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Posted is an AEM log, should be fairly straight forward and simple to understand. Can anyone guess what happened to the motor?
 

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I just see a couple of shifts (or letting off the throttle) with the coolant temp staying the same.
 

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Coolant temp looks like it actally goes down tward the end to me.
 

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My guess is nothing....until you stopped, then over heated.
Looks like you had enough air flow through the radiator to keep cool.
 

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Was sitting in a parking lot changing some settings on the AEM when my coolant temp rose due to the fans dying... I was so busy playing with the laptop that I didn't even notice the gauge increase and so I decided to take it out and do a couple pulls.. After the pulls I noticed the temps were really high. For anyone that doesn't know, stock thermostat = 180degrees and the coolant temp was 220+degrees. The temp gauge was maxed out at that point...
Temps should have been around 180-190F... I was curious if I did any engine damage so I ran a compression check which was like 170 in all 6 cylinders, so I'm wondering if I could have done any other damage?
 
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