I have been in the process of servicing my friend's PS3 upgraded MTH Veranda Turbine and have been presented with many challenges, including multiple frayed & pinched wires, a blown power chip resulting from one of those wires, and a bad tach reader. The power chip was replaced by a certified tech.
Everything is back in place, 100% functional, and the wire management addressed, but one issue remains: the temperature of the main board. Using the temperature probe on a multimeter, I measured 110F on the components circled (it actually feels hotter). The same type of components on the left side of the board also feel hot. This board is connected to a PS3 slave board - as rare as those are. I do not know the temperature of the components on the slave board.
To compare, I checked the board temp of a different PS3 diesel upgrade and it was mildly warm and did not merit checking with the meter.
I have shelved this engine over fears of the board self destructing while in use.
This one is over my head so any help is certainly appreciated!