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Old 04-20-2023, 11:10 AM   #15
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unless you're doing UOA at every interval its not super important.

more important is regular maintenance as needed.
We do UOAs at every oil change and beat this thing like a rented mule, and have very good UOA results, because as you mentioned OCIs appropriate to usage is important.
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No. It's a fraction of what's remaining in the engine anyway.
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We tee in a drain valve, or if access is easy, just pull the lower line. OEM coolers tend to be more user friendly with a drain and decent access. Wish more aftermarket coolers did the same.
I have the big series-1 setrab. I hook up a fill hose and flush it with fresh oil until I see clean come out the return side.
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I have the big series-1 setrab. I hook up a fill hose and flush it with fresh oil until I see clean come out the return side.
Iím guessing this requires disconnecting both lines from the adapter plate. I applaud your dedication. Iíd make a huge mess doing that.

I just run a version of the oem turbo engine cooler setup. Itís decently effective for my needs and it seems self draining.
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