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fgvillegas
i recently shift to a standalone ecu and have my cams adjusted to provide maximum power and torque. i was again happy witht the dyno result. however, i noticed that my water and oil temperature is higher than usual so i'm planning to install an oil cooler to ease up the heat. i'm not sure, though, if an oil cooler without a thermostat is sufficient. the one with thermostat is so expensive that's why i'm opting for the other one.

my question is, would it be difficult to reach the normal operating temp if there is no thermostat in the oil cooler?

please enlighten me. smile.gif

thanks.
Smaay
you will have no problems with a normal oil cooler, im curious why your normal operating temperatures have risen.
fgvillegas
QUOTE (Smaay @ Nov 19, 2010 - 1:10 PM) *
you will have no problems with a normal oil cooler


thanks. does size matter? i'm just planning to get a smaller one.

QUOTE (Smaay @ Nov 19, 2010 - 1:10 PM) *
im curious why your normal operating temperatures have risen.


the cams were set more aggressively.
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