190 160 140 in most my dryers,turn high down to 170 in one store since a few customers burned some of their 100% ply colthes.
If your dryer not dry fast enough,air flow will be as important as dryer's temperature.
I just installed these dryers last week. Some people complained that they are not drying fast. So i changed the default from perm. press to normal and bumped the high temp from 180 to 190. I will see shat people say in the next couple of days. My only concern now is that i am running theses off a common duct....
STD32DG is the 126,000 BTU model,so each pocket is 63,000 BTU.
I guess that your old dryer is 80,000-125,000 BTU,so the new dryer will dry slower than the old one,low BTU model dryer will dry slower,if your vent ,make up air are ok,not a lot you can do about that.