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Old 11-30-2014, 03:33 PM   #15
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General oil cooler question here: how do you drain the oil that is in the core and oil lines when you drain the oil pan during an oil change? Or is the amount negligible and simply just drain what's in the pan and then fill her up with new oil?

You could pump air in the line and try draining it, but typically you just do a regular oil change draining it from the oil pan. I could be wrong...
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General oil cooler question here: how do you drain the oil that is in the core and oil lines when you drain the oil pan during an oil change? Or is the amount negligible and simply just drain what's in the pan and then fill her up with new oil?
Just drain what's in the pan, and fill her up.

You'll be draining and filling the same amount in stock, a small amount remains in the oil cooler core that doesn't get drained, so you don't need to fill any extra.
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How much extra oil capacity does this add? I am going to be installing this shortly and just need to know if I need more than 6 quarts.

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How much extra oil capacity does this add? I am going to be installing this shortly and just need to know if I need more than 6 quarts.

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You'll need to top off about 1qt.
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So along with the s/c kit itself, which includes an intercooler and a single oil cooler, you also need to get second oil cooler? So you're running two total?
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So along with the s/c kit itself, which includes an intercooler and a single oil cooler, you also need to get second oil cooler? So you're running two total?
The included cooler cools the Rotrex (supercharger) fluid. This thread is for the engine oil cooler, which is independent of the supercharger system.

Not everyone who supercharges their car needs/wants an oil cooler.
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With the oil cooler I understand I need an additional 1qt, but what about when I change my oil? How do I get it out of the oil cooler? Use a pump or something? Or do I just let it drain what it can then fill up with 6 instead of 7qts?
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With the oil cooler I understand I need an additional 1qt, but what about when I change my oil? How do I get it out of the oil cooler? Use a pump or something? Or do I just let it drain what it can then fill up with 6 instead of 7qts?
Don't worry about it and just add ~5.5 liters of fresh oil. It's okay if you don't drain the cooler assuming you're changing the oil and filter every 3-5k miles.
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@CSG Mike @Jackson Racing one thing about the NA JR cooler that's been bothering me a bit is that my oil lines rest slightly on top of the front bumper beam in the recommended routing (and in fact, the only routing possible given length). Has anyone run into issues with this? I decided to give my hoses an inspection last week and noticed it had already started to strip the paint away from the bumper beam surface through abrasion.
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@CSG Mike @Jackson Racing one thing about the NA JR cooler that's been bothering me a bit is that my oil lines rest slightly on top of the front bumper beam in the recommended routing (and in fact, the only routing possible given length). Has anyone run into issues with this? I decided to give my hoses an inspection last week and noticed it had already started to strip the paint away from the bumper beam surface through abrasion.
That's intentional. Your impact beam protects the oil line from being exposed to worse things.
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That's intentional. Your impact beam protects the oil line from being exposed to worse things.
Agreed that it does help against other, sharp edges but curious what the lasting impact of the rubbing will be.
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