I brought this up a while back but I still need to find a fix for my cooling issues.
Basically with my supercharger I am running hot on and off road down in AZ. I get that I will run hotter than normal during the summer in AZ but I currently run 70-75mph down the freeways and see my temp go from 181 degrees to 200-210 degrees. Then offroading I have see my temps run as high as 230 but normally sit 220-225. I am worried that this might be "to high," anyone have an opinion on this? With the supercharger I generate a ton more heat I am sure plus my radiator stack now has a 3rd core with the supercharger intercooler.
Currently my fan shroud is broken and I need to fix it, that might be a small part of my cooling issue as since the bottom is busted out of it its not pulling air as efficiently. I am also looking at secondary ways to add cooling while offroading and towing. I have thought of adding 2 "pusher" style fans to the front of the radiator stack. Then I can put them on a thermostat style switch with a manual shut off when crossing streams and such. I dont want to go with just electrical cooling fans because I dont want to have a single point of failure when offroading.
Another option is a differant radiator. Possibly a differant material, multi-core, etc.
What are your guys opinions and thoughts.