Doesn't mean I'm happy with that, I'm much prefer if it run at 90-95 especially with high ambient temps.
EGT and wideband lamda sensors are the only safe way of knowing what your engine is doing, but not seen them used much in marine environments.
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01-09-11, 17:18 #11
Last edited by vas; 01-09-11 at 17:24. Reason: oops, forgot the point I was meant to make...
01-09-11, 21:39 #12Registered User
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EGT absolutely, and common in marine enviornment. lambda sensors in engines which do not operate stoichiometric (Diesel cycle as opposed to Otto cycle) pointless! However suddenly we are discussing combustion temperatures at same time as coolant temperatures, simply nuts.
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