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Old 10-27-2017, 03:50 PM
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Just as a data point, in the summer I see 190-200in a climb. I climb at 25/25, 125-130kts. In summer temps, in cruise at 65-75% I see 180-185. In winter I typically have to completely close off the oil cooler.
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Old 10-27-2017, 05:24 PM
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...at cruise I tend to stabilize at 200-205F, but then will quickly roll down to 180-185F stay there for about 15-30 seconds then start to climb back to 200F. There doesn't seem to be a constant cycle to this temp change, but I notice it 3-5 times in a one hour flight.
Mine cycles about 10 degrees in cruise, 185 to 195. I have a theory, but it needs a test, and I can't get a particular plug out of the accessory case...
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Old 10-31-2017, 05:56 PM
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Sorry a bit slow what is the theory? I haven't made it to the airport in a few days (out of town) but am going to pull the V/T and see if the seat looks OK and them take it from there.
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