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Old 04-29-2021, 06:38 PM   #1
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Oil cooler or JR Dual radiator

So I currently have the edelbrock supercharger and plan on purchasing either one of these. I know that the edelbrock kit requires an oil cooler that isnít mounted in front of the LTR so Iím leaning towards the Full Blown Motorsport or the GReddy oil cooler.

So my question is, which one will be better suit in keeping my engine oil cooler?
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Neither, because neither will fit without further modification.

JR DROC or Harrop oil cooler is the way to go.
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Neither, because neither will fit without further modification.

JR DROC or Harrop oil cooler is the way to go.
What are your thoughts on spending a few hundred extra for the:

JR Oil Cooler v2 + Koyo Rad

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JR DROC

for the purpose of regular spirited driving and couple track days a year?
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What are your thoughts on spending a few hundred extra for the:

JR Oil Cooler v2 + Koyo Rad

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JR DROC

for the purpose of regular spirited driving and couple track days a year?
The former won't work with a Edelbrock supercharger, so go with the latter.
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The former won't work with a Edelbrock supercharger, so go with the latter.
Edelbrock talk:

The fate of the universe on the line, the Martians have the death beam pointed at Earth, who do you go with?

JR DROC or Harrop Oil Cooler + Koyo Rad?
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Edelbrock talk:

The fate of the universe on the line, the Martians have the death beam pointed at Earth, who do you go with?

JR DROC or Harrop Oil Cooler + Koyo Rad?
Depends on the application and/or purpose of the car, but probably the latter for my own use case.

Is that your car on a track? In that case, also the latter.

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Edelbrock talk:

The fate of the universe on the line, the Martians have the death beam pointed at Earth, who do you go with?

JR DROC or Harrop Oil Cooler + Koyo Rad?
I go with Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum

Also just read through a massive thread that if you do not track/autocross regularly an oil cooler is not totally necessary. You are not going to heat the oil enough to drop pressure:

https://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66342
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