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Old 09-09-2014, 11:46 AM   #29
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Do this test: drive at 6000RPM for a few minutes and see what the oil temp does.
I hope you didn't mean 6k continuous for few minutes? Coz that would be ridiculous...
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Old 09-09-2014, 12:44 PM   #30
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Depends on what he means by a "few".

Looking at some data from my lap timer, I'm above 4K 95% of the time, above 5K probably 75% of the time, and above 6K maybe 30% of the time on the track.

6K might be overkill but he ran continuously at 5k or 5.5K that would be a good estimation of track load. Ideally he'd cycle up/down between 5K and 7K.
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I would bypass the throttle body coolant lines as well.

Want data for track/WOT pulls too.
Why bypass the TB coolant lines?

Surely they wouldn't over-engineer the TB to include a coolant loop if it wasn't needed.
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Old 09-11-2014, 12:45 PM   #32
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The throttle body coolant lines are there more for heating the TB on super cold mornings than for cooling anything.

Unless you live where it gets super duper cold, removing those lines from the TB won't hurt anything.



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Why bypass the TB coolant lines?

Surely they wouldn't over-engineer the TB to include a coolant loop if it wasn't needed.
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Old 09-11-2014, 01:23 PM   #33
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Is this basically the same thing shown in this thread? http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50427

Just a different way of installing the coolant hoses?
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Good info & observations. I'll certainly be look at this cooling route my self, certainly more elegant than the Laminova air/water intercoolers I've used in the past.
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The throttle body coolant lines are there more for heating the TB on super cold mornings than for cooling anything.

Unless you live where it gets super duper cold, removing those lines from the TB won't hurt anything.
Ahh yes! I forget not everywhere is as mild as Australia!
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interesting when can we get some WOT/track analysis?
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Is this basically the same thing shown in this thread? http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50427

Just a different way of installing the coolant hoses?

Would like to know too? Seem identical to the other one but double the price?
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Thanks for pointing out the other thread
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Real-time Oil temperature Analysis - Pre/Post Coolant Loop Oil Cooler Install

Basically the parts you need are:

21311AA170

21317AA070

Gates 3/8" Heater Hose. Gates Part #28489

Some clamps

Total should be around $200 after shipping.
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https://www.subarugenuineparts.com/oe_parts_cat.html

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^^ so the kit op posted is basically the same?
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^^ so the kit op posted is basically the same?

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