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Old 01-30-2020, 03:44 PM   #1
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Edelbrock SC kit compatibility with Greddy oil cooler?

Probably mostly dreaming here, but considering purchasing an Edelbrock kit for my 2017 86.

After reading through the installation manual, it appears that the heat exchanger and electric pump may interfere with the Greddy oil cooler kit I already have installed.

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Can anyone provide any insight on this? Thank you!


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@CSG Mike - did CSG have that combination? I think one of the cars has had a greddy oil cooler, and know one had the edelbrock, just not sure if it was the same car at the same time.
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You'll need to modify the bracket, but it *can* work with modification.
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You'll need to modify the bracket, but it *can* work with modification.


Thanks for that input. Which bracket? The heat exchanger or mount for the pump?


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Thanks for that input. Which bracket? The heat exchanger or mount for the pump?


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The bracket for the oil cooler, as it wants to occupy the same space as the Edelbrock LTR. You need to push it forward a bit.
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