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Old 05-16-2019, 11:15 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by dpaqu View Post
From reading your posts it looks like you have a lot of track time. Any thoughts on the oil to water setups?
I'd keep your cooling systems as separate as possible.
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Old 05-19-2019, 09:10 PM   #30
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If your not going FI a separate oil cooler is all you need. The stock radiator is more then up to the task for cooling. I went with the Jackson racing dual cooler as I have a sprintex supercharger kit and did not want to have an additional radiator in the path of the intercooler increasing IAT's. The size of the oil cooler, the number of events you plan to do and your skill will determine what size you need. Look at map's kit. You can get the larger kit for pretty cheap which uses mocal parts.

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Had a Jackson racing dual radiator/oil cooler installed this past month. First couple track days without the cooler I’d see 270ish temps, now at track I’ve barely touched 230.

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I have better data logging capabilities this year than I did last year. Once we get to proper high summer, I'll be happy to post some graphs from some of my track days. All I can say is that an oil cooler is a good idea, I stand by my statements, and everybody gets to determine their own risk profile for their own car. For me, I will pour any sensible amount of money into improving oiling because this platform has serious oiling issues and I believe this is the primary reason for track failures. An oil cooler is a cheap start, and surely will not be the last thing I do.
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