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Old 08-15-2016, 09:28 PM
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Default Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler

Hey guys, I thought I'd share this for those that don't want to run a separate oil cooler. What are your thoughts? I've copied the info from the website: http://jacksonracing.com/jackson-rac...toroil-cooler/



Key Points:

Increased Cooling Capacity
Integrated Liquid to Oil Cooler
True Plug and Play Solution
Consistent Oil Temperatures
Heavily Tested

SYSTEM FEATURES

42mm CSF Racing Radiator Core
– 200% increase in cooling surface area vs OEM
– CSF Exclusive B-Tube Technology
– 15% more surface area with CSF B-Tube vs standard oval tube
– Multi-louvered fin with more surface area contact between the tubes & fins for better heat transfer efficiency
– Factory tested

Integrated Liquid to Oil Cooler
– Maintains 30ºF temperature delta with coolant
– Thermostatically controlled via cooling system
– Brings proper oil cooling for Street and Track enthusiasts

Jackson Racing Oil Cooler Adapter
– Engine Oil Cooler Adapter with -10AN Fittings

-10AN Oil Cooler Lines
– Pre-Assembled at Jackson Racing
– Aeroquip OE Quality Oil Hose

Hand Polished For Mirror Finish

Jackson Racing 1.4bar High Pressure Cap Included

Industry Leading Customer Service & Support
– 35+ Years of Proven Performance
– Installation Manual

Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler: (click on link)

FAQ

Q: Do I need to add more engine oil with the oil cooler kit?

A: Yes, an additional 0.5 quart of engine oil is required when installing the Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler.







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I saw this on MotoIQ. If I didn't purchase a Sake Bomb oil cooler I would have gone this route.
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I saw this on MotoIQ. If I didn't purchase a Sake Bomb oil cooler I would have gone this route.
was this under the s2000 build on MotoIQ, I would like to read more about it.
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holy cow that looks fantastic! im gonna buy myself one now!
Thanks for the share!
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anyone on this forum running around with this thing? if so what are your thoughts on it!
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How likely is it to fail and mix oil with coolant?
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How likely is it to fail and mix oil with coolant?
That depends on the quality of the cooler they use for the oil. Loads of OEM cars are setup like this. I run a shop and the failure rate is pretty rare. The Transmission cooler in the rads fail more often. But I can tell you, the customers that buy the cheap ebay rads the cooler failure is near 100%. Had a guy recently put an $81 radiator in his car. Then had me do the head gasket. After doing the head gasket he had oil mixing with coolant again. He of course brought it back, we found it to be the radiator. Thing was bran new. So it's all down to the quality of the core.
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whats the price on this thing? i cant find it
EDIT: Jackson Racing Dual Radiator/Oil Cooler: $895USD
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The only thing this radiator is missing, is dual pass orientation.

I'd prefer the sideways dual pass unit and a seperase oil cooler for better piece of mind
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IMHO, this is the correct way to route an oil cooler. It maintains the differential between oil and water, heating it faster. It is also easier to mount. It is common in oval racing: https://www.crracing.com/radiator_li..._outlet_closed


I had seen a Japanese version, but is was $1400. At $895 this seems reasonably priced. The stock car one pictured below is $750 without houses, adapter, etc.
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