You'll know as soon as you hook your trinity to it if it has a tune as your tune will be called modified. A stock tune will have something like PCM_05035348AD. If it has been tweaked (even tires sizes changed) it will have the word modified in the title.Thanks for the reply.
I'm not worried about the temps at all.
My only concern is if there is already some tuning in the car.
I popped the 180 stat in only cause I have the trinity coming.
A 180 stat alone does nothing if you can't program the fans. So when I saw it running much cooler with no tuning it made me worry that there might be some tuning in it. If so--- not sure how I get the tune back to stock.
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The only time a 180 stat won't run cooler is when you are sitting in traffic. As long as you're rolling, you are getting benefits form the 180 stat even though your fans haven't been reduced. My '08 Jeep GC fans run off of the power steering piump and there is no way to adjust when they lock up but I have a 180 stat and benefit from it 90% of the time.