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Old 01-21-2014, 05:15 PM   #1
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jackson Racing engine oil cooler - modular to fit the Jackson Racing Supercharger!

Jackson Racing has been testing this setup on their cars for months now. Since we desperately needed an engine oil cooler and didn't know where to put it... we decided to go with their setup.



The Supercharger's oil cooler gets relocated further right (looking from the front) toward the driver's side, while the Engine oil cooler is located directly next to it on the passenger side. The engine oil cooler has been specifically sized to maximize airflow through the front bumper opening, and through the intercooler for supercharged applications.

The bracket itself is NOT mounted to the plastic floor pans of the car, but rather onto the car itself, using extension arms that are supplied with the supercharger kit. You won't rip out your oil cooler (and FMIC) if you damage your undertray with this setup!

For those that want this oil cooler on a NA application, a separate bracket will be available, locating the oil cooler in the center.

We tested this past weekend at the first 2014 86CUP event, and took First place with the fastest time of the day! Engine oil temps were rock solid stable, and never got over 240F, even when we were drafting other cars for several laps at a time on purpose [sorry @ImperiousRex @mav1178] (drafting results in less airflow through the front bumper opening, because the air is extremely turbulant behind another car).

Compared to most air-oil coolers on this market, this setup utilizes a slightly shorter, but wider oil cooler to maximize the airflow coming in through the front bumper. This is particularly important for those with a forced induction setup with an intercooler; the intercooler prevents the air from flowing "up" as much, since the air can only flow through the intercooler. In the case of the Jackson Racing Supercharger, the engine oil cooler sits directly behind the FMIC for maximum flow.


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Another picture to show the full size of the oil cooler. The kit includes a thermostat, so you can't *overcool* your oil, but it'll certainly prevent it from cooking.


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jackson Racing engine oil cooler - modular to fit the Jackson Racing Supercha...

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Great! Any eta to public Mike?
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Looks very similar to the Perrin (Mocal) core and fittings. Is the bracket for side-by-side mounting a separate purchase or is that included with the JRSC kit? I'm still convinced that the Perrin OC kit can be adapted to this bracket with no modification. Might have to get different length lines but I'm sure you can route them just fine back there.
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Looks very similar to the Perrin (Mocal) core and fittings. Is the bracket for side-by-side mounting a separate purchase or is that included with the JRSC kit? I'm still convinced that the Perrin OC kit can be adapted to this bracket with no modification. Might have to get different length lines but I'm sure you can route them just fine back there.
The bracket is supplied with the oil cooler; everything is modular and existing supercharger kits already have the necessary holes to mount the engine oil cooler bracket.

This is a Setraub core that is a little shorter, but substantially wider. Overall surface area is comparable.

If you're willing to re-drill and re-weld this bracket, you could, theoretically, use the Perrin OC core.
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Another picture to show the full size of the oil cooler. The kit includes a thermostat, so you can't *overcool* your oil, but it'll certainly prevent it from cooking.

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Data logged two weeks apart (Sept 27, Oct 05) with AIM SOLO DL:

BRP 13CW / No Oil Cooler / Ambient: 76F Hi / FTD 2.08 / => Oil Temp 270F Hi
BRP 13CW / JR Oil Cooler / Ambient 97F Hi / FTD 2.07 / => Oil Temp 228F Hi

Get an oil cooler guys
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I'm looking into getting the JR oil cooler right now, but plan on supercharging in the future. Can I install the SC version of the oil cooler on my NA set up? I just don't want to order the NA setup now, and then order the SC brackets/ various other components when I pull the trigger on the SC.
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I'm looking into getting the JR oil cooler right now, but plan on supercharging in the future. Can I install the SC version of the oil cooler on my NA set up? I just don't want to order the NA setup now, and then order the SC brackets/ various other components when I pull the trigger on the SC.
Nope, the SC version require SC components to bolt up. When you convert from NA to SC, all you need is a different bracket and lines, which are readily available.
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Data logged two weeks apart (Sept 27, Oct 05) with AIM SOLO DL:

BRP 13CW / No Oil Cooler / Ambient: 76F Hi / FTD 2.08 / => Oil Temp 270F Hi
BRP 13CW / JR Oil Cooler / Ambient 97F Hi / FTD 2.07 / => Oil Temp 228F Hi

Get an oil cooler guys

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The latest version of this cooler that we put on had the clamps on the push lock lines, just an FYI for folks who are worried about leaks etc...shouldn't have any issues there.
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The latest version of this cooler that we put on had the clamps on the push lock lines, just an FYI for folks who are worried about leaks etc...shouldn't have any issues there.

Interesting. Maybe the earlier versions some of us had need to get some clamps. I haven't had any issues, but it might be a good safety precaution...
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General oil cooler question here: how do you drain the oil that is in the core and oil lines when you drain the oil pan during an oil change? Or is the amount negligible and simply just drain what's in the pan and then fill her up with new oil?
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