
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My car always ran at 201 degrees give
Or take a little lower or higher. Now it stays around 183 degrees with the 170 thermostat.


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Thanks brother. This info is making my decision on the same thing easier.
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