Also keep in mind you are at altitude, where the air is thinner. On hot days, thinner still and lower on oxygen. Even with a turbocharger, it's starting at a very low point in terms of cooling air and combustion air. Expect to drop HP, and when you simply keep the hammer down expecting everything the engine has, and it cannot produce the power you are demanding due to a lack of oxygen, you will produce more heat as well. It will get rid of less heat because of the ambient temperature and because of the thinner air. From a purely technical perspective, this is how engines are overheated and destroyed. Consider this a cheap lesson in not expecting the impossible from your powertrain, assuming you got it back home in one piece.
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