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Figured I would make a post showing the various temp levels the CVT will go through as it warms up, as I have not seen them posted in detail before. Temps are as follows:
Below 68F/20C = Cold, 68F/20C - 121F/59.4C = WARM, 122F/50C - 193F/89.4C = OK (normal operating range), and 194F/90C+ is HOT. I know there is HOTTER range, but I don't know exactly when that kicks in. I've never gotten mine above 212F since I've had the OBDII adapter to actually see the temps. These numbers are all pulled from the CVTz50 app. Hopefully, this information can come in handy to someone.
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Do you have a CVT cooler ?
 

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Yes. I actually have two (Hayden 679 and 403 in series), plus coolant lines not going into the beehive warmer.
 

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I would hook the coolant lines back up. The coolant coming from the water pump will be colder than the engine, and your transmission is running hotter than your engine. Water/coolant does a great job of transferring heat, so it should drop the temp over what you have now. Yes, it is warmer than the ambient air around your coolers, but it will add more total cooling capacity.
 

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Yeah, I hooked them back up about two weeks ago. Was taking too long (imho) to get to minimum operating temp now that it's much colder out. Not having them only accounts for like a 10 degree F lower temp with my setup anyways with it this cold.
 

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