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Old 06-01-2012, 07:21 PM
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^^^are both engine oil coolers or tranny oil or ???
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Great pic razzele
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Originally Posted by razzele View Post


Hers what lurks behind my AP1 bumper


Told ya in front of the passenger side wheel! Sick pic
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Originally Posted by AusS2000 View Post
Aus, what oil temps are you seeing under what conditions?
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I've been considering where to install an oil cooler as well.

ALL turbo S2Ks should have one honestly. Have a look at oil temps in one and you'll see why. Especially track driven ones, then it's not an option even or shouldn't be.
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Is anyone logging oil temps?

It's possible for them to get TOO cold and do damage, something I'm worried about now that I moved from SoCal back to Seattle.

Also, what about just upgrading the size of the stock unit? Anyone tried that? I see some ups and downs with it, blocking more flow being the down.

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Also, Ptuning oil cooler kit is nearly $800 bucks?!?!?!? WTF!!!!

I can do a whole kit for about $100 bucks. Summit racing has everything you need. WTF is Ptuning doing to us? ....and can I get some Vaseline to go along with it
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Originally Posted by 05TurboS2k View Post
Is anyone logging oil temps?

It's possible for them to get TOO cold and do damage, something I'm worried about now that I moved from SoCal back to Seattle.

Also, what about just upgrading the size of the stock unit? Anyone tried that? I see some ups and downs with it, blocking more flow being the down.

-Greg
totally agree here thats why every oil cooler should have a thermostat in the system.

it takes almost 20 min for oil to get up to temp with the stock oil warmer/cooler cant imagine how long it would take with a cooler without a thermostat
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